Pre Primary Level
We offer 4 years exciting learning programmes for children between ages 2 to 6. Our methodology is a combination of the Montessori method and the Kindergarten method.
The Montessori approach is a kinesthetic educational model based on learning through discovery; learning is highly individualized. This model directs children to improve concentration, self-motivation and self-discipline. The child's multiple senses are employed and the child is allowed to pursue his interests without interruption. The school also nurtures the tabula rasa within your child, teaching them moral values, Indian culture, hygiene and etiquette.
The kindergarten approach is more of a shared experience; the kids enter together as a group and learn together as a group. Children are involved in their own learning and link new ideas to their prior knowledge and share what they have learned. Since children learn best through the playful interaction of objects and people, we promote children's natural inquisitiveness in an environment that allows them to learn and progress at their own pace.
We offer a well-researched curriculum that invites the children to explore their world in multiple ways. Sensory stimulation is rich and triggers investigations. Curiosity and interest set the tone for self paced learning. Concepts are taught through activities, songs and games and a variety of hands-on experiences.
Learning is child-centric to focus on the unique interests, abilities, learning pace and style of each child. Each part of the program caters to the particular needs of the child at that age, giving him the skills necessary to complete the program successfully. We identify the areas in which the child might be lacking so that we can better assist him in meeting his educational needs in the future. Adjustment to a school is eased through a structured and predictable schedule that allows time for busy and quiet learning through key experiences in the following areas:
On receipt of the form, an interaction procedure with the Headmistress is scheduled. Parents and child are advised to be present over a Zoom call. Once the interaction gets over, Headmistress sends us a confirmation and we intimate the parents accordingly and ask them to submit the hard copy admission form and documents. Admin office sends the NEFT details to the parents and request the parents to pay the admission fees.
A child's sense of self in relation to the other is promoted through diverse activities like Yoga, Indian culture and Value education, Hygiene and etiquette, Health, Safety and Nutrition
Social / Emotional Growth
Building relationships through play, pair and share, participation in Large Group Activities like: Birthday Parties, Festivals, Observance of Special Days and Medium Group Activities like: Table Manners, Singing and Dance.
Collaboration, Curiosity and Creativity
Exploring objects using the five senses, Building, Role Play, Mixing colors, Scribbling across a black board, Art and craft activities, Painting and Shaping objects are a great way to encourage new way of thinking, creating and communicating with images as well as words.
Music and Movement
Music and movement help the child to have longer attention spans, which helps to improve the listening abilities and the development of language and vocabulary skills.
Kids are never too young to start learning math skills. Our math program allows hands on exploration, active investigation and the use of manipulation. It includes counting, sorting, and working with puzzles that are important first steps to a solid learning.
It is important for children to maintain an active lifestyle by engaging in physical exercises. We believe that "Constructive" play is a powerful learning tool that enhances Gross Motor skills and should be valued. The curriculum includes daily supervised play activities like Climbing@ rock wall; Jumping@ Trampoline; Sand play; Fun@ splash pool
Communication and Expression
Reading is the foundation of all learning. We have a range of exciting activities to help children acquire pre-reading and reading skills, which include Letter Recognition & Sounds, Literature Based and Language Arts Activities, Printing Letters, Names Beginning, and Blending/Sounding-out Skills.
Since children learn best through direct experiences, visits to Parks, Departmental Stores, Fire Station, Post Office and such are planned regularly.
At the pre primary level there are four different age groups