To ensure all-round development, we focus on six areas of learning:
- Personal, social and emotional development
- Language and literacy knowledge
- Mathematical understanding
- Knowledge and understanding of the world
- Physical development
- Creative development
Play Group » 1½-2 Year
Our play group children explore their immediate environment and also get to know themselves better. They have fun with art, discover basic shapes, explore different colors, sing simple songs and learn how to move to a rhythm, listen to short stories and, of course, make friends at class. The pre-school environment is designed to provide learning spaces catering to various interest areas and specific kinds of play, for e.g. book corner, art space and sand and water play area.
Nursery » 2-3 Year
Our Nursery children explore their surroundings and people around them. They acquaint themselves with materials with different grips, they identify a larger number of shapes and colors as well as letters and numbers, they learn about patterns and other creative designs, they are exposed to a higher level of creative movement and storytelling, and they enjoy a sense of independency through self-help tasks. Our curriculum is built around teacher and child initiated learning activities where both are active partners in the learning process.
K.G.I » 3-4 Year
Our K.G.I children expand their explorations from the school to the neighborhood and beyond. They ask and answer questions, solve problems and interact with other children and adults as they pursue their choices and plans. They can read, write and converse in English, they move with greater control over their body, they familiarize themselves with complex shapes, patterns, shades in colors, they learn about time and weather, they start to apply their imagination to creative writing, they can measure and understand the different forms of comparison. Children are introduced to numeracy and literacy at this level.
K.G.II » 4-5 Year
Our K.G.II children are motivated and well equipped to face the challenges of formal schooling system. They are healthy, caring individuals, good communicators, independent thinkers, lifelong learners and global citizens. They explore their environment in depth. Their reading, writing and communication skills improve. They are engaged in simple logical thinking and problem solving exercises. They are aware of safety precautions as well as the health and hygiene standards. Teachers give children a sense of control over the events of the day by planning a predictable yet flexible daily routine. They assess each child's progress and plan educational experiences that will encourage further learning.