Approach: Children maintain good health and wellbeing. This approach highlights the different aspects of the socio-emotinal and physical-motor development of the children. These aspects include the development of self concept, self control, social skills, eye hand coordination, and refinement of gross-motor and fine motor skills. It also provides orientation to health, nutrition, hygiene and safety of the children.
In the initial years, the child's brain undergoes major development at a rapid pace. With an aim to incorporate maximum learning at this stage, we have constructed a unique curriculum for our Early years Program (EYP) students of Nursery to class II. The tiny tots of our EYP classes hold enormous talent waiting to be sparked through just the right push that they need curiosity and independent thinking in the classrooms. Each child is motivated to ask questions and experience the learning first hand. Our multi-sensory learning approach looks after the overall development of the child.
- Our teaching methodology is a combination of international teaching methods and basic concepts of traditional values. Each classroom has its own learning culture encouraging creative and application-based learning.
- The Transition period from EYP to Primary is very challenging for a child. To ease this process we have included Class I & II in Early Years Program, where a child can make use of his EYP skills in Primary classes. This ensures each student in Early Year Program instills a habit of learning the basic concepts of each subject.
- Young minds are easily impressionable which is why we intend to make them comfortable in stepping out of their comfort zones to learn and prosper.