Curriculum

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Curriculum

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  • The curriculum is completely child-centric curriculum where the child is given the individual time, freedom, independence and choice to explore and learn.
  • We believe that since the child has enormous ability to absorb and learn during this period, he/she needs to be exposed to a "Structured" environment where they are exposed to a variety of concepts.
  • Project method of learning takes place in all classes where in learning is made easy and enjoyable by introducing various topics.
  • Right from Nursery, slots are earmarked to language development, Phonics awareness, and mathematical and scientific abilities.
  • The reading curriculum helps preschoolers learn, understand and use a wide variety of new words. They learn to read and write and can identify sounds.
  • The math curriculum for preschool includes teaching the little ones to count, measure, identify and create patterns, use number and word symbol
  • There is reading time where children are exposed to quality books. Every class has its own reading corner. Children of Senior KG are exposed to computer wherein children are briefed and oriented about the basic fundamentals of computers.
  • Shloka Recitation is a part of the school curriculum right from Nursery class.
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