Curriculum

Our pre-school curriculum is based on a learning theory called “Constructivism– a ‘hands on, minds on’ theory – focusing on experiential learning.

We have designed a child-centric curriculum, which emphasizes on the Seven Domains of Learning:

  • Physical Development
  • Mathematical Understanding
  • Language and Literacy
  • EVS /Concepts
  • Personality and Social Development
  • Creative Development
  • Music and Movement

Benefits of Our Curriculum

  • Constructivism & Multiple Intelligence concentrates on learning how to think and understand, so children don’t rely on repetitive memorization.
  • Children create organizing principles which they can take with them to other learning systems, as the skills acquired through a constructivist approach are transferable. This is because engaging children’s creative instincts develops their ability to express knowledge through a variety of ways.
  • By ground learning activities in an authentic, real-world context, constructivism stimulates and engages children to learn to question things and apply their natural curiosity to the world.
  • Constructivism promotes social and communication skills by creating a classroom environment that emphasizes collaboration and exchange of ideas, which helps children to learn and articulate their views.
  • Children learn to effectively work as individuals as well as in groups.

Specialized Learning Centres

Tender Feet (Toddlers) Tiny tots hopping and smiling in their classroom stamp their signature smiles and baby steps. Keenly learning and exploring.
Junior Lamps (Nursery) The Nurseries have ignited a constructive & inquisitive mind of their own. Happily and cheerfully mingling with their mentor and peers.
Smart Kids (PP I) A young constructive mind with good cognitive development and great motor skills enjoy their hands on minds on approach learning technique.
Master Minds (PP II) The genius in the making, are ready to take on the world as disciplined learners.

All classrooms are arranged as ‘learning centers’, with well-defined spaces, which are conducive for:

  • Exploring and experimenting
  • Problem solving
  • Decision Making
  • Role Playing
  • Imaginative use
  • Discovering their personal interests

The different kinds of activities that are done in these learning-centres include:

  • Building and Construction
  • Role Play
  • Art
  • Writing
  • Mathematics and Science
  • Reading and Listening
  • Music
  • Sensory Play
Enquire Now