The toddler years are a time of great cognitive, emotional and social development. Toddlers program focuses on the social, language and physical skill development through stories, rhymes and activities. The program has been designed based on the developmental milestones of the respective age group.
Through cognitive, psychosocial and physical development-based learning, children in the nursery are encouraged to explore the environment and verbally communicate with others and listen to and follow the instructions. Children in this grade/level will learn how the world around them works through play and communication and collaborative activities. Readiness activities for language and math such as reading, tracing counting, recognition etc are planned in a play-way method ensuring learning outcomes are met.
The curriculum in this level prepares children academically, and builds a kids' confidence, social and emotional skills, and self-esteem and lays a strong foundation for children’s intellectual development that will help them through their following years. They are also introduced to opportunities to work with peers and participate in group activities. The curriculum focuses on basic skills of literacy and numeracy and contains structured pre-determined activities for achieving related objectives that support a child's holistic development.
Focuses on the transition from preschool to primary school. The curriculum ensures a smooth transition to formal schooling with integrated and progressive learning experiences. The curriculum contains content and activities which prepare the child for formal school. Children get introduced words, sentences and paragraphs reading and writing in English along with pre number and number concepts, stories, rhymes and general awareness concepts through research-based pedagogy to ensure learning outcomes.