Play School

  • Activity-based learning
  • Experiential imparting of the world around them
  • Separate work and play times
  • Sand pits, gardening, insect observation, life of plants and trees and the life within
  • Sensory training – colour recognition, shape identification, concept grounding and unravelling the wholeness, elements of nature
  • Observation foundations – what happens and why; for example why are there earthworms? How does a cycle move? Why do birds chirp? How does the earth absorb water?
  • First steps into literacy – the alphabet, objects, colours, the moulding of the tongue and the diction
  • Early math – logic and literally putting two and two together
  • Language orientation
  • Story-telling, show-and-tell by conceptual understanding
  • Project mind-set and skills through activity and creative arts

Primary School

  • Inquiry-based learning
  • Ask them why – provoking the mind and the ability to question and find the answers on their own
  • Exploration leading to discovery, conceptual clarity and the basic understanding of concepts and patterns in the world
  • Why read, how to write and what to make out of the written word and the very concept of comprehension
  • What is a problem, how is it relevant, how to search for a solution, how a problem can have multiple solutions – problem solving as a mind-set
  • Experiential imparting of the world around them
  • Introduction to computer-based learning
  • Language by interest, not rote; Language capabilities spread across the gamut of reading, comprehension, writing and story telling
  • Numbers, calculations, graphic representations and progressively bringing in more concepts in math, science and the wondrous journey of physical and life sciences, social sciences and familiarising the student with basic concepts of history, geography and moral sciences
  • Life skills

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