Teaching Methodology

We've got this gift of love, but love is like a precious plant. You can't just accept it and leave it in the cupboard or just think it's going to get on by itself. You've got to keep watering it. You've got to really look after it and nurture it - Jenny Jennifer

Here the plant or sapling refers to the small little child who is just over three years old and has stepped outside his/her home for the first time.

These saplings have now been given to our experienced teachers who are appropriately called mother teachers to nurture them.

We aim to provide a creative environment, which is both stimulating and challenging. Children learn best through doing and we give ample opportunities to explore experiment and discover.

Our school incorporates an integrated curriculum that promotes learning primarily through music, art, dance, field trips, outdoor play and adventure.

The learning and development of the child is not just confined to the internal setting of the kindergarten but is extended to the large and safe outdoor play area. We view the external environment as another classroom. This allows children to explore their surroundings and exercise their imagination.

Here are some of the ways which we follow –

We actively encourage the peer-based method of learning. Each child is allowed to follow his/her own pace of development and there is no intervention in the learning process, unless necessary. The focus is on providing fun-filled education to the children. Our aim is to ensure that the child interacts socially with other children and develops the quality of working in a group. We concentrate on all round development of the child.

Our school believes that children must be educated through activities that they enjoy, like playtime for example. The play-role method of teaching deploys interactive sessions like storytelling, guidance based play activities and activity driven exercises. But it is not all about play-learning all the time, there are regular stretches where the children are encouraged to indulge in free-play activities as well.

To sum up:

  • Learning is made interesting, fun and activity - oriented at this level.
  • Participation of the students is encouraged through activities such as drawing and colouring, writing, group games, clay modelling, puzzles, flash cards and conversations.
  • Poems and stories are dramatized using expressive actions.
  • Focus is on developing communication skills and on reinforcing an innate sense of discovery in everything that is taught.
  • Children learn to comprehend through a multi-sensory approach as concepts are made clear with the use of multimedia.
  • Nature walks and regular educational tours develop a sense of openness towards the outside world.

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8:45 AM – 5:00 PM
04144 - 291234 / 292233
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