Foundation Stage

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Home away from Home-Our Vibrant Pre Primary
  • Adheres to the National Curriculum Framework 2005 (NCF 2005) and the CBSE Curriculum.
  • Classroom experiences of children aimed at acquiring deeper learning skills, conceptual
    understanding, life skills and attitude.
  • Student centric learning
  • Activity based learning
  • Experiential learning
  • Interactive learning
  • Joyful learning
  • Play, learn and explore
  • Activities to inculcate manners and etiquettes
  • Activities to enforce positive self esteem
  • Instilling the spirit of sharing, cooperation and teamwork through group activities
  • Learning to follow simple directions and to communicate wants and needs
  • All-weather splash pool and rain shower facility for our tiny tots to have fun with water and take
    their first steps towards swimming
  • Development of multiple skills in children through a Language Lab, Skating arena, fun filled toy
    room and an Amphitheatre
Pre Primary
  • Thematic Learning In KG (year 4+) programme, the child is introduced to the main four subjects
    with a theme based approach.
  • Simplified supportive structure for the interlinked subjects to enable the learning naturally by
    involving  students’ participation
  • ‘Thematic Learning’ approach
  • Play, Learn and Explore
  • Experiential learning
  • Student centric programme focusing on holistic development of students.
  • Innovative teaching techniques – Activities based on a stimulating play environment for
    cognitive, intellectual, emotional, language, physical and social development of the children.
  • Environmental education – making sense of the world around
  • Observational learning
  • Activities based on problem solving, thinking, reasoning
  • Language enhancement activities – reading, oratory, handwriting, listening, vocabulary,
    sentence formation.
  • Peer learning, group-discussion activities
  • Catering to the needs of 21st century skills – Analytical thinking, critical thinking, Scientific
  • Circle Time, guided activities, outdoor play
  • Dough play, sand play, water play, legos, water colours, puzzles, puppets, play kits, literacy
    games, interactive book reading strategies
  • Field trips, school visits
  • Scaffolding to promote the 7 R’s i.e. reading, writing, arithmetic, responsibilities, rights,
    relationships and recreation
  • Grand Parents Day
  • Christmas Day
  • Informal examination system- oral, visual and active techniques to assess the learners’ prior
    knowledge, monitor progress or provide feedback.
  • Formative assessments to check the cognitive, social-emotional and physical development of
    their students throughout the year.
  • Worksheets on regular basis and parents are provided feedback to support the child’s learning.