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Nursery

If your child is 3 years of age, nursery is where they belong. It’s 12 months of wholesome learning, peppered with vacations and holidays. The curriculum is comprised of oral and written exercises, involving English (Aa – Zz), Numbers ( 1 to 50) and a glimpse into My World – a host of activities tailored to resonate with holistic development of life skills, values, habits and etiquette.

NURSERY (03 – 04 YEARS)

WHAT WILL YOUR CHILD LEARN?

Sensory & Perceptual Development

  • Is able to build a tower with 4-8 blocks.
  • Is able to distinguish the genders.
  • Is able to string the beads into the string.
  • Understands heavy/soft and makes appropriate facial expressions.
  • Stacks blocks, group items by category, or size and places objects in the proper place
  • Holds the scissors properly and can exert the right pressure.
  • Understands the concepts of heavy/light; smells; hard and soft; in and out; basic shapes; family.

Cognitive Development

  • Is able to imitate familiar or recent experiences in play (e.g. teddy goes to the doctor) with the actions being repetitive.
  • Is able to understand the purpose of numbers for counting objects, correct sequence of an activity, and concept of counting.
  • Tries to remember parts of a story; familiar colours; identifies the missing numbers; points out above/below; loud/soft.
  • Correctly identifies the letters for example-J,O,Q,U even if written in a random manner.
  • Is able to recite the rhymes with actions.

Physical & Motor Development

  • Is able to move the hand and , body, and legs in co-ordination
    Is able to hold the pencil and exert the correct pressure to write.
  • Is able to throw a ball, and attempts to catch one, with both hands.
  • Actively participates in physical education
  • Has an overall better balance in everything they do, including walking, running and everything that they do.
  • Is able to colour in one direction for some time.
  • Catches a bounced ball most of the time with both hands.

Language Development

  • Is able to name pictures / objects when asked with clear words; name the parts of the body; say their own name.
  • Asks ‘wh’ questions, like ‘why’, to be able to get more information about things
  • Tries to express in a single sentence while looking at the picture reading pages done
  • Tries to express about own self in broken sentences.
  • Makes up own stories a, seeing the pictures.
  • Demonstrates oral expression.

Personal, Social & Emotional Development

  • Helps around the house with very simple tasks.
  • Gradually, becoming more independent
  • Tries to find simple ways to solve arguments and disagreements while playing
  • Shows (may be by not name) a variety of emotions beyond happy, mad or sad.
  • Shows sense of humour; exhibits self-control; shares toy with others; learns to wait patiently in the queue.
  • Very conscious about own dress and personal cleanliness.

Creative Development

  • Likes to colour and does it within the outline
  • Is able to sing to the tune of their favourite song.
  • Shows interest in making the take always/ crafts.
  • Is able to dance in co-ordination
  • Shows a preference for favourite colours and styles of art ( e.g. child chooses orange marker or paint at nearly every artistic opportunity.)
  • Readily participates in decorations.

Spiritual & Moral Development

  • Is able to understand and feel sorry, doing something wrong; Shows love and care towards youngers
  • Listens attentively to the moral stories, mythological stories
  • Is very honest and speaks the truth even if a mistake has been committed; shows reverence and respect; Understands not to touch others belongingness.
  • Understand what is wrong/right to do.
  • Participates in all festivals, events, says prayer and shows respect to God.
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Junior KG

Prepare your child for formal schooling, right at the Junior KG level – crafted for the benefit of 4 year olds. Your child will be exposed to the world of three letter words, fluent communication in English and numerical puzzles. They participate actively in socio-cultural activities and are encouraged to think independently. Higher Order Thinking Skills, Sight Words. Mental Maths and Story Telling are our key areas of focus.

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JUNIOR KG (04 – 05 YEARS)

WHAT WILL YOUR CHILD LEARN?

Sensory & Perceptual Development

  • Is able to distinguish the genders; good and bad.
  • Stacks blocks, group items by category, or size and places objects in the proper place.
  • Holds the scissors properly and can exert the right pressure.
  • Understands the concepts of heavy/light; smells; hard and soft; in and out; basic shapes; family.
  • They are able match and name the shapes with the related 3D shapes of everyday objects.
  • Forms letters and numbers in the correct formation.
  • They now seem to be more organised in work/play space (not always losing things).
  • They are now able to coordinate their hand properly while brushing their teeth/combing hair.

Cognitive Development

  • Is able to imitate familiar or recent experiences in play (e.g. teddy goes to the doctor) with the actions being repetitive.
  • Is able to understand the purpose of numbers for counting objects, correct sequence of an activity, and concept of counting.
  • Tries to remember parts of a story; familiar colours; identifies the missing numbers; points out above/below; loud/soft.
  • Is able to recite the rhymes with actions.
  • Is able to use “why?” and “how?” questions.
  • Is able to say sight words; words from different word families.
  • Understand the value of money; time; various positions of an object.

Physical & Motor Development

  • Actively participates in physical education
  • Has an overall better balance in everything they do, including walking, running and everything that they do.
  • They are now confident at climbing, sliding, swinging and dancing and get a lot of enjoyment out of being active.
  • Is able to throw a ball, bend forward, climb up and down; tries to balance.
  • They are able to make geometric patterns like : Squares, circles, triangles etc.

Language Development

  • Is able to name pictures / objects when asked with clear words; say their own name in full sentences.
  • Asks ‘wh’ questions, like ‘why’, to be able to get more information about things.
  • Tries to express in two or three sentences while looking at the picture reading pages done.
  • Tries to express about own self in complete sentences.
  • Makes up own stories a, seeing the pictures.
  • Demonstrates oral expression.
  • Can communicate properly about needs and requirements in sentences.

Personal, Social & Emotional Development

  • Helps around the house with very simple tasks.
  • Gradually, becoming more independent.
  • Tries to find simple ways to solve arguments and disagreements while playing.
  • Shows (may be by not name) a variety of emotions beyond happy, mad or sad.
  • Shows sense of humour; exhibits self-control; shares toy with others; learns to wait patiently in the queue.
  • Very conscious about own dress and personal cleanliness.
  • Is aware about good touch and bad touch.

Creative Development

  • Likes to draw and colour and does it within the outline.
  • Is able to sing to the tune of their favourite song.
  • Shows interest in making the take aways/ crafts.
  • Is able to dance in co-ordination.
  • Shows a preference for favourite colours and styles of art ( e.g. child chooses orange marker or paint at nearly every artistic opportunity.)
  • Readily participates in decorations.
  • Love to listen to stories and make stories of their own.

Spiritual & Moral Development

  • Is able to understand and feel sorry, doing something wrong; Shows love and care towards youngers.
  • Listens attentively to the moral stories, mythological stories.
  • Is very honest and speaks the truth even if a mistake has been committed; shows reverence and respect; Understands not to touch others belongingness.
  • Understand what wrong/right to do is.
  • Participates in all festivals, events, says prayer and shows respect to God.
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Senior KG

If your ward is 5 years old, they are eligible for the Senior KG programme. Our curriculum has been designed to enable a smooth transition to class 1, no matter where you enrol your child. We have a fun and interactive world of four letter words, short sentences, cursive writing and social skills waiting to be explored. This is the age of large numbers, simple addition, subtraction and multiplication.

SENIOR KG (05 – 06 YEARS)

WHAT WILL YOUR CHILD LEARN?

Sensory & Perceptual Development

  • Is able to distinguish the genders; good and bad.
  • Stacks blocks, group items by category, or size and places objects in the proper place.
  • Holds the scissors properly and can exert the right pressure.
  • Understands the concepts of heavy/light; smells; hard and soft; in and out; basic shapes; family.
  • They are able match and name the shapes with the related 3D shapes of everyday objects.
  • Forms words and sentences in the correct formation.
  • They now seem to be more organised in work/play space (not always losing things).
  • They are now able to coordinate their hand properly while brushing their teeth/combing hair.
  • They show eagerness to learn new skills and accomplish tasks.
  • Understand the concept of direction-left or right.

Cognitive Development

  • Is able to imitate familiar or recent experiences in play (e.g. teddy goes to the doctor) with the actions being repetitive.
  • Is able to understand the purpose of numbers for counting objects, correct sequence of an activity, and concept of counting.
  • Tries independently remember parts of a story; familiar colours; identifies the missing numbers; points out above/below; loud/soft.
  • Is able to recite the rhymes with actions.
  • Is able to use “why?” and “how?” questions.
  • Is able to say sight words; words from different word families.
  • Can independently solve puzzles, numbers.
  • Understand the value of money; time; various positions of an object.

Physical & Motor Development

  • Actively participates in physical education
  • Has an overall better balance in everything they do, including walking, running and everything that they do.
  • They are now confident at climbing, sliding, swinging and dancing and get a lot of enjoyment out of being active.
  • Is able to throw and catch a ball, bend forward, climb up and down; tries to balance.
  • They are able to make geometric patterns like: Squares, circles, triangles etc.
  • Can ride a bicycle.
  • Can enjoy aerobics.

Language Development

  • They are able to write simple words without help; is curious to learn new words and sentences.
  • Asks ‘wh’ questions, like ‘why’, to be able to get more information about things.
  • Tries to express in five or six sentences while looking at the picture reading pages done.
  • Tries to express about own self in complete sentences.
  • Makes up own stories a, seeing the pictures.
  • Demonstrates oral expression.
  • Can communicate properly about needs and requirements in sentences.

Personal, Social & Emotional Development

  • Helps around the house with very simple tasks.
  • Gradually, becoming more independent.
  • Tries to find simple ways to solve arguments and disagreements while playing.
  • Shows (may be by not name) a variety of emotions beyond happy, mad or sad.
  • Shows sense of humour; exhibits self-control; shares toy with others; learns to wait patiently in the queue.
  • Very conscious about own dress and personal cleanliness.
  • Is aware about good touch and bad touch.
  • Shows good habits and good manners.

Creative Development

  • Likes to draw and colour and does it within the outline.
  • Is able to sing perfectly to the tune of their favourite song.
  • Shows interest in making the take aways/ crafts.
  • Is able to dance in co-ordination.
  • Shows a preference for favourite colours and styles of art ( e.g. child chooses orange marker or paint at nearly every artistic opportunity.)
  • Readily participates in decorations.
  • Love to listen to stories and make stories of their own.

Spiritual & Moral Development

  • Is able to understand and feel sorry, doing something wrong; Shows love and care towards youngers.
  • Listens attentively to the moral stories, mythological stories.
  • Is very honest and speaks the truth even if a mistake has been committed; shows reverence and respect; Understands not to touch others belongingness.
  • Understand what wrong/right to do is.
  • Participates in all festivals, events, says prayer and shows respect to God.
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