English Curriculum

Letterland is a unique, phonics-based approach to teaching reading, writing and spelling to 3 to 8 year olds. The songs and letter sounds will be introduced to children from 18 months and onwards for early exposure to Letterland family. The Letterland characters transform plain black letter shapes into child-friendly pictograms and they all live in an imaginary place called Letterland. Simple stories about the Letterland characters explain the full range of dry phonics facts so that children are motivated to listen, to think and to learn. These stories explain letter sounds & shapes, allowing children to progress quickly to word building reading and writing.

Growing with Mathematics is designed to meet the needs of children in learning math in their early years. The range of components supports a balanced approach for both concept and skill development. These components feature real-world situations that stimulate student’s interest and involvement in mathematics.

Niche – Visual Arts. Imagine a world without Picasso or Michelangelo or evenEric Carle the famous children story book author and illustrator who gave us the “The Very Hungry Caterpillar. The world would have lost the beautiful work of arts we have now. We believe there are many children with artistic talents and the opportunity to pursue their strength &should be recognized and cultivated from young.

The Reggio Emilia Approach is an educational philosophy focused on primary education . It was developed by Loris Malaguzzi who was a teacher himself, living in Reggio Emilia in Italy after World War II.

The Learning Centre is filled with an unending variety of things related to science and nature. Books related to weather, insects, seasons, flowers and plants, seeds, animals, rocks, age-appropriate experiments, etc… are important in this centre. Small containers and jars to hold collections of items that the children may find outside is available for things like rocks, leaves, pinecones, seeds, flowers, plants, fruits and some other animals, like ladybugs and other insects (real or rubber toys). Tools such as magnifying glasses, binoculars, eye-droppers, microscopes and kaleidoscopes, mirrors and magnets, as well as paper and pencils help children explore the items they have collected / placed.

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