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Our Educational Programs
Our warm and nurturing Play class environment provides young children with the stability to develop confidence and independence. A play class is the first step of schooling a child must take on his road to formal education. Play classes generally admit children three years of age. The ambience at an educational institution, like play class, would be new to a child, so play class takes ample measures to make a child feel at ease. Although the purpose of a nursery is to impart education, it is found that their style of teaching could be more education oriented. Instead, nurseries focus on making children learn while they play, as this act instils personality traits like curiosity and hunger for knowledge. The breadth of opportunities and activities introduces them to the fun and adventure that awaits them as they start their learning journey. Here in KJKG, our curriculum comprises Montessori and traditional playschool methods.
When a child starts Junior Kindergarten, formal education can be said to have started, emphasising writing, speaking and standard mathematics. We strongly believe that expressing their thoughts and ideas on paper motivates children to learn more. We aim to help each student become an Inquirer. Kindergarten is the first part of compulsory education, and children must go through this stage to be eligible for primary education. Kindergarten education forms the basis for further instruction, and here children are taught using a combination of play and structured education methods. In the lower kindergarten, the main emphasis is on physical, intellectual and linguistic growth. Emotional and social learning also takes place at this level. Children are encouraged to be active and can verbalise their feelings and impressions of everything around them. Most activities during the kindergarten stage are designed to provide a semblance of confidence and help children interact better. The skills acquired at this stage are transferable to the UKG level.
The upper kindergarten stage is a more controlled and structured environment; children can advance skills acquired at the previous level. Children learn to read and write, and the methods used are innovative. Importance is given to phonetics and vocabulary during this period of education. Specific learning and teaching methods are available for this age group. The approach used during this period is usually child-centric. Children's attention span is limited, and our school focuses on this aspect during the Upper Kindergarten stage. The concepts learned during the kindergarten stage of education are directly transferable to the first stage of primary education.