Ten tiny fingers, that always want to play,
That never stop exploring that wonder of today,
Ten tiny fingers, that from the very start,
Will reach out for tomorrow yet always hold your heart.
Curriculum is designed to provide a base for decision regarding the selection, structuring and sequencing of the educational experiences.
Research shows that learning is an integrated process, and that theme-based education is beneficial in several ways.
The brain is complex because it is not a homogenous organ but a highly inter-related and integrated organ. Hence an integrated curriculum is an ideal way to teach young minds to learn naturally. Their experiences will be more meaningful and make connections to the big world we live in.
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Hence our Curriculum is an amalgamation of all the best practices in Early Childhood Education. We tailor learning experiences to differentiate among the individual needs of children in the classroom, based on different learning styles: visual, auditory and kinesthetic. 
The key benefit of an integrated curriculum is the ability for children to see skills, multiple times. Teaching comprehension strategies in multiple disciplines can give children an opportunity to see and implement it more often. The reinforcement of skills being taught creates a higher level of understanding and retention of information.
Our school incorporates monthly thematic approach to aid holistic learning. Themes like Mesmerising Mumbai, Incredible Insects, Exotic Earth, and many more such themes creates awareness about environment, culture and increases the sense of responsibility and belongingness.
An open environment in the school, young children not only excel in language and cognitive learning but also develop their physical, Socio-emotional skill by promoting independence, curiosity, decision-making, cooperation, persistence, creativity, and problem solving skills — the fundamental skills that help determine success in adult life.
By following structured daily routine like Circle time, Weather chart, Snack time and many other activities as per the day schedule, they learn abstract concepts like time management in a very concrete manner. Considering the importance of multilingualism, in today’s era we lay emphasis on English, and to stay rooted with Indian culture we give them exposure to Hindi and Sanskrit too.
To lay emphasis on physical activities in today’s sedentary, gadget dependent lifestyle we integrate Yoga, Gymnastics and Get –Set –Go in our daily routine. Art and visual expression activities foster creativity in children.
We provide hands on learning experiences and believe in Active learning approach. This invariably works as scaffolding, to develop child’s personalities and enable them to face the challenges of the modern world.
The developmentally appropriate practises ensure that child is following his own learning curve. Each child’s uniqueness and individuality is valued and nurtured. . Ultimately, the use of thematic units helps young children achieve higher levels of learning.
  • Methodology
  • Class room layout
  • Daily Routine
  • Assessment
Good teaching methodology is more giving of right questions than a giving of right answer.
The process of learning is given importance rather than the outcome. We ignite child’s thought processes by giving objects to smell, touch, see, taste, explore (tactile) every day.
Our activities are child-centred. Lot of child initiated activities are encouraged and lot of open ended activities sculptures, messy play, clay modelling and observational drawing, are given to children. This not only helps them to build confidence but also boost their esteem.
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In synchrony to “one world one family “ we instil the sense of togetherness in our little minds, by celebrating national and regional festivals in traditional way and special days like Mud puddle day, Ozone Day, World Doctors Day. During project based events like Art Mela, Math Mela, and Science day children participate in small- and large-group activities. To imbibe team spirit and true sportsmanship every child participates in a very unique and extravagant Sports Day.
Teacher is a facilitator, leads to higher achievement, while promoting both team and class building. They learn actively by having hands-on experiences with their surroundings, and learning is supported through consistent daily routines and well-organized classrooms by inculcating activities, such as building blocks, puzzles, clay, and dramatic play.-------
Children acquire discipline, responsibility and independence, by adhering to classroom agreements, made in consensus with both teacher and students. In contrast to the traditional teaching of subjects in isolation, we believe in cross - curriculum teaching, that is integrating multiple subjects simultaneously. It helps students go much deeper in learning concepts and skills.
Class room layout
The environment is ergonomically designed to seamlessly merge with the curriculum and take the learning process forward. The indoor environment is divided into interest based ‘Learning Centers’, with visually appealing and informative bulletin boards, weather chart, and children activity boards. Each classroom has a projector and a projector screen to assist visual and auditory learners. While the verdant outdoor space offers multiple opportunities to engage in play and connect with nature with sand pit, water pool, garden, playstation with child friendly synthetic surface.
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Teaching is not just confined to classroom but extended to serve naturalistic and kinaesthetic and visual learning. We bring children close to nature during outdoor activities like story-telling, painting, exploration of insects, nature, walks, water wall, experiencing rains, games and music and movement.
The infrastructure of school is well planned according to the needs and convenience of the child. Classrooms are spacious and child friendly.
Materials are arranged in consistent places and the shelves are tagged with child-friendly labels so that children can get out and put away materials themselves.
Each child is provided with cubbies and the classroom's organization also helps children to be independent and understand how the world is organized, and concepts like more, less, same, different, large, and small, in, out, etc. can be instilled.
Safe, durable and age-appropriate portable furniture provide effective usage of space. To inculcate good reading habits and love for books each classroom has its own open library.
Resource room is divided into interest areas stocked with a stimulating range of materials designed for specific types of play, for example, kitchen area, art area, and block area, puppet theatre, reading and writing area
Daily Routine
There is a framework for the day that provides a balanced variety of experiences and learning opportunities.
Following a consistent routine day after day reinforces children the sense of security they need to make choices and take risks, which opens the door to exciting learning opportunities.
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The following components are always included in the routine, although the length and order of the segments can vary.
A typical day may consist of the following: Morning meetings, free play, circle time, art projects, creative expressions, sand and water play, blocks, books, games, puzzle, exploration and other activities.
Assessments in the school are an on-going process conducted throughout the year in a non-threatening environment. The assessments are developmentally appropriate and based on child’s individual ability and pace.
Daily observations provide teachers with valuable and practical information to understand and plan for the developmental needs of the child. These observation records are maintained for three years.
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Various concerns and progress of child is well communicated during interaction with parents (IWP).We provide detailed progress report with developmental profile of each child covering all the different areas of development and learning.
Individual child’s progress is supported with portfolios which include evidence of child’s samples work of written and creative work, photographs of child participation in all the activities, children's story narrations and anecdotes are also recorded verbatim.
Teachers match assignments to readiness levels, offering appropriate intervention or extension activities as required.