Kindergarten 1 and 2
(From Age 2.5-4.5 by September 1st)
To develop each pupils interests, confidence, self-esteem and social skills through a warm, friendly and conducive learning atmosphere.
Parents/guardians can bring their wards to school from 06:30 a.m. with morning devotion at 08:00 a.m. and class activities beginning at 08:30 a.m. Break time: 10:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Closing time for Kindergarten 1-2 is 01:30 p.m. Parents/ can pick up their wards from their class between 01:30-03:30 p.m.
Children that are not picked after 03:30 p.m. will wait at Head Teachers office till Close of work by 04:00 p.m. Parents/guardians will be contacted after 03:00 p.m. to pick their ward. Ensure that your emergency contact records in the school are up to date.
Special Activities of the Year
Special music & drama sessions
A visit to the school’s Art museum
Class birthday parties
End of session parties
What makes us special
Committed, hardworking and dedicated teachers and class assistants
Spacious, well ventilated and adequately equipped classrooms
Appropriate visual & audio learning aids
Art museum for exploratory arts
National and international curricula
Well equipped library, sick bay, science lab, art room, music theatre and playground
A visit to some places of interest (field day)
To stimulate learning with a creative mind and intellectual curiosity that will help the child develop to his/her full potential through a multi-dimensional/multi- sensory approach under the following headings:
Fine motor skills
To develop writing skills through activities such as picking and stacking of objects of various sizes, counting of beads on strings, pincer / palmer grasp, cutting with scissors, etc.
Gross motor skills
Exercises like jumping, running, brisk walking, kicking, hopping, skipping, dancing and various other body movements are encouraged for physical fitness.
Helps develop creativity in each child through dancing, demonstration/drama, singing, poem / rhyme recitation and other artistic display, construction of various objects like kites, paper boats, etc.
Team work/social skills
Friendship is harnessed and the child is better able to play cooperatively, carryout assigned tasks, obey instructions and take turns. It also develops their ability to share and interact well with other children.
Self help skills
To develop independence and maturity by demonstrating or actually performing tasks such as combing the hair, brushing the teeth, dressing up, washing hands, blowing the nose, eating their lunch, etc.
Introducing mathematical concept & qualitative / quantitative reasoning through activities like grouping, pairing, matching, patterning, numbering, etc.
Speech and language
To help the child develop vocabulary by reciting the alphabets, using them to form words, reading and listening sessions, eye / hand coordination, storytelling, visual / audio aids, etc.
Elementary science / discovery
Animals, insects, plants and objects found in the classroom, playground, at home, etc can be used to stimulate scientific discovery.
The basic morals of life are taught.