The curriculum emphasizes the importance and connection of all living things, and the need for each person to find meaningful work and his or her own place in the world.

Children learn about other cultures, animals, insects, and plants, etc in addition to reading, language, and mathematical skills.

Children learn through hands-on techniques using concrete materials.

The curriculum is tied together in complementary ways. Toys and other developmentally appropriate learning materials are offered. Children are given opportunities to make decisions and choices.

Our early childhood curriculum is based on the following underpinnings:

DDevelopmentally Appropriate:

Our curriculum is planned in a manner that it is appropriate to children's developmental abilities and supports their physical, intellectual and Emotional development.

  • Social Devlopment : Address how children relate to others.
  • Physical Development :Includes growth in size, strength, motor skills and co-ordination.
  • Cognitive Development :Refers to how children think, process information, solve problems and use language to communicate.
  • Emotional Development :Relates to feelings about self and others.
BBrain Research:

Recent brain research has improved our understanding of how and when children learn best. The human brain is affected by experiences therefore children's learning changes the physical structure of their brain. Every appropriate sensorry motor experience that is provided to the child helps build brain connections.

Using this insight our curriculum provides different activities to practice new skills. The curriculum facilitates in creating rich experiences and positive interactions which affect learning, attention, memory and behavior in children.

MMultiple Intelligences:

Dr. Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences suggests that the traditional notion of intelligence based on I.Q. testing is limited. Intelligence is not singular; multiple intelligences can be identified and described. Our curriculum has been designed to provide experiences that activate the various intelligences.

The curriculum has an inbuilt Perceptual motor program that aims to engage children in a variety of physical activities and exercises to promote perception, gross and fines motor skills.