The six areas of learning are further defined by ‘learning objectives’ that progress like stepping stones every week. Starting from age-appropriate simple objectives, children will progress through various levels of challenges to achieve learning progressively. These objectives ensure that the learning development for each child and knowledge goals are met. The ‘learning objectives’ also form the basis of assessments for each child’s progress which is relayed as feedback to parents.
The process of learning is experiential and enquiry-based. We believe that any kind of learning should be the outcome of the actual experience. Curiosity is encouraged and learning is always a fun-filled activity through an exploratory process. The curriculum is divided into ‘themes’ which are carried across learning areas. Concepts are brought alive through auditory, visual and kinesthetic experiences that include activities, field trips and constant interaction.