"Children learn as they play. Most importantly, in play, children learn how to learn.”
Early childhood is the stage where children are curious about everything they see, open-minded and are bundled with new thoughts and ideas. This stage is perfect to trigger their quest for learning and engage them in intriguing activities to stimulate their senses.
The curriculum for Pre-Primary is designed with relevant levels of thinking and inquiry, to create an ardour for learning. It lays emphasis on a child's natural, psychological, physical and social development. Students learn concepts while working on various materials (sand, paper, colours etc.,), instead of the traditional way of instruction.
The focus is on self-expression and learning is imparted through playing, singing, show and tell, drawing, writing, social interaction etc.
English, Mathematics, Environmental Science and Hindi/ Telugu as Second Language (only in PP2) are the subjects taught in Pre-Primary. Worksheets are prepared for various concepts and learning is evaluated in a continuous and in a comprehensive manner. Assessment at this level will be based on the child’s regular interaction in the class, the quality of work produced, levels of general awareness and learning outcomes throughout the year.