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A perfect start to Your child’s education Culture Club does it the right way.Shree Jain, ParentPosted on Facebook
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CC is helping me raise my daughter in a way I had always envisaged.Akshita Tiwari, ParentPosted on Facebook
CC helped him to build up his self-confidence, academically and socially.Christine Bora, ParentPosted in School
My daughter simply loves going to CC, she is upset when school is closed.Mita Nath Bora, ParentPosted in School
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Culture Club was recommended to us & ever since we have been satisfied.Reshna Gogoi, ParentPosted in School
Through interactions with the environment around them, a preschooler learns in a variety of ways. These encounters shape the child’s conceptual knowledge and desire to explore. Our curriculum is built on a research-based methodology that uses stage-driven pedagogy to balance two levels of learning: foundational™ and pragmatic™ within our preschool classes.
We design our lesson plans and structure classes (stages) in an optimum conducive setting using a mix of these aspects.
Inspiring, emotional, sensory, inventive, and social learning are all encouraged. Depending on the child’s age and stage, we develop a balance in a class (stage) between play-based learning and traditional learning strategies.
We think that each child’s learning experience is unique, so we tailor our instruction to their learning methods, utilising a variety of teaching resources. Some kids are visual learners, while others are scribblers, and a few are auditory or kinesthetic learners. We offer numerous learning techniques to fit the needs of our children and fine-grain the learning for each kid at his or her own speed, thanks to a healthy teacher-student ratio. As a result, our pupils remain engaged, motivated, and enthusiastic about learning.
Innovative modules in our engaging lesson plans for early science, maths, language, and literacy help to encourage the curiosity of our young learners.
Our curriculum includes studying self-help and life skills, culture and communication, the ability to interact with their surrounding environment, and mindfulness and minimalism. These elements are tailored according to age and delivered in two methodologies in our stages: foundational™ and pragmatic™.
Play & Learn
Play & Learn
Play & Learn
Play & Learn
Play & Learn
We Make Classes 'Fun' & let our students experiment with a Perfect Balance.
Fire, as depicted in our STEAM activity, represents the balance between O², heat & fuel. Deviation in any of these can cause destruction or extinguish. This is the intricate balance we strike between play-based learning & conventional classes.
- Balanced approaches namely foundational™ & pragmatic™ catered to a child’s learning abilities
- Foundational™ stage for 2-4-year-olds & pragmatic™ 4-6-year-olds
- The foundational™ stage is a play-based environment for inspirational learning where we encourage young minds to experiment & learn from their mistakes
Even though our preschool curriculum is organised and written down, as is the case with our lesson plans, confining them amid such energetic learners is impossible.
Our balancing is a process of twisting and turning knobs to achieve the ideal blend for young students. So, for one youngster, we would encourage a lot of social skills, while for another, we might encourage a lot of scribbling. As previously mentioned, this is done to accommodate their learning styles.
The Most Common Questions About Preschool Asked on Google.
The right age is 2 years or less. The 1st year of the programme before the formal years is based on play & learn & helps to transactions young learners into schooling.
Preschool formally start at 3 years of age. The 1st class your child will attend is called pre-k aka pre-kindergarten. Under NEP 2020 the Government of India formalised this sector.
Preschool is formally divided into four classes. Playgroup, toddlers (ages 2), Pre-k, pre-kindergarten (ages 3), kindergarten 1, kg1 (ages 4), kindergarten 2, kg2 (ages 5)
Under the NEP 2020 preschool will transaction to include classes 1 & 2 also.
Pre-k is a class in a preschool so effectively it is a part of preschool class structure. It is called pre-kindergarten and thus is the class before a child goes to kindergarten (ages 3-4 years)
Yes. Under NEP 2020 preschool has been formally included in the education system and is called the foundational stage.
Potty training is not about age but it’s about how well your child is learning to understand & follow instructions. It requires a lot of patience & understanding.
It’s quite a complex question so we will let the experts guide you further. Visit KidsHealth for more information.
Every child develops on their own timeline, and the best way to help develop your child’s language skills is to simply talk to them.
Please keep gadgets away from the child & restrict television timings. By using these modern age tools the child doesn’t feel the need to talk and thus speech development can be delayed.