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The Curriculum

Teaching, Learning and Assessment in the Kindergarten and Early years and how the Curriculum will be transacted

Transaction of the curriculum

Learning centers will be set up in each classroom (literacy, math, role play, science, art, reading corner and building center)
Provision of a safe, secure, happy and motivational environment
Communication through play where children share their ideas and thought processes with others
Free fl ow time where children are given the opportunity to work on activities of their own choice, explore and experiment at their own pace
Students will be given the freedom to play, learn and make their own decisions
Teacher will act as a facilitator sensitive to each childʼs stage of development and self confi dence
Children will learn through self discovery
Children will learn through the senses of touch, smell, taste, sight and sound
No controlled environment/childrenʼs creativity will not be stifl ed but enhanced
No fixed/set time table
Freedom to eat whenever they want
Inclusion of all students in the learning process
Parental involvement in the learning process
The chosen curriculum will help develop a childʼs fi ne motor skills, gross motor skills. It will also make them self reliant and aware about themselves. It will help them develop and maintain social relationships and also help them understand their surroundings

The Kindergarten and early years curriculum is based on the guidelines of the EYFS and Montessori approach to learning.

Following are a few of the diff erent teaching strategies, learning approaches and assessment approaches that will be followed :

 Brainstorming  Artistic expressions  Ongoing assessments
 Categorizing  Self expressions  Anecdotal records
 Group learning  Hands on learning  Recording the learning journey of the child
 Illustrating stories  Play
 Checklist based on the learning  expectations
 Puppetry  Role Play  Self assessments by the child
 Demonstration  Real Life application   
 Role play  Exploration  Assessments are based on :
 Thematic perception  Experiments  Daily observations during activities
 Multimedia presentations  Inquiry approach  Interaction during the lessons
 Field trips  Self correction   
     Free Flow   

The main areas of focus for development in the Kindergarten
and early years wiil be:

Language – Communication, Reading, Written
Numeracy – Number sense & numeration, Measurement, Geometry & Spatial sense, Patterning, Data Management
Knowledge of the world around us – Exploration & Experimentation, Use of Technology
Health & Physical activity – Health, Physical development & Activity
Personal & Social Development – Self Awareness & Self Reliance, Social Relationships, Awareness of the surroundings
Art – Visual Art, Dance, Drama & Music

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Last updated: 08 OCT 2013

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