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Kindergarten

At Little Angels Kindergarten, we believe that PLAY is the main ingredient of early years education and we have focus on providing a fun-based learning environment. Our,” CHILD IS THE CENTRE” ideology at the core of our pedagogy enables us to ensure your child’s development, safety and engagement needs are met in a child conducive environment.
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At LAP Kindergarten, we believe that PLAY is the main ingredient of early years education and we have focus on providing a fun-based learning environment. Our,” CHILD IS THE CENTRE” ideology at the core of our pedagogy enables us to ensure your child’s development, safety and engagement needs are met in a child conducive environment.

Learning is a life skill that goes beyond reading and writing. We ensure the right balance of stimulation and age appropriate learning in every child. Our curriculum supports children’s cognitive, social, emotional and physical requirements where all members of thelearning community value these early years in their own right, as a time in which play is the primary driver forlearning

Through play, young children develop approaches to learning and connect with key domains oftheir development. The curriculum includes theme based learning at International Kindergarten-1 and inquiry through play at International Kindergarten -2 and International Kindergarten -3. IK 2 and IK 3 are the predatory classes with different questioning skills and

Our Kindergarten Highlights:

  • Inquiry based learning
  • Fine motor skills development
  • Gross motor skill development
  • Emphasis on pre-writing skills through various fun activities
  • Early language development through PHONICS
  • Numeracy development
  • Receptive and cognitive ability Development (for example, listening, remembering, thinking, analysing, the control of attention and working memory)
  • Representational ability(for example, using symbolic systems—such as oral and written language,drawing and mathematical symbols—to construct and represent meaning)
  • Relational ability(for example, the ability to play with peers, sharing and taking turns, and respecting others)
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