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Your child will have the opportunity to experience a number of varying stimuli. These will include:
Play in a secure environment as a member of a group
Express their own feelings
Begin to share and care
Begin to understand what is right from wrong
Become confident and have a positive self-image
Enjoy making things
Test and try their own ideas with different equipment to see how they work.
From the ages of 02 months to 6 years all children at Little Pandas Early Learning Centre follow the Early Years Foundation Stage – the National Curriculum of England for all children from birth until they go into Primary School.
This, in turn, prepares the children and feeds into the National Curriculum at Key Stage 1 – which is covered in the Reception Class at Primary School. The Early Learning Goals are a series of aims within six areas of a child’s development and learning.
Personal, social and emotional development, which focuses on the children learning how to work, play share and become more independent in a group other than the family unit
Although the structured and formal part of your child’s day is important we give the unstructured and informal part, such as meal times, talking to each other, and outside play, just as much importance, because during this time your child is continuously learning.
This program aims at training the kids from the age of 4 to below 7 years the concept of two hand abacus mental arithmetic and the basic arithmetic calculations of addition and subtraction.
This programme takes children right back to the basics of reading and is an intensive intervention programme. A FREE assessment is conducted to determine if this programme is appropriate for your child. Depending on age, children can progress from this programme to the Kip Reading Programme as their reading skills improve.
The students are involved in several playful physical activities. They are made to do simple exercises which helps them remain fir and healthy and also helps in their growth process and physical development. Special classes are conducted in which students are given lessons on the importance of a healthy diet.
Al Najah Educational Institute provides pre-primary learning classes and train participants with comprehensive learning with advanced tips and tools. We are aimed in moulding a child’s future and create an environment that fosters academic, social and emotional development of a child. The specialities for the program are as follows :
Kindergartners are curious about the world, and learning to read is a great way to celebrate their enthusiasm. Like you, we believe that getting a good start on basic reading skills; from recognizing letters, to identifying sounds, to learning to read words can grow your child’s confidence, nurture his or her sense of wonder, and build a strong foundation for reading in elementary school. Get your child off to a wonderful start in school with kindergarten reading tutoring!
This is available in our Al Barsha center.
Pre-K children eagerly soak up information about the world around them. (Don’t you just love watching your child’s eyes light up when his or her curiosity is sparked?) If you’ve noticed that books, new words and “once upon a times” are capturing your child’s imagination or you’d like to give your child an early boost in reading, it’s a great time to consider our pre-K reading program.
This is available in our Al Barsha center.
It’s natural to want to give your child a great foundation for elementary school math, and we take that responsibility seriously (while making math fun!). Using positive feedback, iPad technology and a fun rewards system, our kindergarten math tutors teach shapes and numbers in a way that leads to discovery, excitement … and true understanding. Kindergartners love exploring the world around them and how it works. Through kindergarten math tutoring, we encourage their wonder.
English DOTS is for toddlers of 1 to 2 years of age and pre-schoolers (3 to 5 year olds). With DOTS First English, the learning process of the English language becomes associated with fun. Each class is compatible with the cognitive development of its age group. In class, the children are the focal point. They act, sing, say rhymes and interact with the material.
English Language Learning for Elementary School students is being provided here. Communication based interactive classes for learning the language applications at its best, is held here at LEO. The course levels are as listed below: