“The focus would be on combining the unconventional approach with conventional.”
At SCM School the core of our philosophy is the curriculum. Age 2-5 years is a critical learning phase and most of the learning capacity develops during this period. The teaching methodology will be unconventional and will be a mix of activity based and instructional based learning.
We aim to provide a happy conducive, lively and colorful environment in school. Our focus would be on these aspects- language, physical development, art and social interaction.
Students will be encouraged to relate their experiences of activities and classroom teaching thus, laying a solid foundation of concepts before they step into formal education system. Our theme based education will enable faster learning process for a child as compared to traditional methodology. We also have a plan to have a focussed parental invitation in our teaching methodology as family forms the first place of any interaction with child.
The focus would be on combining the unconventional approach with conventional. Students will be able to connect between everyday things around them and classroom learning. They would be encouraged to explore through practical lessons under the able guidance of the teachers.Playful tasks and themes will enable the student to explore and learn. As the outcome of this the child would be able to better relate to his physical environment, inner self and social surroundings.
The maths curriculum will enable the student to distinguish sizes of considerable difference with ease. They will able to count and write numbers and also identify and draw common shapes by relating to the objects in daily life.
Through the language curriculum the students will be able to identify the sounds associated with the letters. They will also be able to read small words and convey their own vocabulary.
The student will also be able to understand various sounds in daily life and be able to distinguish them. The student will be encouraged to develop biligual capabilities by introducing Hindi as part of the learning process.
As this tender age gross and fine motors skill becomes imperative and there will be emphasis on developing these through various activities.
The curriculum ensures that the students develops socially, he or she should be able to feel comfortable being apart from his or her parents or primary guardian for a few hours everyday. The intention is that the student converses with others and discusses issues that directly affect him or her with teachers or an adult. Some other important social development skills include:
- Learn self confidence
- Be able to understand self hygiene
- Be able to work in team or as individual
- Conduct oneself appropriately
- Respect for elders