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Sparsh Segment : Pre Primary Classess

Learning at this stage is experiential, fun & activity based. The pedagogical processes followed are based on developmentally appropriate methods with multiple teaching and learning strategies. The child is the central figure and an active participant in the teaching learning process. Children enjoy the freedom to explore, express, create and interact within their environment and gain knowledge.

The methodology is to expose children to subjects that catch their attention and improve their grasping power through pragmatic approaches. This will ensure the all-round development of their brain. We progress through the introduction of basic math, further developing to comprehension skills and gaining real-life experience through field trips. We have also incorporated Arts and crafts, dance, public speaking and swimming in our curriculum, enabling children to develop the necessary skill sets needed to survive in life. The stress is given on developing their cognitive abilities and trains them to learn the basic concept neatly and simply.

Children at this stage:

  • identify self by specific abilities, characteristics and preferences (e.g., by gender, age, as part of a family, friends, colours, food etc.)
  • develop a sense of balance and physical coordination through play.
  • learn language through activities like role play, storytelling, poetry recitation, singing and reading age appropriate and level based books.
  • understand to analyse their actions as right or wrong.
  • learn to be friends with children from diverse backgrounds, celebrate various festivals, sing and dance together.
  • learn to live in harmony with their environment, make observations, enquire and ask questions – what, how & why.
  • relate a numeral to its respective quantity, associate value to a number and Identify shapes by names: curved and straight lines, circle, square, triangle and understand spatial relationships.
  • learn to manage their feelings and emotions and learn appropriate behaviour.
  • demonstrate the ability to begin to assume responsibility for their own safety within their environment.
  • learn values, life skills, build relationships and grow up as confident and responsible citizens.