Our Early Years practice is robust and dynamic because observation and meeting of needs are continual and specific for each learner. When physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional needs are met children grow with excitement and a drive to play and work with enthusiasm, to learn, and to create. They exhibit a desire to teach, help, and care for others and for their environment.
We prepare children for reading with a multi-sensory approach including phonics and language experiences. We have scientific method of teaching, specific multi-sensory materials to develop specific skills, fully trained Early Years directresses and staff, all Exercises of Practical Life (EPL) and work area are focused on developing the child’s wholesome personality. They are also taught Geography with large wooden puzzle maps. Science and nature stimulates child’s discovery projects, experiments and exploration of outdoor environment.
Creative arts and crafts allow for self-expression and fine motor development. Music highlights listening skills, ear training, rhythmic movement, singing and the creation of music. The practitioners implement clear, principled approach and use effective assessments from the learner’s first days in a setting to the end of the Early Year