Kindergarten

Kindergarten Programs

Our Kindergarten Programs comprise of two programs Preschool and Kindergarten One (KG1 / Reception). Below is an overview of what each of our programs offer.

 

The Preschool Program 

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For children ages 3 years through 4 years.  This is a special time in the life of young children. 

During this period, they begin to trust others outside the family.  They gain independence and self-control, and learn to take initiative and assert themselves in socially acceptable ways.  At the same time, they become keen observers of the world around them and find out happens when they interact with other people and handle and maneuver objects and materials. 

Their language surpasses the limited vocabulary and sentence structure of toddlers.  They actively seek out challenging activities and demonstrate an interest to know more.  Children of this age are often referred to as in “transition.”  They want to like their older children on 4 or 5, but they are still learning how to express themselves in words and ideas.  They begin to think logically, and exert their independence in acceptable ways.

 

Kindergarten One (Reception)

  Children EatingFor students ages 4-5 years old.  At this stage in their development, we move from the Preschool acquisition of language and basic concepts to more concrete concepts involving but not limited to:
  • Letter and Number recognition
  • Math concepts
  • Language Arts
  • Reading and Writing
  • Science
  • Music
  • Social Skills
  • Manners: sharing, caring and ownership qualities.

We suggest you stop by and visit with us for a more comprehensive look at KG1. By the end of this year, students should be able to smoothly flow into the KG2 year in an American curriculum and/or Year One in the British Curriculum.  We work closely with both curriculum’s to provide a fully developed and comprehensive program for our students in KG1.  Our reputation speaks for itself on the progress and fine assessments levels of students coming from our program.