Child’s early learning experiences have a profound effect on his / her development. These early interactions directly affect the way connections are made in the brain. Early learning experiences are crucial to the future well-being of children, and establish the foundation for the acquisition of knowledge and skills that will affect later learning and behaviour. Children thrive within classrooms that meet their physical and developmental needs and that provide a secure, respectful, and nurturing environment and we at Foundation World School pledge to provide them the exact kind.
Foundation world school is a full school program starting from age 3-19 and follows the complete curriculum of Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE).
We are starting the school with our kindergarten branch which covers the children in the age group 3-5years. Our kindergarten is the stage of significant and crucial changes in many areas of a child’s complete development. It is a stepwise process wherein we handle the child’s adaptation to the new environment and his /her separation from parents and family. This, therefore, is the preparatory for the Cambridge curriculum which starts at age 5.
At our kindergarten levels, we implement play as the best way to learn vital things. Every activity of the day is educational and pedagogic and we make sure they do the best activities to cultivate good habits and routines in them. We intend to develop them into individuals who are socially, religiously ad morally ethical and sound to create a better society.
Children enter kindergarten with a wide range of individual differences in their prior experiences and opportunities to hear, see, learn and identify things around. Our kindergarten program therefore is oriented primarily towards assessing them in these early years to develop instructional objectives and media that most effectively meet their instructional needs. The bedrock of our instruction program at kindergarten level is developing in them the foundation skills that best prepare them for later learning in all content areas.
Our kindergarten program provides a variety of learning opportunities and experiences and is based on assessment information and the strengths, needs, and interests of the children. We intend to build their psycho-motor skills and refine them with practice, hands-on-activities and direct experiences in the form of outings, nature trips and interactions with some skilled people like potters and farmers.