Kindergarten

  

KINDERGARTEN – The word itself is filled with lots of excitement for the parent and the child. The early school years are full of enthusiasm and growth -- and new academic expectations. It's your child's first official year of school, and you'll be amazed by how much they flourish in kindergarten. Parents can help their children succeed from their very first day in school. They can help them build self-confidence when it comes to learning; by being their biggest cheerleader and instill a love of learning that will last throughout their life and will help them meet specific goals each year. The focus during these years is on mastering letters, sounds, and words. It is a delight to see them take their first step towards reading and writing correctly, especially when those activities are linked, both at school and at home. Kindergartners have fun with language in everyday life and explode their vocabulary. They learn key fundamentals during these years in basic English, Hindi, Maths and Environmental studies. By exploring these subjects with related activities children also develop self confidence and learn to relate to the outside world. Development of personality is also a part of the curriculum by focusing on management skills and interaction activities. By the end of kindergarten, kids will be able to recognize, name, and write all 26 letters of the alphabet, both uppercase and lowercase. They will know the correct sound or sounds that each letter makes and they will be able to read high-frequency words -- also called "sight words" -- such as, and, the, and in.

  

Stage activities are organized where the children participate individually and in groups and enhance their confidence level and this kind of exposure keeps their spirits high. This further motivates the child to practice the conversational skills and develops their vocabulary. What a great exposure, Isn’t it great? You can also help your child at home by encouraging them to read aloud by having a reading session at bedtime. "Reading to your children at home not only makes them enjoy reading, but it also helps them in school. Reading together nurtures companionship and fun and builds concentration, focus, and vocabulary. Look for books about your child's particular interests. "It's always better to start them on easier books, because then they feel successful, and that spurs them on, so they'll read more .Kids learn through repetition, so read the same favorite books over and over, ask questions, and encourage your child to say simple words aloud. Throughout the day, have her say the words she sees on street signs, billboards, and computer screens, or have her search for high-frequency words in a magazine or newspapers. In class, kids will be taught to write simple CVC (consonant, vowel, consonant) words, such as hat, red, and dog. They will also write short, simple sentences such as "The cat ran home." Keeping a special box or bin filled with writing materials (crayons, pencils, markers, paper, and notepads) helps the child to practice writing simple sentences. Ask about what he's written, and have him read it aloud. It gives encouragement to the child if we further display his writings on the refrigerator or on her bedroom wall.

  
 

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Young Enthusiast! X A- Our students had qualified for the City-Level Round of The Times NIE Think and Learn organised by The Times of India. Akanksha Garg, a student of Class X was declared winner at the school level and won' Vivo Tablet' at the felicitation ceremony.





Skating Fun... X A- Students of the school brought laurels to the school with their fabulous stint at Skating Championship in which they secured various positions.




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