Academics

CAMBRIDGE EARLY YEARS PROGRAMME (Proposed)

Our uniquely prepared toddler environment meets the young child’s physical and emotional needs. The design of the classrooms appeal to the child’s curiosity and aids the process of learning. Classroom exercises include sensorial work, and instruction in math and language. As the child grows emotionally, physically, and intellectually, the activities in the classroom continue to change and meet their needs.
Our teachers offer the tenderness, warmth and patience essential at this age. In this environment the student is encouraged to chart their own progress and celebrate their achievements such as individual recitation, responding to instructions, packing their bags, eating independently, sharing their belongings, and working together in a team. Through a combination of games and songs, and creative projects we lay the foundation of literacy and numeracy. These are important lessons that each child at Chatrabhuj Narsee School learns.

Classrooms Appeal to the
Child’s Curiosity

Early Years in Our Unique
Toddler Environment

Our Core Curriculum will revolve around:

At Chatrabhuj Narsee School the curriculum teaching and learning are aligned so accurately, that it helps children transit seamlessly from a play-based learning to teaching that is more formal at Cambridge Primary.
Art- develops learning skills like cutting, drawing, painting and collage.
Sensorial activities- help them explore the world through all five senses. This hones key concepts like recognition of shapes and colours and discrimination of size.
Understanding the world -Supports the children’s fascination about the world and generates a love for learning of different traditions, cultures and food.
Science- children learn about the different classifications and well as perform science experiments aided by the teacher.
Language and literacy- listening, speaking and singing based activities make learning language fun and support the development of pre-reading skills such as patterning, classifying and sequencing. Children also learn the phonetic sounds that each letter makes through songs.
Reading and Writing – Reading is supported partly with phonetics and partly through picture memory of high-frequency words. There is a variety of reading material available and found in the reading corners and listening stations.
Math- consists of counting and quantity, number recognition, graphing, fractions, money and time apart from learning the four basic mathematical operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division)