The Achieve Angels Preschool Programme is comprised of 4 levels Pre 1, Pre 2, Pre 3 and Pre 4 classes.
The programme is designed around Achieve school’s belief system to CREATE AND EMPOWER FREE THINKERS which is innate within each student. As such, the Early Years programme is committed to establishing a foundation that promotes Achieve school’s desired learning outcomes for students through a social curriculum that is practised and reinforced at every grade level. We begin each day with Circle Time, during which students learn how to express themselves and listen
to their peers, developing empathy. We have an interdisciplinary, project based curriculum that is connected to the local environment.
Themes are chosen to tie subjects together, usually emerging out of Science and Social Studies. In addition, as part of
the school day, students are provided with enrichment opportunities that allow for the pursuit of additional interests like sports, dance, art, craft, montessory play and grolier. Some special assemblies are led by older students, to encourage the development of friendships across ages.
colours are brighter when minds are open
We follow a thematic approach along with text book .
Scholastic – English language , Kannada language, reading , writing , read aloud session, Environment science, Maths with experiential learning is designed for early learners.
Non scholastic – Play – structured games, physical education ,indoor free play with montessory equipments
Dance, role play, art craft, Grolier , E blocks, home reading programme , puppet shows , field trips, sports , cultural events festival celebrations .
Play is the serious work of children.
Through it, they clarify information, integrate ideas from their previous experiences, and explore and experiment with their environment. Play also gives them the opportunity to add knowledge, learn new skills and practice familiar ones. They learn to deal with their feelings, interact with children and adults and resolve conflicts.
Finally, children develop their imaginations and creativity and learn to solve problems.
The research has shown that play stimulates young children’s brain development in important and unique ways. Play develops literacy and numeracy skills. And play also fosters many personal experiences which contribute to a child’s problem solving ability, flexibility, self-confidence - skills that are crucial to success in our increasingly high-tech world.
The Language Arts programme in the Early Years revolves around literacy, building, listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Using a strong base in authentic children’s literature, students increase their vocabulary and comprehension skills, identify elements and techniques of writing and grammar, and interpret literature through talk, drama, composition, and oral reading.
focus and fun
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The sequential mathematics programme is geared to the child’s developing ability to move
from concrete to abstract ways of conceptualising mathematical ideas. The mathmatics programme we follow develops the children’s skills, interest, and curiosity with numbers,
measurement, money, logical thought, spatial sense, graphs and estimation. Students are taught through Math lab and experiences which incorporate investigation, problem solving, cooperative group work and practical application of mathematics. Throughout the early years, math instruction relies heavily on the use of manipulatives.
festivities and celebrations Dandiya night
Art education develops visual perception, practical skills and imagination, in addition to being profoundly connected to the idea of developing individual voice. Moving through the Early Years, students increasingly acquire skills in the areas of line, colour, value, shape and form,
texture, and understanding space. Techniques employed include painting, drawing, printmaking, collage, papiermâché, and clay work. The Art teacher in the early years works closely with classroom teachers to connect art projects with themes studied in core academic areas.
Healthy food choice lesson
This course is designed to develop competency in oral and written Kannada, as well as an ppreciation for and understanding of Karnataka’s culture. Conversational Kannada is also taught
and used in practical situations. We focus on engaging, experiential language learning.
Beautiful manifestation of Lord through children
Library and Computer Skills:
Students become familiar with how to locate books and to appreciate book reading Besides being read to by their class teachers during read aloud sessions in their classrooms, students are also encouraged to read to as a class once a week may answer comprehension questions or give book talks. Students are encouraged to participate in reading contests and programmes organised by the teachers.
Field trip to banyan tree
Outdoor Learning is an approach to learning and teaching that spans across the academic and enrichment programmes. Our South Bangalore location in the middle of the city surrounded by historical parks, temples and busy commercial area is the perfect extension of any indoor
classroom, containing authentic learning circumstances that challenge students beyond the four walls of a schoolroom. Students are encouraged to develop lasting relationships with
the natural world through regular opportunities scheduled in the school calendar, which include field trips that are theme based and class escape activities to learn from the real world .
Role play as celestial bodies
Physical Education in the Early Years strives to prepare our students for a healthy life. In support of this goal, we aim to help students develop healthy decision making, self-reflection, and selfmotivation. Each level includes standards of competency in motor skills, movement strategies, regular physical activity, theme based games and general physical fitness/ health, and responsible behaviour.
Beautiful manifestation of Lord through children
Religious Education in the Early Years revolves around developing ‘young philosophers’. Achieve school of education focuses on provoking challenging questions about the origins and meaning of
life, encouraging students to explore their own beliefs, building a sense of their own identity while also learning to respect others. In keeping with the Desired Learning Outcomes, students learn to understand the essence and practice of the Hindu faith while valuing and exploring the contributions of other major spiritual and philosophical traditions. These objectives are achieved through celebrations of all major festivals of India.
Science, a subject about observation and exploration , Social studies a subject on examining our social and physical surroundings with the scope expanding from family to the globe. Science and social studies are integrated into the theme prescribed.