Our Curriculum

Basic Philosophy


At G-Schools, the play group curriculum enables children to continue their exploration. Syllabus has been especially crafted for children between the age group of 2-6 years, keeping in mind the holistic development of the children at this age. The program aims to strengthen the bond between the child and teachers and to engage children in various structured activities. This will help kids to interact with their peers and get acquainted to the preschool set-up.

The program offers a structured learning and developmental experience to the kids including rhymes, free play, sensory activities, art & craft, scrap book activities, sand & water activities and outdoor & indoor play.

  • Emotional and social development
  • Early Settlement of the child outside the home, learning how to play and cooperate with others in new environment

  • Creative development
  • Art & craft, storytelling, puppetry, educational block activities, indoor and outdoor games, music & dance, colouring etc

  • Exploration of letters, Numbers, primary shapes, primary colours
  • Development of fine and gross physical motor skills
  • Learning by exploration
  • Building communication skills
  • Theme based Learning
  • Fun learning…pool party, monsoon nature walk, b’day celebration, festival celebration, theme based field trip and picnic
Creative Development

Pillars Of Our Curriculum


Multiple Intelligence

Multiple Intelligence:

Description of basic multiple Intelligence system principals

Learning

Theme based Learning:

Monthly Theme based activities. e.g. Colours-n-shapes, Animals-n-birds, Means of Transport, Body Parts-n-Senses etc. Each teaching theme would involve teach multiple intelligence based of delivery of teaching modules involving video, music, outdoor activity, art-n-craft, dance etc

Special Kids

Special Needs Kids learning:

Every year we take kids who have special needs and require personal attention. These kids are taught by specially trained teachers who help them cope up with other kids of same age group without be left out in anyway

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