The Emergent curriculum
The ‘Imprint’ - or the first five years of life - is the almost immutable foundation that shapes a child’s ability to learn and succeed in school and in life. The maximum extent of brain development in them happens during these formative years. Our emergent curriculum emphasises on three areas of growth during this enriching period – individualized learning, effective social and communication skills for the new age, and productive coexistence in the social environment, ensuring every child gets the singular advantage of the creative teaching methods of visionaries such as Lev Vygotsky, Jean Piaget and Howard Gardner upon whose teachings the Reggio Emilia Approach to early childhood is founded.
Children learn best when it matters to them, their learning themes stem from what interests them through their experiences in a given moment. Our methodology is built around the interests of children and the way they relate to it. The emergent curriculum offers a whole child experience involving the child in social, emotional, cognitive and physical realms of learning and development. The adults closely observe to understand what interests the children and create a variety of experiences to help them construct their own knowledge by exploration of their interests, gain new perspectives, discuss and represent and form new understanding. They facilitate, guide, observe, support, and inspire children
These interests gradually take the shape of a project lasting weeks depending on the sustained interest and engagement of the group of children involved in the project. The Emergent Curriculum is a comprehensive educational program for children up to 6 years.It combines the latest research and the freshest ideas into a forward-thinking constructivist approach to exciting and relevant learning that fosters creativity.