Welcome To Kids Center
Most experts call your child’s second year, ‘the miracle year’. Children construct their understanding of the world through experience. In order to make learning real, children need to explore, ask questions & assess their understanding. At, The Kindergarten International children build the valuable foundations for their future by learning emotionally, mentally, socially and physically. Kindergarten is a wonderful stage of learning for children. We provide an atmosphere which nurtures self-esteem through positive relationships. We respect every child as unique individuals, innate with limitless potential, curious and interested in their world around them. Positive, nurturing experiences during this year will benefit your child and in turn, the whole family.
Our aim is to provide a broad and balanced curriculum which will support individual needs and allow children to achieve their full potential. Most importantly, your child will be learning to become an effective learner as they develop and extend their communication skills, build their self-confidence, learn to be creative, and develop skills that assist them with reading, writing and mathematics. We fully acknowledge parents as the primary educators of their children, hence we insist on working in partnership with parents for the benefit of their child.
We have a warm and friendly staff team with wide variety of ages, experiences and personalities. The quality facilities and well educated and experienced faculty ensure that we can provide an excellent experience in a friendly and supportive environment. Our programs are designed and based on the Early Years Learning Framework that ensures your child is given the very best opportunities to grow and learn.
Kindergarten is a great year for making steps with existing skills and developing new ones. Our Kindergarten programs are designed to improve your child’s development in the following key areas:
- Self-awareness and respect for others
- Exposure to new concepts and ideas.
- Healthy eating and drinking practices
- Regular physical activity
- Social skills, like how to play with other children in a calm, sharing and rewarding way
- Emotional skills, for example understanding their feelings
- Language, literacy and numeracy skills, such as reading stories and counting objects
- A joy for learning and group activities, such as talking, drawing and making things together with other children of their own age
- Responsibility for their belongings
- Beginning to understand the importance of names, times and places