School Readiness

Is your child ready to learn?

Key to choosing right study level for your child

School readiness makes the transition to school less traumatic for the child and family and gives students a strong foundation on which to build their educational future.

*Important Note: Children should work online/virtually only under parents close supervision and must not be left alone at all.


KINDERGARTEN 1

Your child will enter to Early Learning Years first stage at this level. More than any academic knowledge they need to have properly progressing prime areas of learning: Cognitive, Emotional and Physical.

(AGE : 3-4 YEARS)


School Readiness: Children should be able to:
* follow instructions
* catch things firmly in hand
* speech development to communicate themselves
* proper vision, sound health, active, curious to learn & ability to listen well
* have some knowledge of literacy and numbers
* awareness of self-care and safety

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KINDERGARTEN 2

Your child will enter to Early Learning Years second stage at this level. They must have strong knowledge of basic literacy, mathematics and environment to build on next education level.

(AGE : 4-5 YEARS)

School Readiness: Children should be able to:
* listen and follow instructions and responding to questions
* write letters & numbers independently
* feel socially, emotionally and physically secure to enable them to behave appropriately and become confident active learners
* initiate activities
* explore their own ideas and interests
* improved concentration span
* learn in different ways, at different rates, to recognise that they have learned something new
* play and work co-operatively, taking responsibility, for example by caring for their environment
* know how to keep themselves safe and healthy.

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KINDERGARTEN 3

Your child will enter to Early Learning Years final stage at this level. They must have strong working knowledge of basic literacy, writing, mathematics and environment to build on next education level.

KG 3 SR
(AGE : 5-6 YEARS)

School Readiness: Children should be able to:
* listen and follow multiple instructions, respond to questions, wait for their turn in class
* feel socially, emotionally and physically secure to enable them to behave appropriately and become confident active learners using all of their senses to develop their knowledge, skills and understanding across all areas of learning
* initiate activities, showing their own initiative and making decisions
* to explore their own ideas and interests in depth, to make links and discuss their learning, develop their concentration and becoming deeply involved in activities
* learn in different ways, at different rates, to recognise that they have learned something new and improved their understanding
* play and work co-operatively, learning to accept others’ differences, to be resilient and to question
* play and work independently, at times without close supervision, taking responsibility, for example by caring for their environment
* know how to keep themselves safe and healthy.

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Levels: Kindergarten 1

Kindergarten 2

Kindergarten 3

Virtual HomeSchooling -Levels

Online Live Schooling -Levels