Curriculum  

To ensure positive outcomes for children who attend pre-school, programs require an appropriate and efficient curriculum and assessment system. It speaks to teachers’ need to know what to teach and why and how children learn best. With such a curriculum, teachers can counter to the individual requirements and learning approach for all of their kids.

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COURSE LEARNING  

ETHICAL TEACHING

Each child of Bluebells will be granted an opportunity to learn Holy Recitation of Quran and chronological background of our beloved religious conviction. Children will come to know the ethical behaviors that what should be his likes and dislikes and how to work with other fellows, teachers and parents

 

COMPUTER & TECHNOLOGY

Bluebells prepares kids to participate in a rapidly changing world in which work and other activities are increasingly transformed by access to varied and developing technology.

THE WORLD AROUND US

This will result in kids’ general knowledge and understanding of their environment and can mark difference between natural and “made” world. They can make their world in the field of history, science, geography and technology.

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Physical Activities

Some physical activities involve some of the practical experiences that child learns from daily routine activities just how to dress up, eat foods, maintain the place clean, right thing at the right place, using the media centers, working in team, designing, development and writing skills. Children when respond to activities or doing small tasks then this helps in their muscle development. Physical activities include jumping, walking, threading beads, writing and lifting large objects.




LITERATURE

Grand prominence is sited on being proficient to converse effectively. English is evidently incorporated into almost every other subject in some way or another. They can make vital contribution to the successful development of communication and literacy.

SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE
A large number of skills are included in the syllabus: estimation; measurement; observation; recording; checking; describing; comparing; classifying; predicting and interpreting results; drawing and labeling.

MATHEMATICS
a. The practical handling of data and materialb.
b. The layout and presentation of calculations
c. Understanding of the Four Operations and their application (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division).
d. The development of a range of skills that will achieve a grasp of the various concepts that are covered in Years 3 - 5.
e. The ability to perform mental calculations and estimate a reasonable answer.

LANGUAGE PRACTICES

Written and oral communication assists language learning.

  • To apply strategies and talent to craft verbal, written and visual texts.
  • To pertainTo pertain grammar and language conventions to communicate effectively.
  • Watching movies, videotapes, and educational television programs.
  • Comprehension is the process of deriving meaning from action, speech, and text by connecting what one is learning to what one already knows.
  • Phonological awareness is recognizing the sounds that make up words.
  • Alphabetic principle is the relationship between letters and sounds in oral and written language.

HEALTH, HYGIENE & SAFETY to the physical control and mobility of a child. They can adopt positive attitude towards active way of life in a healthy environment. They can understand the indoor and outdoor circumstances and how to react towards them.

SENSORAL BEHAVIORES

They need these activities in order to get to know their senses and how best to utilize them. In most cases children use their senses as a total package, but do they know how to recognize smells, sounds, sights, consistencies and tastes when we force them to isolate and use only one sense at a time.

 
CULTURAL CELEBRATIONS

Children develop their identity and attitudes through experiences with their bodies, social environments, and their cognitive developmental stages. To celebrate cultural activities is one of the best ways to achieve all these. They can now make distinctions between members of the same racial or cultural group.

ASSESSMENT POLICY
  • To apply strategies and talent to craft verbal, written and visual texts.
  • To pertain grammar and language conventions to communicate effectively.
  • Watching movies, videotapes, and educational television programs.
  • Comprehension is the process of deriving meaning from action, speech, and text by connecting what one is learning to what one already knows.
  • Phonological awareness is recognizing the sounds that make up words.
  • Alphabetic principle is the relationship between letters and sounds in oral and written language.