Explore the Curriculum and Pedagogy at Mahara International Pre-School and Day Care!
We, at Mahara International Pre-School and Day Care, strive to work towards nurturing an attitude to learn in every child, to explore, inquire and make connections, to engage and collaborate and finally foster a positive attitude towards the world they live in.
The first experiences at a preschool franchise in Hyderabad contributed to shaping a child by enriching their learning through discovery. This comes with honouring and celebrating each child as a unique being who is inherently curious and capable. Our role is to provide a conducive environment that enables them to be happy, interested and independent.
Early Learning in Early Years Foundation Stage at Mahara
The early years program at Mahara, the top kindergarten in Hyderabad, is based on four important principles of EYFS that essentially guides the pedagogy at our school. Our EYFS curriculum is designed to allow your child to discover and explore his/her natural inclinations and interests to achieve their full potential.
A Unique Child
Every child is a unique child, who is constantly learning and can be resilient, capable, confident and self-assured.
Children learn to be strong and independent through positive relationships in their social settings.
When children are in a safe, secure and enabling environment they learn better and thrive with the opportunities provided to them by the facilitators and caregivers.
Learning & Development
Every child has different learning needs and development stages. Special care has been taken to cater to every child’s learning and development.
The Three Prime Areas of Early Learning in EYFS
Communication and Language Development: Giving opportunities for effective communication skills are integral to children’s expressiveness and confidence, the development of their social relationships, and their learning.
Physical Development: Providing opportunities for young children to be active and to develop their coordination, control, and movement is vital for their cognitive development.
Personal, Social and Emotional Development: Helping children to form positive relationships and social skills, respect others, develop a positive sense of themselves, and finally learn how to manage their feelings instils confidence in their abilities.
The Four Specific Areas of Our Curriculum
Providing a child with a literacy-rich environment is the first step in encouraging them to read, write and speak.
Learning to count, compare, identify numbers, describe shapes and measures and manipulate quantities are key early numeracy skills a child learns through play.
Understanding the World
Making sense of the world children live in can be an opportunity to explore, inquire, observe and understand more about their communities, people, places and their environment.
Expressive Arts and Design
Self-expression in a child can be encouraged in varied forms like art, music, movement and design and technology. These activities help young children explore and express their emotions