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About Pre School

About Pre Schooling

1. How important is preschool?

There is an increasing evidence that children gain a lot from going to preschool. At preschool, they become exposed to numbers, letters, and shapes, and, more important, they learn how to socialize, get along with other children, share & collaborate.

Children who attend high-quality preschool enter formal education with better pre-reading skills, richer vocabularies, and stronger basic math skills than those who do not.

Every child should have some sort of group experience before he starts formal education, what preschools do is teach kids how to be students. Your child will learn how to raise hand, take turns, and share the teacher’s attention. What’s more, he/she’ll learn how to separate from mother. All of this makes for an easier transition to formal education and makes child ready to learn with better social and behaviour skills.

2. What will my child learn?

Two year olds begin asking some wonderful questions about the world around them, at SRCS we help children find answers through exploration, experimentation, and conversation. In our discovery room, children explore and experience the world around them. In addition to strengthening socialization skills, children learn, problem-solving & logical thinking. Kids discover that they are capable and can do things for themselves. Your child acquires a sense of self, explores & plays with peers, and builds confidence.

3. But what about learning his ABCs?

Young children can certainly learn letters and numbers, but to sit them down and ‘teach’ them is the wrong way to do it. They learn best through doing the activities they find interesting — listening to stories, talking to their teachers about stars, Singing along the teachers, playing with blocks and doing role plays. To help kids learn language and strengthen pre-reading skills, teachers play rhyming games and let kids tell stories.

For small children, school is all about having fun and acquiring social skills — not achieving academic milestones. Kids need to be imaginative and social — that’s what fosters creative, well-rounded human beings.

Socialization is the greatest developmental benefit your child gets at SRCS. There are many other emotional and intellectual benefits provided by our child-centric preschool program. At home a child gets little opportunity to play, learn, share and interact with other children of similar age. In a preschool that opportunity is presented every moment.