Mother Toddler (1.5 - 2.5 Years)

Toddler are cared for and nurtured by our professional staff in their own private and personal environment filled with color and stimulation to meet the needs of their development. The mother in the initial days is there with the child in class till the child settles.

Caregivers provide support to them throughout the day with a balanced routine and are alert to babies’ cues.

The environment is set up to foster infants’ physical, sensory, social, emotional and intellectual development.

A yearly individual journal is main tiered on their progress of early development stages, and forms a part of our communication vehicle between parents and staff.

Toddlers (1.5 to 2.5 Years)

Our Toddler enjoy safe and protective surroundings to explore and develop new abilities. Small and large muscle coordination is developed through outside and inside free play with age appropriate toys.

During this age Toddler are learning to explore the sights, sounds and textures around them and they do so by using all their five senses. External aids are also used to help them explore more, like nursery rhyme sessions and crayon coloring etc., which helps them learn faster and keep their interests alive.

A yearly individual journal is also maintained detailing their everyday routine, which becomes a communication vehicle between parents and staff.

Playgroup, Lower KG, and Upper KG (2.5 to 5.5 Years)

We offer Playgroup, Lower KG, and Upper KG program that will lay a solid foundation for his/her future. These program introduce the child to the joy of learning in the initial years of his/her life and will help him/her in his/her all-round growth and shape his/her personality.

Importance is laid on activities that promote child development in the following key areas :

  • Gross Motor skills
  • Fine Motor skills
  • Language skills (communicative and receptive)
  • Cognitive skills
  • Dining etiquette
  • Social behavior
  • Concept knowledge
  • Activity participation

At CIS Juniors we make no compromises when it comes to imparting quality education.

Class (1 to 5) (5.5 to 10.5 Years)

A central part of the class teacher’s task is to intimately understand the needs of each child, and to nurture the development of a real spirit of sharing and community within the class. In a loving, structured environment, with the encouragement of their classmates and teachers, the children develop and appreciate their strengths and work at their difficulties. The social and moral learning that takes place in childhood is as important as the academic.

In these grades, all subjects are introduced through artistic mediums. This promotes abilities such as creative and flexible thinking, imagining ideas and problems from different perspectives and layering one thought upon another as part of a process of problem solving. Children can attain greater levels of achievement in all subjects through this method, than from dry lecturing and rote learning.

Mastery of oral communication is integral to all learning. Hearing, re-telling, acting and illustrating stories enrich the child’s imaginative life and grasp of language. The ability to generate ideas, communicate them and bring them to fruition is essential to future success in adult life.

Reading and writing are taught from Class 1. The child first learns to write using the shape of the letters to suggest meaning, i.e. M for mountain, V for valley, W for waves. In addition, they may walk the shape on the floor in the classroom and draw pictures that include the shape. This allows a deeper connection with, and an understanding of the letters, rather than just memorising the abstract shapes. The children write words and read their own writing before working with printed literature.

An understanding of numbers is built on the basis of concrete, real-life tasks – such as dividing a cake to share, estimating, measuring and through counting aloud, chanting of tables, musical rhythms and skipping games. These learning experiences are real and meaningful. The children may also learn games such as chess, which enhance thinking and mathematical ability.

We aim throughout the classes to share the finest literature with the students, which is appropriate to their age. The stories told by the teacher change as the child develops, correlating the era of human history with the developmental stages of the child. For 6-7 year olds the teacher may draw mainly on folk and fairy tales, moving on at age 8 to fables and legends, to Old Testament stories at age 8-9. Norse stories and sagas are presented at age 10.

Child care (1.5 to 10 Years)

After school care of kids is available till late as 6 pm keeping in mind the needs of working parents. The children follow a scheduled homework time where he/she can study in peace with the assistance of our staff. Activities such as Arts and Craft, cooking, and dramatic play are also part of our program. Furthermore, outdoor play and free play gives your child a chance to unwind from a busy day.