|Areas of learning in Kindergarten|
Areas of learning in Kindergarten
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
Children learn to be self-confident, take an interest in the environment, know what their needs are, tell the difference between right and wrong and become self reliant.
Communication, Language and Literacy
Children learn to communicate confidently and clearly, enjoying stories, songs and poems, hear and say sounds, and link them to the alphabet.
Children learn to develop an understanding of Numbers through stories, songs, games and imaginative play. They become comfortable with numbers and are aware of shapes and space.
Knowledge and Understanding of the World
Children explore and find out about the world around them, asking questions about it. They build with different materials. They also know about everyday technology and learn what its uses are.
Children learn to move confidently, controlling their body and handling equipment.
Children explore colours and shapes. They engage in dance, role play, making things, telling stories and making music.
Every term we explore a theme that runs across the entire school. The children learn Bible truths and virtues relating to the theme and this develops spiritual growth. Each day begins with devotion and a collective Bible assembly every Tuesday.