A study carried out by the University of London, and published in summer 2013, found that children who had spent three years or more in nursery education could advance their academic attainment by up to a year over those whose parents kept them at home until the age of five.
Little ones are in most cases naturally curious and gregarious. Taking this into account Kinder Castle takes special emphasis on learning through play and fun in an environment planned to encourage discovery, independence and social interaction. In order to develop self-esteem and social competence, children are encouraged to help themselves, take initiative, and become increasingly independent.
Skills in nursery are organized into categories that are sequenced into Theme Based Learning & Multisensory activities to :
- Develop a child’s self-esteem
- Develop imagination
- Develop fine motor skills
- Develop creative problem solving
- Constructive socialization
- Music movements, puppet shows, storytelling, and role play
- Creativity, messy art, and constructive play time
- Focus on physical development and value education
- Enhance language skills such as speaking, writing, listening, and reading