- Early Years
World class education for your world.
The early years of a child's education are vital for developing their critical thinking and problem-solving skills. We at 21K School have created an environment in which our young students feel empowered to ask questions, safe to meet challenges head on, and accompanied on their journey towards reaching their full potential.
The Early Years Curriculum provides an age-appropriate, activity-based academic plan for every grade. The curriculum content is based on the U.K. designed and globally accepted framework of Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), alongside best educational practices with an emphasis on every child’s unique learning styles. Values, morals, and ethics for the preschoolers are weaved into our programs with stories & narratives using the Principles of 16 Habits of Mind, (by Art Costa and Bena Kallick) to nurture & build a strong character, independent mind and confident leaders of tomorrow.
The main subject areas are:
- Understanding the world
- Expressive Arts & Designs
- Communication & Language Development
- Physical Development
- Personal, Social and Emotional Development
The minimum age for enrolment into the Kindergarten Program is as below:
|Programme||Indian Equivalent||Age||As on|
|Nursery – Pre-K||Nursery / Pre-K||3-4 years||30 September 2023|
|Reception – Year R||KG1 / LKG||4-5 years||30 September 2023|
|Foundation – Year 1||KG2 / UKG||5-6 years||30 September 2023|
Our small class sizes permit our teachers to tailor their lessons to suit individuals' abilities and learning styles. The positive and supportive environment throughout our school and the personal attention each student receives form the basis of 21K school’s difference and are cornerstones of our success.
Students will transition to Primary Years with a solid academic foundation upon which to build and the confidence and curiosity to strive for ever greater academic heights.
Based on EFYS Curriculum, UK
Home Room Teacher
10 students per class
Active, Live and Engaging Classes
Live Classes for 1-2 hours per day
Academic structure and support to parents