A Panoramic View of the Curriculum for Preprimary and Primary Nature Nurture’s integrated curriculum is a thematic learning programme that builds on the child’s existing knowledge by establishing a correlation with different domains of learning. It transports them to a higher level of thinking & provides them with a plethora of opportunities to be meaningfully engaged in tandem with their interests and intelligence. This gives the children multiple ways to express themselves. Keeping yourself abreast and aligned with the educational methodologies and approaches will take your children one step ahead in this endeavour.
Experiential learning with real life associations, ability to solve problems, make decisions, develop constructive and meaningful relationships, communicating effectively, etc. are some of the skills that children need to acquire, to be successful in life. In this journey and quest to build up their competence, the home -school connection is of paramount importance for the child.
Nature Nurture’s integrated curriculum is a thematic learning programme that capitalizes on the learners’ existing knowledge by establishing a correlation with different domains of learning. It elevates them to a higher level of thinking and provides them with a plethora of opportunities to be meaningfully engaged and in sync with their interests and intelligence.
Nature Nurture ensures that they get ample time and scope to refine their skills and define their focus of life. We strongly believe in the axiom “the child is the curriculum”. So the Learners are groomed to become technologically savvy and competent citizens of tomorrow.
The Nature Nurture curriculum integrates the following elements :
- Educator training
- Multiple Intelligence
- Transaction tools
- Learning by doing
- Multiple sensory approach
- Best pedagogic practices
- Procedural guidelines
- Research and development
- Reflective teaching
- New age parenting
Education is not about making them literate, restricting them to writing and reading; it’s about expanding their mental horizons, broadening their thinking, enriching their experiences, empowering them with knowledge, inculcating values, developing their personal and social skills, making them self reliant and regulated, imparting awareness about health and safety, building a sense of physical wellness and igniting their enquiry skills. It is necessary for them to be a technical savvy and possess mathematical acumen, in order to become prospective leaders of tomorrow.
We need to nurture within them, a rational approach, a progressive attitude and the ability to say YES to life always! We need to fill them with vigour and enthusiasm to meet the challenges of tomorrow.