The Pre-School at Shishuvan comprises Playschool, Nursery, Junior KG and Senior KG.
The Playschool has two divisions, called Karma and Shraddha each with 3 teachers, making a teacher -student ratio 1:10. In addition, it also has two helpers.
The Nursery, Junior KG and Senior KG has four divisions each, called Karma, Shraddha, Dhyaan and Neeti. There are two teachers each, making a teacher-student ratio 1:18. In addition, each class also has a helper.
The Pre-School provides the children with experiences that promote all round development. The school introduces three Indian languages-Hindi, Marathi and Gujarati in the Pre-primary.
The curriculum embraces Arts, Craft, Music and movement, Computers and age-appropriate Sports activities. The counsellors and special educators support the child’s academic, emotional and social success in school.
The aim of the Pre-School is to sustain the children’s inherent curiosity and love for learning. Thus, we provide learning experiences keeping in mind the children’s individual learning styles. The school’s events-Sports Day, Fair, Annual Day and Project Day are important learning spaces for all the children to explore their talents.
We encourage parent involvement through their participation in events, festival celebrations, field visits, workshops, parent-teacher meetings and meetings with the management.
Play school kids doing various fine motor activities as well as gross motor.
The teacher dressed up as a capseller and narrated a story.
Nursery student observing white object through a blue magnifying glass
Nursery students learning about the Milkman (our inhouse resource person)
Making Gurupurnima card for our Gurus
JrKg students trying their hands at quantifying using the material kit
Sequencing the numbers - doing it through a game
Jr kg students created their own Cardinal booklet for the story, ‘The Enormous Turnip’
Sr kg students. Along with the academics, we also enjoy doing gross motor activities like frog jump etc
Hands on learning.. forming a number name using the letter kit.
Rangometry follow up of Plant Kingdom