JUST LIKE MOM’S, Play School Dwarka is committed to caring for the world, one family at a time!
A child is best nurtured under the wings of a mother. Just Like Mom’s Play school dwarka is a paradise for children where the staff acts a guardian angel over each child to help them learn, apply and progress in every aspect of life.
Our School Aims
Just Like Mom’s, Playschool Dwarka believes that learning takes place in a happy, caring and stimulating environment where staff, parents and the local community play a crucial role. Therefore, to this end, we aim at:
- Providing a happy, caring environment in which both children and adults feel secure and valued. Here, they will find satisfaction and pleasure in their work. As a result, learning will flourish
- Ensuring continuity and progression within the curriculum. Moreover, providing development opportunities for children and understanding of the world and their influence upon them
- Enabling children to develop lively, inquiring minds and the ability to question and discuss rationally. It helps in applying them mind towards realistic tasks and challenges
- Encouraging individuals to celebrate their own as well as other’s achievements. Therefore, developing a wider appreciation of human fulfillment and aspiration. Playschool Dwarka
Statement of Intent For the curriculum
Children are encouraged to be creative. Therefore, each opportunity develops their confidence, knowledge, self-esteem and life skills through technology, physical education and creative & performing arts. Playschool Dwarka with modern technology and innovative courses
Play, and why it is important for learning and development in the early years?
Play is one of the most important ways in which young children gain essential knowledge and skills as it helps children flourish. For instance, in the school, children will imagine and create, explore and experiment, listen and speak, draw and paint, sing and dance.
Though it may look like that children are simply playing in the playschool classroom all day, that’s not the case. This is much more than a child having fun. Most importantly, it involves interacting with other children. It will teach young children how to:
- Be social and make friends
- Take turns
- Various alternative solutions to solve problems
- Use imagination
- Think creatively
If a child can not learn the way we teach, We must teach in a way the child can learn
Learning journeys are gathered from the first year in school for each child. In other words, children are observed during both formal and informal activities. It may include annotated photographs, notes from observations, detailed learning stories and examples of children’s work. This evidence is further used to complete our assessment, and as a result, ensures planned activities which meet both the child’s interests and needs
Assessment of child’s skills and abilities is carried out firstly, on entry, secondly, during and further, when they leave the reception class. This information is used by staff to plan appropriate work and allows children to have access to a variety of activities
The approach used by is both child centered and directed. Adhering to the philosophy of learning, it must make sense to the student (even the youngest ones) to be effective and meaningful. Consequently, a child’s point of view is completely respected and he/she is encouraged to follow their own educational path. It is believed that a child’s driving sense of curiosity. Along with their inherent potential will foster interest in learning allowing them to succeed long term.