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18 MONTH

We believe in the importance of providing experimental learning, which is thematic based to provide structure to language learning. Children listen, understand and speak thematically grouped words, stories and songs throughout the year. Thus promoting their English language development alongside their social and emotional development as well as their inquisitiveness and their creativity.

 

We provide

  • a safe, caring and stimulating environment

  • individual targets for each child’s learning development

  • an opportunity to build successful relationships with their classmates and teachers

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3-4 YEARS

 

At International Early Years Academy we provide the time and space to question,collaborate, and explore experiences that underpin lifelong learning; we push the boundaries beyond a mere acquisition of knowledge to develop investigation and

inquiry skills.

 

We make use of a wide range of activities to promote the all-round development of the child. This is accomplished through excellent and motivated teaching and the promotion of learning skills that encourage our children to be active, reflective, and

self-directed, as appropriate for their age and stage.

4-5 YEARS

 

At International Early Years Academy, we provide the time and space to question, collaborate, and explore experiences that underpin lifelong learning.

 

Our day to day activities include: Literacy, music & movement, nature study, gardening, art & craft, water play, cooking, imaginary play, dressing up, simple science/geography/ history,and looking at the world around us.

 

This is accomplished through excellent and motivated teaching and the promotion of learning skills that encourage our children to be active, reflective, and self-directed, as appropriate for their age and stage.

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5-6 YEARS

 

The curriculum becomes more structured, providing learning through play focusing onphonics, mathematics and science integrated in various activities.

 

Children are exploring, discovering, experimenting and making use of imaginative play and outdoor activities to develop at their own pace.

 

By the time our children graduate from International Early Years Academy, they are well prepared for a smooth transition to

their future schools.

 

Our curriculum has a focus on:

  • Social skills

  • Inquiry and thinking

  • Individual learning

  • Key competencies

  • Assessment

SCHOOL UNIFORMS

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We believe that wearing a school uniform has various benefits

such as helping the children to focus on their activities while at

school, encouraging positive social interaction between the

children and even making life a little easier for parents.

We also believe and could observe that the uniform helps to

create a sense of community. When worn properly it generates a

shared identity among the children and promotes pride in the

school. The school uniform may be purchased from the school

office.

PARENT INVOLVEMENT

Parent evening

 

One parent evening will be held at the beginning of every academic year.

 

Child Development Meetings

Child development meetings with parents are scheduled twice a year at the end of each term. The meetings allow teachers and parents time to review the child’s progress, discuss any concerns, and set realistic development goals.Family

Services

International Early Years Academy coordinates parent support activities like

  • story-time, with a focus on encouraging parents to read with children,

  • help preparing social events

  • support school projects

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