Ages 3 – 5 | Early years Foundation Stage | KG 1 and 2
Program Focus–1. Build relationships
Students in the Foundation stage (age 3 to 5 years) follow the UK Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). The establishment phase of instruction is accessible to boys and girls aged 3 to 5 years. This stage in training at ACS is alluded to as KG (Kindergarten) and spreads a two-year time frame:
KG1 for kids aged 3 to 4 years
KG2 for kids aged 4 to 5 years
Small kids learn through investigation. All that they do, from kicking a ball, working with squares and painting, to singing in a gathering, perusing and composing abilities that is intended to assist them with understanding their environment marks this learning phase. This stage is fundamental and guarantees kids grow socially, intellectually and truly-Learning through play.
The program is The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), a UK program is intended to prepare youngsters for The National Curriculum for England conveyed in the primary and secondary schools. The EYFS centers around nurturing social aptitudes, knowledge and understanding that kids require for what’s to come and foresee. The mechanism of educating is English, with Arabic as the language of guidance in Arabic and Islamic Studies.
Students in KG are acquainted with perusing and writing in English and Arabic, Science, Mathematics, ICT (Information and Communication Technology), and Islamic Studies. These subjects create proficiency and numeracy aptitudes and are conveyed through intuitive and engaging exercises in which the youngsters are urged and assisted with building up their abilities. The youngster’s advancement is firmly checked and surveyed against the UK Early Learning Goals. Through organized play, kids build up their communicative and listening aptitudes and their capacity to associate viably with others. An exuberant program of field outings, occasions and activities enhance their learning. Bolstered by a well-resourced library, multimedia aided infra and assigned play area zones, kids in KG are urged to investigate and build up their natural capacities and abilities.
Parents and Guardians are free to talk about their youngster’s individual advancement and any worries they may have, by making an arrangement through the Parent Relations Officer (PRO) to meet the educator concerned, the Head of KG or the Principal. The Parent Relations Officer’s job is to be the point of communication for parents with the school and parents to contact the PRO for assistance with any query.