The first type of curriculum is geared towards the traditional primary school, which is organized in terms of subject matter areas and focuses mainly on cognitive, literacy and numeracy skills.
The second curriculum is informal. Play-based and activity oriented that allows children to explore a variety of topics in random pattern. Designed to support physical, social, emotional, language, and cognitive development.
The third curriculum follows a similarly diverse and comprehensive pattern, to respond to all dimensions of child development.
At Prima Day Care they believe that every child has the drive to learn, that teachers are co-learners because they learn from the children as they teach the children. They believe that this constant cycle of learning unlocks the child’s potential. “The child is like a little scientist exploring and experimenting on his or her environment on a quest to find answers to his or her never-ending stream of questions.”
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At Prima Day Care their “Mission and Vision” is:
“ To help children see themselves as individuals and encourage them to continually express themselves in their own ways.
To provide a safe environment and an orderly atmosphere.
To teach concepts through structured and unstructured PLAY.
To teach the child to become an independent and active thinker.
To inculcate proper values and good habits.
To monitor through teacher observations and security cameras, and to give constant feedback to the parents.
To encourage family participation through varied activities.