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What is Three Year Old Kindy
This is a educational programmed for pre-kindergarten children aged 3 and 5 years. The programmed helps to develop independence and creativity by offering interesting and fun activities that are developmentally appropriate in a semi structured form. The programmed follows a routine similar to a kindergarten and the children are left in the care of a Qualified Child Care Professional and Assistant for the duration of the session

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  1. 1. 002133519-XWhere education start here
  2. 2. What is Three Year Old KindyThis is a educational programmed for pre-kindergarten children aged 3and 5 years. The programmed helps to develop independence andcreativity by offering interesting and fun activities that aredevelopmentally appropriate in a semi structured form. Theprogrammed follows a routine similar to a kindergarten and thechildren are left in the care of a Qualified Child Care Professional andAssistant for the duration of the session Learning for Nature Learning for Tomorrow Character For Eternity
  3. 3. Mission and VisionEkids aqeel School- Exists to provide a caring, nurturing environmentwhere students are educated for a life of service toboth God and the community- Provides holistic education that includes theacademic, spiritual, social and emotional developmentof each child
  4. 4. What does the Programmed OfferThe focal point is to promote a caring and relaxed environment for each child in the group whilst providing an educational programpresented in an enjoyable and informal manner. the programmed has been developed to provide a balance of indoor and outdooractivities that a child may chose to participate in. It is designed to stimulate and provide for the development of each childs social,cultural, physical, emotional, intellectual, language and creative potential.PortfolioFolio activities are planned each week. All children are encourages to participate. All work completed by the children is paced in a folioand given to you at the end of the year as a keepsake. It is a wonderful display of their progress over the year.ThemesEach programmed is run over a fortnight and has a theme. The theme is incorporated into the programmer to encourage discussionabout the different topics.Parent RosterParents are encouraged to participate in the programmed by volunteering time to assist in the class. Parents help by preparing morningor afternoon tea and assisting with activities.also includes;Home Corner, Puzzles and Books, Story and Language, Art Activities, Outdoor Activities, Music and Songs, Snack Time, FolioActivities,Activities developed to help promote the childrens emotional, physical, social and intellectual needsSession TimesThe children attend two sessions a week, one morning and one afternoon session. The kindy operates during school terms only.Morning session: 9am to 11:15amAfternoon session: 2:15pm to 4:30pmHow to EnrolContact Us
  5. 5. Developing independencePlease talk to your child about school before the first day. Be positive and loving. Do all you can to make your childhappy and confident about separation. The staff are experienced and know how difficult this can be. They will do allthey can to help your child settle without too many tears.Adjustment is easier for the child and staff after the parents leave, so show by your words and actions that you aresure that school is a happy place, say a cheerful goodbye and leave. Your confidence will transfer to your child andthus instill a sense of security. If your child is upset and clinging, make a quick exit and ring us later if you areconcerned. Children usually settle quickly and happily.The Developing ChildAt this young age, there is a great range of difference between children and the rate at which they mature. Somechildren will be ready for the demands of school at four years old while many others will not. It may be that yourchild would benefit from a shortened Kindergarten week to begin with; talk to the class teacher about this.At the end of the day, children should be collected promptly from the Kindergarten by the parent/care known to beresponsible for that child. If you are unable to collect your child for any reason, please telephone the school office.Some suggestions for Kindergarten preparationIt is helpful for your child if he/she is able to:repeat his/her given name.begin to recognize his/her name on belongings (written in lower case letters i.e. Sarah not SARAH);undo school bag, screw drink bottle lid, put on lunch box lid;take off, put on outer garments, shoes;use toilet by his/herself and wash hands;use a hanky or tissue if required;help to put things away.
  6. 6. Learning through PlayAlthough teaching at this age is based on a curriculum framework, it is important to remember that children at thisage learn best by doing and playing. The children in Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten will spend much of the timeplaying in a wide variety of situations, either individually, in peer directed activities or staff directed activities. Everyplay experience acts as a building block for learning. Play has been described as a childs work. It is a natural form ofexpression, giving individual opportunities for:practicing co-operation;resolving conflicts;solving problems;putting themselves in other peoples places;becoming aware of other peoples feelings;enjoyment.Play for young children is not recreation activity... It is not leisure-time activity nor is escape activity....Play thinkingtime for young children. It is language time. Problem-solving time. It is memory time, planning time, investigatingtime. It is organization-of-ideas time, when the young child uses his mind and body and his social skills and all hispowers in response to the stimuli he has met.Often, children do not look as if they are doing much when they are playing, but remember:when children are in the sandpit playing with sand they are learning about size, volume, texture, testing ideas andworking together;when children are playing on the floor with construction toys they are learning about concentrating, measuring,choosing appropriate materials, patterns, investigating and experimenting;when children are playing with the play dough they are learning about manipulating materials, sharing with others,making comparisons, using their imagination, appreciating the work of others and communicating.
  7. 7. Learning through PlayFirst-School features free fun preschool lesson plans, educational early childhood activities, printablecrafts, worksheets, calendar of events and other resources for children of preschool age. Thepreschool crafts, lesson plans and activities are appropriate and adaptable for toddlers, preschoolers(ages 4 to 5).ActivitiesHow to use and have fun in First-School:First, look at the suggested list of materials in the Preschool Materials section that will be needed todo the preschool activities and crafts. Most materials are around your home and are recyclables!Preschool Themes section and choose themes, lesson plans, printable crafts and activities to tailoryour calendar of activities and curriculum.Special holiday activities and celebrations to your monthly activities.
  8. 8. Pre-Kindy FeesMAS KIDS Pre-Kindy fees are $10 per day. Fee installments can be made asfollows:• Option A: Fees are paid up-front for the year• Option B: Fees are paid up-front for the term• Option C: Monthly payments commencing the first week of term 1. Thesepayments are to be made using cash ,cheque or online bankingIt is important that you notify the school office at the beginning of the year,before the first due date, of the payment option you intend to use.Variation from a pre-arranged payment plan would need to be arranged with thePrincipal.Payment may be made by cash, cheque or direct debit.
  9. 9. 002133519-X Where education start here Perkhidmatan KamiKelas Cerdik Membaca(Kelas cepat membaca untuk 4thn keatas)Kelas untuk anak 3 & 4 tahun(Perkembangan Awal Minda)English class for kids and primary school(full course in English)
  10. 10. • Nama Murid• Umur• Nama Penjaga• No telepon• Tadika/Taska