The Fundamental Three

The child is gently initiated to mingle around with his/her peer groups and of different sexes.The teachers support and encourage them to play games involving group activities, take them on field trips, and help build bonds that make them socially comfortable.

A child does not know how to control his/her emotions. Pro-social behavior is encouraged and enhanced through imitation of models and through encouragement of the desired behavior when they appear. This includes cooperation, helpfulness, rescue of another in distress and many more.

The ability to communicate through the use of meaningful words and sentences is very important. Clarity in communication is ensured by imparting a good foundation in speech, thereby ensuring there are no levels of insecurity in the proficiency between the child and his/her peers. Children are taught the correct pronunciation and formation of sentences in English.