The Concept School Is a school which provides structural learning programmed based on child’s individual needs through age appropriate learning activities. We believe, children’s learning occurs and is enhanced through their interactions with people, time, space and resources, and how they learn best is through play, which is children’s ‘work’.
We honestly adhere to the belief that early childhood should be a period for the child to indulge in the maximum number of recreational and pleasurable activities. However, in today’s extremely competitive scenario these very precious years too need guidance in terms of letting the child develop a perception towards learning/reasoning and inculcate basic behavioral skills.
We provide a constructive and organized learning environment where the child is introduced to indispensable learning methods such as self-exploration and realization. There is a very basic ideology to this approach; we want to stimulate the young minds so that they become more receptive to the concept of education and soaking up knowledge, preparing them for the more conventional and extremely competitive mode of education that lies ahead.
Due to their very young mindsets, Preschool children are naturally very impressionable, curious and creative. We, at WONDER KIDZ, constantly strive to further nurture these fundamental characteristics in our students through playful learning. This is why our teaching method doesn’t insist upon imposing a classroom regimen on the students. Instead, our teachers are focused upon understanding the learning aptitude of each student and then further refine it through a selective assortment of classroom and outdoor activities.
We believe that discipline should be instilled among children when they are very young and they are able to soak it up much easily as it becomes a part of their growing up. In order to achieve this, we follow a school uniform across all our branches. This develops a sense of fairness among the students and helps to curb any sub-conscious orientation towards discriminating each other. This example underlines our curriculum’s comprehensive approach that encourages emotional development of the child besides academic success.