I Learn • I Do • I Excel
Nursery and Kindergarten Curriculum
We at Shishu – an integral part of HHA – believe that toddlers 2 and 3 years learn best through doing the kinds of activities they find interesting – story-time, talking to their teachers and playing with blocks and toys.
At Shishu the children discover that they are capable and can do things for themselves – from small tasks like pouring their own juice and helping set their tiffin tables to tackling bigger issues like making decisions about what they wanted to do in class.
Shishu kids have better pre-reading skills, richer vocabularies, and stronger basic math skills than most children of this age.
Children at Shishu learn while they play and prepare themselves for the long journey ahead.
The curriculum is based on facts about how children develop and learn emphasizing upon:
Acquisition of skills, Learning of Concepts, Language skills to express needs, Visual discrimination skills for reading – writing readiness, Sorting and classification skills, Concepts of shape, space, time, measurement and numbers, Gross and fine motor skills to learn to get along with others, Problem-solving skills to foster Reasoning ,Decision making and creativity to build a wholesome personality that is well rounded.
Middle School Curriculum
The curriculum is designed to support optimal learning for the young adolescent. Teachers of middle school focus on helping students in the areas of organisation, study skills, and basic strategies designed to help the students identify their learning style and how they learn best in order to prepare for the future middle school courses. Students are encouraged to become active participants in their learning journey. Writing, discussion, project planning, organisation, critical thinking, and creative expression are all emphasised to ensure competency in preparation for their future academic endeavors.
Secondary School Curriculum
The knowledge and skills gained during the Middle School years equip the students with a firm academic foundation to pursue a variety of educational options in the future. Throughout the curriculum, students are presented with the opportunities to research, solve problems and come to their own conclusions and make decisions.