Age Group 1.5 – 2.5 Years
Fun hours – 3.5 hours/day
From the moment they are born, children are naturally curious and start learning about the world around them. At Silver River, our play group curriculum fosters this natural curiosity and encourages children to keep exploring and learning. The early years of childhood are especially crucial for skill development, as the brain is most receptive to learning during this time. Our program’s goal is to teach parents how to support their child’s development through a research-based approach. We aim to help young children develop social, aesthetic, and fine motor skills, as well as hidden language abilities. This program is designed to help babies and toddlers build these skills in a caring and nurturing environment.
Age Group – 2.6 – 3.5 Years
Fun & Class hours – 3.5 hours/day
Investing in high-quality education during the early pre-school years can have a lasting impact on a child’s overall growth. At Silver River, our nursery curriculum offers a range of activities designed to help children achieve their early learning goals. In the nursery program, children take part in activities that prepare them for school, such as reading, writing, counting, and problem-solving, in a fun and stimulating way. They are also encouraged to work together and learn through drama, science, and art activities. These activities are meaningful and help children build important skills in various areas.
Age Group – 3.6 – 5.5 Years
Fun & Class hours – 5 hours/day
The transition from preschool to primary school can be a significant moment of change for children and their parents. Silver River’s Pre-Primary curriculum is designed to facilitate a smooth transition to formal schooling through engaging and developmentally appropriate learning experiences. The curriculum includes activities that are tailored to the age of the child and aimed at preparing them for success in formal education. In Silver River’s program, children participate in a range of activities that help them learn the alphabet and letter sounds, numbers and basic math, and develop early writing skills. The program also includes a unique assessment system called XSEED, which is designed to motivate children and help them reach their full potential. XSEED assessments are conducted three times per year to track each child’s development. The curriculum also includes a range of other activities in language, numbers, general knowledge, music, and art that are conducted in a structured manner throughout the program.
Age Group – 5.5 years and above
Class hours – 6.5 hours/day
At Silver River School, our primary classes (grades 1 to 5) follow XSEED curriculum that is designed to provide a well-rounded education to our students. The curriculum includes traditional subjects such as Math, languages and arts, Environmental science, and social studies. In addition to the core subjects, we also place a strong emphasis on developing important life skills such as teamwork, communication, and problem-solving. Our teachers use a variety of teaching methods to engage students and encourage their love of learning. In addition to the core subjects, we also offer a variety of other activities to enrich the learning experience. These activities may include art, music, drama, physical education, and foreign language. We believe that a positive and supportive learning environment is key to helping our students succeed and reach their full potential.
Day care refers to the care provided for young children, including infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and school-aged children. It may be provided in a school setting or in a center-based facility. In addition to providing basic care, daycare centers often plan activities to help children learn educational concepts at a young age.
One of the main purposes of childcare is to create a safe and secure environment for children. This includes taking steps to prevent the spread of infections and ensuring that the facility is designed with the needs of young children in mind.