Brain Discovery Global School – Pre school
When I approach a child, he inspires in me two sentiments; Tenderness for what he is and respect for what he may become.
Why should a child go to school at the age of 12 months?
The young child from birth to six years enjoys 2 great natural gifts:
The Absorbent Mind which soaks in all the information received effortlessly and forms the impressions.
The Sensitive Periods, also known as times of optimal learning drives the child to seek experiences and activities.
Body Brain MAP
Brain development begins within a week of conception. At birth, about 100 billion neurons, or brain cells have been produced. These brain cells have not only spent time travelling to the right places but also are beginning to connect with one another.
Brain Discovery Global School is built on the principle that every child has an inherent ability to learn. Integrated education and progressive international practices help make learning meaningful for every individual at BDGS, child or adult. Our primary aim is to help children learn concentration, coordination between hand and eye , develop their fine and gross motor skills, self- discipline, help them learn lessons of grace and courtesy and make them feel socially acceptable and confident.
Curriculum of Pre School is based on the belief that
Every child is born genius with absorbent mind to be able to soak in all information effortlessly and our work as adults consists not in teaching but in helping the infant mind in its work of development. Brain Discovery organizes workshops for Parents of these infants and teaches them the techniques to Enhance the Brain Development in Infants (age group- pre birth to 6 years).
From the start, babies want to explore their world. Childhood is all about learning. Establishing a safe, secure and predictable environment is the best way to create the foundations of learning in infancy and childhood.
“The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you.” – B.B. King
How We Teach
One of our hopes as an educator is to instill a love of learning in our students, as we share our own passion for learning with them. Taking care of very young children involves more than just meeting their physical needs. By using the clearly defined practices of the BDGS Curriculum, caregivers develop close, supportive relationships with the children in their care.
Principles of Learning
Infants and toddlers learn with their whole body and with all their senses.
Infants and toddlers learn because they want to.
Infants and toddlers communicate what they know.
Infants and toddlers learn within the context of trusting relationships.
In a BDGS program, caregivers support children’s natural desire to be active learners. Creating an active learning environment for infants and toddlers means consciously considering all their needs — their social and emotional, physical, cognitive, and sociolinguistic needs.
Approaches to Learning
Social & Emotional Development
Physical Development& Health
Communication, Language & Literacy
Seven main curriculum content areas, which parallel the dimensions of school readiness identified in BDGS infant-toddler programs.