Merriment Play School-About Us

Merriment follows child centric approach followed by a structured curriculum.

Our belief

                         Quality Early Education is a Necessity not a Luxury

Our Philosophy

A child with a purpose knowing what he wants to do next and is able to do it is the happiest. Out of this joy comes self-confidence and willingness to work. If such a child is equipped with the right tools, there is no stopping his way to excellence.

Research proves that Early Education is critical because:

  • Brain development is most rapid in the early years
  • 75% of neural connectivity is complete by the age of 7
  • When the quality of stimulation is deficient, child development is seriously affected.

Early years (2 to 6) is a unique stage of phenomenal brain development and learning in a child. The capacity to absorb concepts and learn is highest during this phase. Hence it is important to expose the child to a structured environment which will provide adequate and appropriate stimulus for learning.

Every child has an inherent nature and intellengence that is peculiar to him. This varies from child to child and is the most important factor to consider when the child comes to school.

The Curriculum

Curriculum is the set of experiences, activities and events, direct or indirect which occur in an environment specially planned to foster children’s learning and development. In simple terms, Curriculum is a plan for learning.

Our curriculum is a comprehensive child-centric curriculum that comes with set objectives in all major areas of development. It is related to the child’s development readiness, interests, questions, style of learning and the cultural context in which the child finds himself.

 

Is focused on the following areas of development:

  • Physical
  • Intellectual
  • Language
  • Creative
  • Socio-Emotional

 

Methodology

Development through work by hands Teachers are facilitators Self Learning Environment Each Child at his own pace
Freedom of choice Independence Inner discipline
Daily observation and assessment Socially vibrant environment
Encouraging the child’s inherent desire to do and learn