Academics

Learning is an exciting challenge, an adventure for your child and for us as a team.

Our Commitment: Kangaroo Kids has always been ‘learner centric’ and open to change, this has reflected in our approach towards preschooling and learning over the last 25 years. Even in this challenging time, we have an unwavering quest of ensuring high quality learning for every child ensuring #LearningIsNotLockedDown.

Our schools & preschools are locked down but ‘learning is not locked down’ – we are undeterred in our endeavour to ensure the journey of learning continues right from preschool to K12.

Our Programmes


Club


Toddler Programme

10 months – 1.5years

3 Days a Week

1 hour 15 minutes


Toddler Training Programme

1.6 years – 1.11 years

5 Days a Week

1 hour 30 minutes


Preschool


Playschool

1.6 years – 2.5 years

5 Days a Week

2 Hours 15 Minutes


Nursery

2.6 years – 3.5 years

5 Days a Week

2 Hours 15 Minutes


KinderGarten


Junior Kg

3.6 years – 4.5 years

5 Days a Week

2 Hours 15 Minutes


Senior Kg

4.6 years – 5.5 years

5 Days a Week

2 Hours 15 Minutes


Daycare


Kangaroo Kids has over two decades of experience in nurturing preschool children. We have now extended our expertise to daycare as a response to the society trends. Our daycare structure creates a responsive environment for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarteners.

Programme Highlights

Language And Literacy Development

Literacy refers to the reading and writing skills that allow children to communicate with the world around them, enjoy stories and poems, and achieve what is expected of them at school. Language focuses on the oral aspects of communication: listening, speaking and interpreting non-verbal cues to communication.
The focus is on developing language as well as literacy skills. Children are provided with opportunities to express self, participate in conversations, ask questions and use their emerging reading skills to make meaning from print. Language is one of the most important areas of child development. Our communication skills set us apart and it unites us with each other.

Cognitive Development

Children are encouraged to explore the different interdisciplinary themes such as Physical Science, Social Science, Earth and Environmental Science and Life Science. They observe objects with curiosity, explore cause and effect relationships and apply this knowledge to a new context.

Theme teaching enhances children’s concept development because it integrates learning from many different curriculum areas simultaneously. We integrate learning with life, through the use of 'themes'. Thus, the brain is stimulated to make connections to 'create'. As they participate in reading, math, science activities; they break the boundaries of traditional subject matter.

Physical Development

Physical development includes fine motor and gross motor development. Fine motor development: Children engage in activities such as threading beads, puzzles, sorting, etc. which provide opportunities for hands-on reinforcement of concepts and skills that have been introduced in a whole-group setting. Gross motor development: Active play is important for health and well-being and for the development of emotional, social, language and thinking skills. This centre involves activities that lead to gross motor development – balance and laterality and eye-foot coordination.

Creative / Aesthetic Development

Children are encouraged to explore the different interdisciplinary themes such as Physical Science, Social Science, Earth and Environmental Science and Life Science. They observe objects with curiosity, explore cause and effect relationships and apply this knowledge to a new context.

Theme teaching enhances children’s concept development because it integrates learning from many different curriculum areas simultaneously. We integrate learning with life, through the use of 'themes'. Thus, the brain is stimulated to make connections to 'create'. As they participate in reading, math, science activities; they break the boundaries of traditional subject matter.