PUMS’s Success Board Through Differentiated Programmes

Playgroup, Nursery, Jr. KG. & Sr. KG.

are in many ways a preparation for formal school. Life here is where they learn mathematical and linguistic concepts, and develop social and environmental awareness. Our way is to use art and craft, dance, music and drama to make the process fun. While play is still the main approach, there is learning in a more structured way-the early reading programs, phonics, pre-writing and writing-this where it all begins.

Whatever the class, a singular purpose unites our instruction: to help the overall mental, physical and emotional development of the child so that even when they leave The Harmony Tree, they leave prepared for both-life and formal school.

Our ciiriculum is National education Policy , (NEP ) infused with STEM activities for toddlers from Nursery to Sr kg . Each concept is taught by Rote method of learning , and play way method and pratical learning which makes leaning strong in their minds .

Name of the Program Age Group Timing
Playgroup 2 to 3 years 9.00 am to 12.30 am (Monday - Friday)
Nursery 3 to 4 years 9.00 am to 12.30 am (Monday - Friday)
Junior KG. 4 to 5 years 9.00 am to 12.30 pm (Monday - Friday)
Senior KG. 5 to 6 years 9.00 am to 12.30 pm (Monday - Friday)
Saturday Activity Other activities for student 9.00 am to 11.00 am (1st, 3rd & 5th Saturday)

Curriculum Structure

Our curriculum is designed with the aim to impart skills, concepts and knowledge in different areas, enhance expression and creativity by instilling values

Subject List

Art & Music
Develop body awareness, rhythm, and body coordination with action words.
Language & Literacy
Listening skills, reciting alphabets, developing vocabulary of 250 words, identifying naming words, singing and repeating rhymes and songs.
Maths is introduced by variety of hands-on activities. Child will learn finger rhymes to understand and recognize the numbers. Child will be introduced to the numbers world.
General Awareness
Awareness about environment and things around us.
Reading & Writing
Children are introduced to uppercase and lowercase letters, beginning sounds and build fine motor skills to develop writing ability. Children are also taught to read and write basic three letter words and constructing short sentences.

Activities Conducted

Story Telling

Language Enhancement

Art & Craft

Play Time

Motor Skills & Dev.

Good Habits & Hygiene