Curriculum

The international curriculum whether American or British addresses the (whole child) catering to different learning styles and multiple intelligences of each individual.

Cross curriculum links ensure a well rounded, balanced education with different activities in each class, to allow each child to achieve his/her potential.

Our school aims to offer a high standard of education to students through the adoption of the main principles of teaching and learning as reflected by both international curricular.

Our challenging curriculum will be tailored to the individual needs strengths and interests of each student. Students in our school will be constantly challenged to excel and achieve the best of their potential.

Our school is very well equipped with all the facilities that children will need for a balanced and well rounded education.

Teachers will be knowledgeable and dedicated, caring, and patient.

Our classrooms are air-conditioned and provide a pleasant environment for learning.

We strive to instill in all our pupils a love of learning .we know that this can be achieved and  all the rest will follow, good results a worthwhile career, a  fulfilled life an important legacy to pass on to the next generation .

The world demands much from its citizens today and we at Summits International School are dedicated to ensure our pupils fulfill their potential in order to meet those demands.

Kindergarten curriculum

Most kindergarten curricular begin students in math and English .The lessons are very simple and deal with easily understandable concepts like counting and words, they usually revolve around objects that they would be subjected to every day of their life.

Kindergarteners are familiar with fun kindergarten activities to help students with understanding.

Literacy

One of the key elements of any kindergarten classroom is literacy. At the beginning of the school year students learn to identify each letter as well as the sounds that each makes. Once student are well versed in letter sounds , they will begin learning letter blends , such as the sound ‘sh’  ‘ch ’and ‘ing’ make. If students catch on quickly they would even begin to read basic text. Students will also learn to write the upper and lower case letters, identify, sight words recognize color words and retell stories. They should also write simple sentences that are two or three words long.

Math

Kindergarteners learn a variety of foundation skills that prepare them to be successful in core math concepts later in school. Students learn how to sort objects by a variety of attributes such as color, size and shape. They also learn to identify numbers and count by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s and 10’s. Children are taught how to sequence by putting things in order from first to last, as well as create patterns using a variety of shapes. Kindergarteners learn basic addition and subtraction by using math manipulative as hands on learning tools, they would learn to read math words such as one, two and three as well.

Science and other subjects

Most kindergarteners will be exposed to science, social studies, art, music and other subjects. Teachers would identify a theme for the week or month and teach in-depth lessons around the theme.

Example: A teacher might use the theme of butterflies to teach about life cycles as well as artistic concepts, such as color mixing.

 

Real world information

During class discussion time the teachers would talk to the children about time, weather, dates, days, month’s etc. they would also talk about holidays, show and tell would be a part of the morning lesson ,where a child would bring something he likes from home and tell his classmates about it. Mannerisms would also be introduced. What we do when we want to talk or even ask a question. Basic things such as learning our full name, address, phone number, tying our own shoes. all basic but none the less very important.