|EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAM||
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The Early Childhood Education is guided and inspired by philosophy and goals and based on Child Psychology, Child Development, and Researches. We believe that children develop best in a loving and secure environment, providing their need for positive and encouraging responses to build self-esteem. We also do believe they possess multiple intelligences: verbal linguistic, logical, mathematical, bodily kinesthetic, interpersonal and intrapersonal, musical and physical intelligences. Upon such possession, children are able to develop their own view of the world and their understanding of the relationship between the individual, God and nature.
Preschoolers are special deserving quality care made up of a warm, loving environment that we provide. Developmentally appropriate and relevant knowledge and skills are imparted to them for their holistic development, aiming to producing God-loving, contributing, creative, responsible, nationalistic, socially sensitive and caring individual who is generous and kind.
Our curriculum is CHILD-CENTERED, ACTIVITY ORIENTED AND DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE. The individual student is the focus and the curriculum is planned to help each learner grow holistically according to his/her own pace by providing appropriate learning experiences and healthy interaction which enhance the child’s development.
Individual appropriateness is the recognition that each child is a unique person having an individual pattern of growth and learning style adapted by our curriculum. We know that Preschoolers learn by watching, playing, helping, and doing things themselves. They need opportunities to explore, to talk about them, novelty and simplicity.
Therefore, our curriculum reflects the following: Catholic learning environment, child development knowledge, individual characteristic of children, knowledge based on various disciplines, values of Filipino culture and parents’ desire on children’s need to function competently in our society.
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