For many Nigerian parents, putting their wards in school for the first time can be a daunting task owing to the fact that educational background and foundation for your kids go a long way in determining how vibrant your child will turn out to become academically later in life.
Sarah’s School is a sure bet that you can count on to see your child through early academic learning. Sarah’s nest presents a great learning atmosphere for children.
With the aims of investing in the future of the next generation, ensuring a vibrant, caring, and secure learning environment for your child, coupled with high quality Montessori education for children within the age range of 3 months to 6 years, Sarah’s Nest presents an opportunity that is rare. Combination of the Montessori preschool with British and national curricula, presents a learning environment that inspire kids to love learning. To give every child the individual attention needed to reach full potential, the school has a high teaching-staff pupil ratio. The role of family in a kid’s developmental stage is not left unnoticed. With the cllaboration between the school and family in bringing up children, puts Sarah’s school is a great institution for your wards.
The school’s curriculum adopts a teaching method that is student-centred. With guidance from teachers highly experienced and certified in the Montessori Method of Education, your kids will discover their own path in learning. Sarah’s Nest’s highly qualified and experienced staff get assistance from visiting specialists in music, dance, and swimming to improve the standard of learning for children. School’s curriculum aims to improve:
- Personal, social and emotional development
- Communication and language
- Physical development
- Knowledge and understanding of the world
- Arts and Crafts
Without a doubt, children easily thrive academically in environment with high and world standard learning facilities. Sarah’s Nest’s learning facilities include:
- Classrooms, furniture and activity areas that are child-sized and within easy reach and view to engage and accommodate children comfortably.
- Outdoor child-friendly play ground with swimming pool.
- Well-stocked library for both students and staff.
- Closed Circuit Television Cameras (CCTV) to monitor students/staff activities in all rooms.
- Conducive Air-conditioned school bus for school drop-offs and pick-ups.
- Fully equipped kitchen with a trained chef for freshly prepared meals.
- Horticultural and Zoological gardens for students to engage nature (includes parrot, turtles and fish aquarium).
The developmental stages for kids at Sarah’s Nest are categorized into three levels: Hatchlings, Nestlings, and Fledgings.
This level is designed for kids within the age bracket of 3-18 months. A dedicated fridge with demarcations clearly labelled for every child is available. To promote independence, a key philosophy of the Montessori Method and objective for Hatchlings, Sarah’s Nest has beds where kids are enabled to crawl in and out of their naps. For Hatchlings, the routine is not strict, children are provided an environment that encourages them to learn through play, and explore a wide range of opportunities.
Nestlings are Sarah’s Nest vibrant and budding 18 months to 3 year olds. Children at this level follow the Montessori infant toddler curriculum, a stage where the Montessori Directresses put pupils through materials which are age-appropriate and self-correcting. Activities that form part of the Nestlings curriculum include gross motor control and coordination, language development, social awareness and understanding of the world, sensory and practical life exercises, numeracy, art, movement, and music.
This is the last developmental level for your kids at Sarah’s Nest. It comprises the school’s confident 3 to 6-year-olds fully equipped with skills and ready to fly out into the world. Apart from exposing the students to a more structured learning approach, your children are also encouraged to adopt practices and characteristics that will fully equip them in preparation for transition to elementary school.
To find out more, visit: www.sarahsnest.com
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