Experiential curriculum that is adaptable, joyful, and play-based
Children are guaranteed to be effective learners through flexible curricula and fun, interactive activities.
Children can explore their individual interests and try their hand at problem-solving thanks to experiential learning.
The desire for exploration and discovery in children is sparked by hands-on activities.
Children are taught life skills through play, including problem-solving, creativity, emotional intelligence, social competence, and the development of their fine and gross motor skills
Place an emphasis on language development and socioemotional wellbeing
Early social and emotional development has an impact on subsequent emotional control, social interactions, and higher cognitive ability.
Teachers actively promote social skills and emotional stability
Children can improve their language abilities, express their feelings and views, respect other people’s opinions, and build social skills through pretend play, circle time, small group interactions, and activity-based learning.
A soft skills curriculum aids kids in controlling their emotions and developing empathy and sensitivity.
Children can engage in early coding activities that combine communication, thought, and problem-solving.
In the early years, coding, or “new literacy,” which is becoming more and more of a requirement in the digital world, is introduced.
Through role playing, games, puzzles, storytelling, and other activities, pre-coding abilities including understanding systems, patterns, and instructions are presented.
Parents are informed of the goals and process for developing thinking skills at home.
Personalized, Inclusive, and Equitable Opportunities
In environments where they feel a sense of belonging, inclusive learning gives all students access to various learning options and efficient pathways for reaching academic goals.
All students learn together in the same age-appropriate classroom in an inclusive learning environment, regardless of their individual ability.
Early intervention is offered, and each kid receives a custom learning plan that will get them ready for class while also providing ongoing inclusive assistance.
Researched educational pedagogy is implemented by qualified teachers.
Constructivist, inquiry-based, introspective, collaborative, and integrated forms of learning are included in the learning centre approach
Engaging settings where kids can watch, ask questions, and practise their learning.
The instructor serves as a catalyst, stimulating thought and preparing students to be lifelong learners.
The classroom setting, which has a variety of materials, promotes independent learning as well as peer learning.
Through professional development programmes, workshops, and seminars, teachers receive on-going training.
Opportunities to actively involve parents in a range of school events and activities, such as storytelling, book fairs, reading, parent-teacher conferences, and imparting knowledge to both children and teachers.
Parents and grandparents are invited to take part in themed gatherings.
Parents are encouraged to contribute to School Reporter and share their expertise with the full MRIS spectrum.