A child-centred approach to teaching synthetic phonics to young children. Junior DPS uses this multi-sensory strategy to help children with pronunciation. Such modes of learning will aid the pupils in gaining a better understanding of the subjects.
"What we want is to see the child in pursuit of knowledge, and not knowledge in pursuit of the child." - George Bernard Shaw
Children learn best when all their senses are involved in the learning activity. Play is exactly the activity in which the children get thoroughly engrossed and learn to their full potential.
Junior DPS employs its unique, extensively researched and meticulously planned Junior Integrated Learning (JIL) program. JIL utilises this wonderful and effective tool by carefully integrating play activities with learning resulting in better understanding on children's part.
JIL integrates multiple modes of learning so that the children learn in a way they find easy and convenient. Further, we strongly believe if a child is not moving he/she is not learning. That is why STEAM labs are an important part of our JIL program to offer activity-based out-of-the-classroom learning that inculcates 21st-century skills, the 4 Cs –
- Critical Thinking.
The curriculum should help cater to all the needs of the child. At the same time, it should also help the child to develop both inter and intrapersonal skills. The primary developmental areas that have been focused on in the curriculum crafted by JUNIOR DPS are as follows:-