Logos School KindergartenLogos School welcomes children from the age of 3 to the warm and caring environment of their kindergarten. Coming from many different nationalities and backgrounds, much emphasis is placed on language learning. In addition, by the time they go to grade 1, students will be confident in counting, recognizing all of the English letters and their sounds, and beginning to read phonics-based books.
Kindergarten is the ideal place for young children to develop social skills as well as be prepared academically for primary school.
Kindergarten 1A typical day in Kindergarten 1 is as follows:
- Free Activities
The start of the day is used as time for free activities, where children can socialize, verbalize and interact with each other.
It is also a time when the children can play with natural materials (i.e. sand, water, clay, dough), have creative activities related to the weekly topic and do cooking on Friday.
- Discussion – Topics and Lesson
This is a discussion time, where the children can learn about the world around them and a time when they can expand their vocabulary.
- Snack time
At snack time, children are encouraged to value food, eat and drink healthily and put away what they do not eat.
- Play Time
Outdoors play is a time when the children can exert energy, practice large motor skills and gain a sense of community.
- Group Time
Children work on their numbers and alphabet sounds, colours, shapes etc... Music & Movement, Group Games. Instruments or Lesson
- Play Time
- End of Day Activities:
- Fruit time
- Story time
- Quiet table
- Table top activities - puzzles
Kindergarten 2The aims for Kindergarten 2 are:
- During the year the children in KG2 will have weekly or fortnightly topical projects about the world around them.
- They will engage in activities that will encourage listening, oral, visual skills.
- They will learn to recognize, write and understand the concept of numbers up to ten (and simple addition up to 10).
- Throughout the year they will go through "LetterLand", recognizing the letters and their sounds.
- They will take part in singing, playing musical instruments and movement.
- Once per week they will participate in cooking and learn the value of measuring and weighing.
- One day per week they will have a Bible story to teach them about God and their part in His creation.
- Children will be given the opportunity to develop their creative skills through painting, drawing, cutting and sticking.
- They will go on school trips and participate in Sports Day.
- We aim to provide a stimulating and loving environment in which every child is given an equal opportunity to develop fully.