Applied Competency-based Education
Move Together in Groups,
Play Together with Friends,
Study Together with Peers
Based on Eric Erikson’s Stages of Psychosocial Development, we prepare our P.E.A.R.L.S (Personalized Education And Refinement Learning Structure) and A.C.E. (Applied Competency-based Education) programs according to the development stages of your child.
Upon gaining the ability to sit and learn for a longer period, the child is progressed to ACE. A new child my also join the A.C.E. program provided he shows the required abilities during assessment. When the time come to eventually learn how to be a worker to make his/her living, he shall progress to APPRENTICESHIP program and learn to be ready for job deployment.
A.C.E. Process Cycle
Goals that are consistently achieved will be cleared and celebrated. Child’s level of ability evaluated for inclusion or vocational training.
Half yearly parents and facilitator meet and update on child’s development at home. Revisiting existing goals or setting new goals.
Facilitators review child’s progress and plan for their next session.
Exploring the abilities of a child through experiential and vocational learning along with fine and gross motor skills training
NEW GOAL SETTING
Looking into the developmental gap goals and educational goals a child would need.
Time for child to learn to play with peers and be social, improving interaction ability.
Filling up neurological, physical and emotional developmental gaps to be ready for learning using movement-based learning techniques
Academic learning time through educational subjects such as GrapeSEED English, Numbers & Maths, Montessori and Science.
Learning are done at these specially equipped "Stations".
- MONTESSORI SENSORIAL STATION
Child directed learning
- MONTESSORI NUMBERS STATION
- MOVEMENT – BG, RMT, MBL STATION
Brain, body, reflex balancing sessions
- PRACTICAL LIFE STATION
- COOKING STATION
- WEEKLY OUTING
Learn and play in nature
- STORY PLAY CRAFT STATION
Confidence and Interaction
- MONEY MATTERS PROGRAM
Financial and counting
Child directed reading