Apart from learning the sounds and meaning of words through music, the language in traditional songs and rhymes encourages children to explore the sounds of words.
All festivals are celebrated with immense pomp and pleasure as it is a good way of introducing to children the culture of our country. We teach them to grow with a secular concept ,respecting other religion, while rooted to one's own specificity. Onam, Navarathri, Diwali, Eid and Christmas are celebrated with the same vigour and happiness.
When nature is the most important teacher Learning has value..
Outdoor play fosters children's intellectual, emotional, social and physical developments. Caring for pets raises the curiosity and empathy of children. Children get to observe the different types of living things and to be in close harmony with them as we have enhanced the learning atmosphere, with pets. This helps the children to learn about the difference in body parts between a bird and an animal their different food habits, the sounds they make and many other aspects of animal life.
Nature walk is not limited to plants and animals but also to climate. Children are allowed to experience rain, sunshine, wind and play in sand and rocks.
Dancing helps children build motor skills and the use of imagery enriches, their perception of the world and their ability to express their feelings.
Field trips are of great interest to our kids as they make a jolly ride and a merry break. Field trips give the kids a good start to obtain direct and visual information
Chempaka always believe in sharing and caring... We have been fortunate enough to spend quality time with the inmates of Ananthanilayam, Asha Bhavan, Kripalayam, Sishuskshema Samithi and Santa Maria Convent. It was indeed moments of joy and gratitude to spread happiness and cheer to celebrate the season of joy. We inculcate the values of caring for the weak and the unfortunate, giving space for them in our thoughts and deed.
Children are exposed to a variety of interesting modes of yoga that includes the Garden Yoga, (which includes the butterfly and the frog) This build muscles, increases flexibility, develops balance and helps in concentration and to focus on the context.
“When culture and heritage are honoured and imbibed, learning becomes timeless.“ Our discerning parents contributed much and more in making Paithrikam 2019, a great success. Kerala Day was very special as we proved our heritage is priceless!
Observance and knowing, connect like an eye hand coordination. Pre-schoolers learn as they see, and the clarity add to their understanding, on a long and fixed mode. We spread the radiance of colours, a variety of fruits and vegetables, by a day in special, to enrich the need and necessity of the same, and thereby enhancing the curriculum. Wednesdays are special,as they spread a radiant ambience, mixed with colour, taste, smell and decking up oneself to match the topic of learning.