Early Years

EARLY YEARS (KG1 and KG2)

What can you expect from us?

High quality lessons delivered through our virtual classes connecting your child to their classmates and teachers. Our lessons offer a truly tailored learning experience with our creative and inspiring blended learning methodology, linking online and offline activities. Your child will continue to achieve their required learning objectives and skills via our safe and secure online platform. Our blended approach combines different learning techniques to ensure that your child can get the most from their engaging learning journey. Developing important literacy skills through story time to refining motor skills with creative play, our virtual early years’ classes deliver quality lessons equivalent to the face to face classroom time. Learn more about our virtual learning process for different grades below.
Skills That Children Will Learn

What is the Early Year’s school life experience in AlRaneem Private School?

We welcome your child into their classroom through our virtual learning experience supported with high-quality resources and creative online learning and teaching activities. Your child will continue to take their first steps into early years’ education from home. Inspired theme based learning makes every virtual school day productive and enjoyable. Your child will:

Virtual learning at Al Raneem includes a strong partnership between the home and school. As parents, you will receive regular updates from your child’s teachers on their progress and academic achievements.

Early Years

Benefits for parents

Immersing ourselves within our child’s play brings back fond memories of our childhood. Taking the time to engage in play with our children and follow their lead is a great stress reliever. For that moment in time nothing else around us matters. Our minds feel stimulated in different ways as we problem solve and rise to the challenge of ‘defeating dragons’ and being a ‘shop keeper’. Above all it will strengthen family bonds. When children play they are figuring out the world around them. They demonstrate their learning and experiences organically. When we take the time to play with our children we find that the knowledge, skills and language that occur are pleasantly surprising. It reveals a depth of learning that isn’t always apparent in traditional ‘learning’ activities.
Remember:
-> Follow your child’s lead
-> Repetitive play is positive
-> If it is permitted and safe to do so, venture outside
-> Share your childhood games
-> Enjoy and get into character
All these skills and qualities are key learning attributes needed throughout our entire lives. The chance to develop them through play will pave the way for specific areas of learning to develop such as literacy and mathematics.
If ever parents get worried that their children are not learning enough, we should remember that for early years’ children learning is magnified when experiences are practical, engaging, and fun. The heart of early years is active play-based learning. We encourage all parents to have fun and embrace play at home.
Play provides an opportunity for children to develop language skills and experiment with new words. When cooperating with parents and siblings, listening and attention skills are enhanced as they take turns in conversation and negotiate ideas to further their play experience. These are also opportunities for children to develop their problem-solving skills and naturally familiarise their thoughts as they encounter a challenge or obstacle to overcome. A true sense of ethics and teamwork will become progressively present the more your child involves in playtime.
Playing and cooperating with siblings and parents supports the growth and recognition of feelings and emotions. At times, differences can ensue, particularly when playing with siblings, but this is a learning opportunity. It allows children to build on their emotional regulation and conflict determination skills.
During early years’ activities, we support the development of gross and fine motor skills. When taking part in larger scale play, children work on their core strength, stability and balance. This type of play encourages children to be risk takers and enhances their spatial awareness. It is the development of gross motor skills that is the foundation of mark making, meaning the creation of patterns, lines and shapes, and writing development. Play involving fine motor skills, offers a chance to build muscle strength in the hands and dexterity, which in turn supports readiness to write.
When a child is fully immersed in play, they use their personal experiences and imagination. Children will use objects as something else and really get in to character. It is truly fascinating to observe and be part of the evolution of their ideas. Your child’s play might not appear to make sense when they ask you to use a shoe as a telephone, but this is a demonstration of them unravelling and making sense the world around them.
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Children practicing their gross motor skills in the play area.
Building their muscles and coordination skills
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