The Kidzonia Explore Curriculum is a dynamic program that enables kids to explore and learn about their world.
There is evidence that teaching subject knowledge and skills as a part of a larger topic-based curriculum enables students to consolidate skills and develop meaningful connections between subjects. If learning has a context and a central theme, children are also more likely to be involved in it. Experts contend that children learn more effectively when they can relate what they are learning to personal experiences.
Different educational domains and skills are integrated through theme-based learning. This variation makes it possible for this thematic learning method to take into account various intelligences and better meet the demands of children with various learning needs. The Explore Curriculum is a unique program built on an approach to teaching and learning that is both multi disciplinary and thematic. It is a program made to support kids’ exploration while giving their curriculum and educational ideas a scientific context. Children can explore each concept using a variety of experiential learning activities because the program is built by fusing diverse concepts from different areas into a common theme.
What does EXPLORE stand for?
Kidzonia is a technology-driven school that incorporates a variety of technological tools into its curriculum to give every student many chances to directly experience each idea in a way that works for them. Every child's needs and abilities are met individually by the program, which also encourages children to play to their strengths.
As part of our commitment to providing a well-rounded education, our students get to explore different areas of interest, exhibit their talents, and learn through hands-on creation. Culmination Day is a special day for our primary schoolers, where they have the opportunity to showcase their skills, creativity, and knowledge in a fun and interactive manner. One of the highlights is the opportunity for students to try out different activities and explore their interests. Students are encouraged to showcase their projects, models, artwork, and other creative works that they have been diligently working on throughout the academic year. By presenting their projects and creations in front of an audience, students learn to articulate their thoughts, express their ideas, and receive feedback. Parents also play a significant role, as they are invited to witness the culmination of their child’s learning journey.