Kindergarten’s Learning Process (Nursery – Kindergarten3)

For Kindergarten, the learning process was designed to match with the nature of students’ ages that focuses on preparing students physically, emotionally, socially, and intellectually using the body and senses of learning while exploring nature all around.

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Plookpanya’s Kindergarteners learn both indoors and outdoors through natural exploration, hands-on experiences, free play, experiments, songs, games, and arts that accompanies life skills. Not only life skills, but also the kindergarten students learn how to make relationships with others, solve problems, independent tasks in daily life, and communicate with others. School supports student’s development by doing the Sensory Integration (SI) and urging the brain to work through 7 senses:
  • Sight or Visual
  • Hearing or Audition
  • Touch or Somatosensory
  • Smell or Olfaction
  • Taste or Gustation
  • Proprioception
  • Vestibular

All of these make students develop his or her own life skills at home, at school, and finally live a basic life independently.

Other than that, Plookpanya school has the learning stations for kindergarten students to learn together such as enjoying green space, walking in the garden and beautiful water and sand areas.

The Phonics technique at Plookpanya gives students the basic foundation of reading, writing, and pronunciation to all Kindergarten students. Students learn through speaking and listening to stories, and can answer questions from foreign teachers, which help students get use to the language and can develop language  skills.

All of these learning activities give students the opportunities not only to interact with nature, but also with peers in a nature setting. This in turn helps the students develop physical strength, emotional stability, social skills with all people and to become an enquirer at this early age.