A space which not only looks after the academic orientation but also the holistic growth of the child as an individual. When not bound by intricate challenges of life by getting 100% grades………the focus is on creative learning and skill development. Learning is thus...informational to transformation!!
The Visualizing and Verbalizing®
We have professional expertise in Visualizing and Verbalizing® (V/V®) programme by Nancy and Lindamood Bell, which focuses on cognitive development, comprehension and thinking skills. This program develops concept imagery and improves reading and listening comprehension, memory, oral vocabulary, critical thinking, and writing
The cause of language comprehension problems is due to difficulty creating an image. This weakness causes individuals to get only "parts" of information they read or hear. Individuals of all ages may experience the symptoms of a weakness in concept imagery causing weakness in reading comprehension, listening comprehension, critical thinking and problem solving.
Sonday by Arlene Sonday,
A phonic programe that helps children with phonic issues
The program essentially teaches with word families (e.g., an, at, mat, sat), it uses some blending and "taking words apart" exercises at the beginning before children have learned individual sounds.
It helps children learn how blending works. We use this as it is particularly helpful for children with both diagnosed and undiagnosed learning problems. Children begin to work with individual letter sounds in the fifth and final level of pre reading. The sixth level begins the reading lessons, renumbering levels again beginning with level one
Toe by Toe program
Specifically designed for anyone experiencing and finding reading difficulties This includes weak readers who struggle to decode or those with dyslexic difficulties.
However, like the name Toe by Toe, even though the steps taken are small, students can clearly measure progress right from the first page. Confidence and self-esteem are boosted as a result.
Jolly Phonics, teaches children to read and write using synthetic phonics, which is widely recognised as the most effective way to teach children to read and write in English.