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Pre-primary education that puts your child at the centre.

Our pre-primary is based on robust ICSE standards. However, our approach to teaching is anything but standard. Backed by leading educationists at The Acres Foundation, we have implemented some truly revolutionary ways to teach young children, moving away from rote learning, to a more social, creative, holistic and multi-sensorial approach.

The result, each child feels that they are at the centre of all learning, not the teacher. Most importantly, our children love to come to school to learn and grow.

Pre-primary education that puts your child at the centre.

Green Acre’s pre-primary is based on robust ICSE standards. However, our approach to teaching is anything but standard. Backed by leading educationists at the Acres Foundation, we have implemented some truly revolutionary ways to teach young children, moving away from rote learning, to a more social, creative, holistic and multi-sensorial approach.

The result? Each child feels that they are at the centre of all learning, not the teacher.
Most importantly, our children love to come to school to learn and grow.

Active learning

Young children learn best when all their senses are engaged. Active learning provides visual, auditory and kinaesthetic stimulus to improve a child’s understanding. For example, to learn the number ‘3’, a child not only sees and hears the number, but also holds 3 animals in her hand and even traces the number in sand to learn the concept properly.

Circle teaching

In most schools a teacher teaches lessons on a blackboard in front of the class. Students are expected to follow the lessons and understand them correctly. Our teachers sit at the same level as children to build a relationship based on affectionate, empathetic conversations and personal knowledge of each one.

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Active learning

Young children learn best when all their senses are engaged. Active learning provides visual, auditory and kinaesthetic stimulus to improve a child’s understanding. For example, to learn the number ‘3’, a child not only sees and hears the number, but also holds 3 animals in her hand and even traces the number in sand to learn the concept properly.

Circle teaching

In most schools a teacher teaches lessons on a blackboard in front of the class. Students are expected to follow the lessons and understand them correctly. Our teachers sit at the same level as children to build a relationship based on affectionate, empathetic conversations and personal knowledge of each one.

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Parent engagement

At The Green Acres Academy, we use a number of innovative methods to ensure parents know what’s happening in school every day and can get more involved with their child’s schooling:

Seesaw mobile app: parents get daily pictures of their children in school and remarks by their teachers.

Parent workshops: expert sessions on nutrition, growth mindset, phonics, child development and more so parents can better respond to their children’s changing needs.

PTA meetings: Forums where parents interact directly with teachers.

Polls and surveys: parent feedback is received by our leadership. We often adapt and change our programs and processes based on this feedback.

A healthy student-teacher ratio

The Green Acres Academy’s pioneering co-teaching model gives every class 4 teachers who are always actively engaged in teaching. Each teacher sits with just 10-12 children to give each one individual attention. Complex topics can be taught better with each teacher explaining it in a unique way.

Parent engagement

At The Green Acres Academy, we use a number of innovative methods to ensure parents know what’s happening in school every day and can get more involved with their child’s schooling:

Seesaw mobile app: parents get daily pictures of their children in school and remarks by their teachers.

Parent workshops: expert sessions on nutrition, growth mindset, phonics, child development and more so parents can better respond to their children’s changing needs.

PTA meetings: Forums where parents interact directly with teachers.

Polls and surveys: parent feedback is received by our leadership. We often adapt and change our programs and processes based on this feedback.

A healthy student-teacher ratio

The Green Acres Academy’s pioneering co-teaching model gives every class 4 teachers who are always actively engaged in teaching. Each teacher sits with just 10-12 children to give each one individual attention. Complex topics can be taught better with each teacher explaining it in a unique way.