Chokhmah International Infant School is a foundation school for children from 24 months to 5years.
Our teaching staff are experienced early years educators. Home work is a reinforcement of all taught concepts. Home work is sent thrice in a week; Monday, Wednesday and Friday and it includes activities such as soft activities, reading, writing, craft and research. The Learning focus (which is a guide that has information about the homework) will always be put in the child’s Home-work Journal and we encourage parents not to do their children’s homework but go over it with the child and give feedback to the teachers on how well they perform.
Chokhmah International academy Infant School programme is adapted from the curriculum guide for the United Kingdom Foundation Stage. Learning and assessment is organised into six main areas of learning:
- Personal, social and emotional development
- Communication, language and literacy
- Mathematical development
- Knowledge and understanding of the world
- Physical development
- Creative development
- It is a well planned and resourced curriculum that provides opportunities for all children to succeed in an atmosphere of care and high self-esteem.
At Chokhmah International Academy Infant school particular attention is paid to the monitoring of each child’s progress through Teachers observation and regular consultation with parents. Parents are encouraged to share their knowledge and views of their child’s development and raise any concerns to ensure that the children are making progress. This is to ensure that difficulties in any area of their development are quickly identified and addressed. It also helps to celebrate achievements.
At CIA, well planned and purposeful activity play cannot be overemphasised as we know children learn and grow better with enjoyment and challenge. we aim to provide a safe, friendly, attractive and secure environment where respect for each individual, irrespective of colour, creed or gender, permeates the school life.
Our children begin to arrive from 7.00am and learning begins at 8am. The children are engaged in learning through various activities such as circle time, role play, rhymes/songs, dance, story time, shared reading, puppetry, hands-on, individual and group learning, etc.
- Snack time: 10am
- Outdoor play: 10.30am
- 12pm: Lunch (Parents are to Pack their wards meals)
- 1pm: Closing time.