Our aim is to provide a high standard of education to the children and moulding their character and personality to become good and productive citizens of the country. Following are the main areas of concentration on language:
Language and concept development activities are an important part of the classroom curriculum.
Language arts instruction includes daily reading aloud and discussion of high-quality literature, both fiction and nonfiction.
Children who are having difficulty learning to read are provided with additional reading instruction in a small group.
Children learn how to divide spoken words into individual sounds and to blend spoken sounds into words.
Children learn that sounds can be represented by letters, and to recognize the most useful sound-letter relationships.
The meanings of unfamiliar words are taught and discussed. Students also acquire word meanings through wide reading.