Raising responsible, motivated children with healthy self-esteem is certainly not an easy task. However, by enabling your child to focus on their interests and encouraging them through positive reinforcement, you’ll be able to spark their long-term, internal motivation.Read More
Going to school can be fun when balanced with lighter and more motivating activities. Often times, kids have a negative image of the school. This is especially true when the school opening looming closer right after a long vacation. So as a parent, what do you do to make things better? Well, the easiest thing you can do is help your kids learn how to find a great balance between school and fun. This will help…Read More
As the new year starts, parents start visiting the schools for admission forms. Every parent will have a vision of a school that will help his or her child to learn and achieve ambitions and aspirations. The parents will check the reputation of the schools by looking at the board results of the school. And when a child doesn’t get admission into a particular school the parents had hoped for, a big disappointment sets in….Read More
There are some obvious factors that affect child behaviour – like child abuse and bullying in schools.
However, there are few factors that do not exactly ring on top of our heads while analysing the cause for a sudden change in child behaviour.
These days we parents start thinking about school as soon as we conceive. Most of the working parents start planning to send their child to pre-school even before the child completes his or her first birthday. The reasons could be anything from there being no caretaker at home to both the parents having hectic job schedule or the lack of social opportunity for the child. Even if one of the parent is a homemaker, she or he thinks of putting the child…Read More
The children will be the hope and the ideas that will shape the world with the imagination and possibilities that are beyond our dreams. This is the belief that Kairos Global School has, as they are preparing the next generation to make a contribution to the world they are going to create for themselves.Read More
Your child will be focusing on becoming an independent reader, writer, and communicator in 1st grade, as well as starting her first formal science and social studies learning. In addition to dealing with boundless energy levels and intense emotions, children preparing for 1st grade will face new responsibilities in school. Your child will learn to adjust to a longer school day, take more ownership of his homework, and learn to get around by himself.Read More
Empathy has become a far too commonly used term these days! Especially during PTA meetings. The fact that one’s child may lack empathy has become a real concern for many. To make an informed decision about a diagnosis or a label, it is important to understand the meaning of empathy.Read More
Summer vacation is a time when we play, enjoy waking up late, travelling to fun vacation spots, shopping and having loads of fun with our friends and family. Who thinks of horrid studies and homework during this time? But, unfortunately, we have to, as most schools tend to give certain projects and worksheets to all of their students during the holidays.Read More
Does Mathematics give your child the jitters the moment they sit down to do those tedious calculations??Did you know that help is nearby and it is none other than Ancient wisdom that comes to our rescue! Abacus and Vedic Maths can help banish all those fears away as it helps them to learn maths with a new approach. It helps sharpen the brain, enhances performance in class and later helps in competitive exams. Now, imagine a school that incorporates this technique in their curriculum – The STAIRCASE School is a preschool with day care facility and is engaged in giving a wonderful learning experience to the kids using interactive teaching methods, games and activities.Read the interview with the Team here.Read More