The School Day
A school day in KL International Kidsclub is a pair of challenge and fun, with hands-on, interactive activities, and absolute approach to learning, thus, connecting happenings in the classroom to the world we live in. When planning lessons, we regard the needs, interests and stage of development of each child in the class to acknowledge that we engage with our children during the process of learning.
Active participation is encouraged in a supportive, caring environment as children are to learn from their mistakes since it is a natural part of the learning process. In areas of development, we work closely with parents, communicating on a daily basis and involving parents in the learning/developing system that is intended to take place both at school and at home.
- School hours : 8:45 am ~ 3:00 pm (Monday to Friday)
- Class Timetable :
- Morning session (Club T & E) : 8.45 am ~ 1.00 pm (includes Lunch)
- Full Time session (Club J & P & K) : 8.45 am ~ 3.00 pm (includes Lunch)
Exploration & Learning
|08:50 am||Circle Settling in, clean up|
Morning Group Meeting
Literacy & Language Enrichment
|10:25 am||Hand-washing / Prepare for Snack Time|
|10:30 am||1st Snack Time, free play, Transition/clean up|
Outdoor Play Experiences-Water play / Sand play / PE
|11:30 am||Hand-washing / Transition|
|12:25 pm||Hand-washing / prepare for Lunch|
|15:00 pm||Welcoming parents|
Circle Time: Students gather three times a day as a group to promote a nurturing and collaborative environment as part of their daily routine. Each day begins with circle time for morning greetings and introduction to the day’s routines. Midday circle time serves to reinforce learning from learning centers and often incorporates singing and movement activities. Circle time also serves to bring the class together at the end of each school day for closure.
Work Time: Teachers use “Work Time” to introduce projects or activities for students to “work” on, often as a group.
Learning Centers: Independent learning and collaborative work are enhanced through “Learning Centers” that foster development in the areas of language, math, art, science, music, and technology. Besides learning how to work independently, students also learn how to work cooperatively by sharing and taking turns.