CBSE Affiliation No. 1030239 Jhalaria Campus North Campus
CBSE Affiliation No. 1030239

Shishukunj to offer world-class Cambridge Early Years curriculum

In the pursuit of excellence in education and the quest to provide its youngest Shishyans the best possible start in life, Shishukunj has introduced the Cambridge Early Years Programme in its pre-primary classes. 

Shishukunj has been approved by Cambridge Assessment International Education and Cambridge University Press to offer its world-class Cambridge Early Years programme. 

Cambridge Early Years programme is the start of an exciting educational journey that helps learners aged 3 to 6 develop the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to make the best possible start in life. 

It is the need of the times to provide a global dimension to education. Cambridge Early Years Programme is based on international best practice and has been expanded in collaboration with early years experts in India. It has been developed by Cambridge International and Cambridge University Press which are backed by the teaching and research departments of the iconic University of Cambridge. Designed by international experts in early childhood education, it is aligned with National Education Policy 2020.

Cambridge Early Years Programme is a play based holistic educational programme specifically catering to the needs of children aged 3-6 years. The curriculum supports physical, cognitive, communication, social and emotional aspects of development. The content is divided between six learning areas, but they are all connected and will be taught together along with the development of speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.

The Cambridge Early Years Programme will be ably complemented by the dedicated team of experienced Shishukunj educators, ensuring that the programme sparks imagination and creativity and ignites curiosity. The Shishyans will enjoy the experience while becoming confident, innovative, responsible and engaged learners.

The programme will prepare the children for a seamless and successful transition to the more formal teaching and learning of primary school.