Our Creche (3 months to 18 months) Pupils in their early years need a solid foundation. Readington School started the crèche program immediately the school commenced. This is in line with one of our core values, ‘service to society’ Readington School sought to give back to the society by creating an environment that can be simply described as ’home away from home’, where infants are given the utmost care. This enables our parents to go about their delay activities without having to worry about getting the best care for their kids and also puts parents’ mind at ease to enhance productivity at the workplace. The creche is equipped with ultra-modern facilities and caters for the needs of infants.
Our creche caters for them montessori materials, specifically designed for this age group, line the shelves that are arranged to the height of the child for easy access. Learning is a joyful process with lots of time for social interaction as well.
Explorations of texture, color, pattern, size, shape, smell, sound, and taste are all encouraged. Lots of movement, songs, books, and puppets are integrated on a daily basis. Each child has a snooze mat, providing a sense of comfort. Infants are encouraged to reach, grasp, kick, hold, pull, crawl, and stand. We also provide many cognitive experiences for your infant. Caregivers model social language skills such as “please,” “thank you,” and “good job” so infants become familiar with language and sound. Whatever activities engage a child, caregivers promote with positive reinforcement. They expand on each experience at school using rich vocabulary, strong connections, and consistent care.
Our infant classrooms provide personal, warm and loving care in a colorful, stimulating, clean, and healthy environment. This encourages infants to develop, physically, cognitively, socially, and emotionally.
The small child to teacher ratio in these classes allow for plenty of one-on-one interaction.
Readington provides a daily correspondence between teacher and parents to keep you updated on your wards daily summarized class activities. Also a progressing monitoring report is sent home fortnightly.