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The Red Bear House Early Learning Center, Sector 14, Gurugram

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About School
The Red Bear House, Sector 14 Gurgaon is one of the Best Preschools in Gurgaon. Our preschool in SEC-14 is dedicated to providing the best environment for our kids. As a result, we have established ourselves as one of the top preschools in the area. We are conveniently located for parents in the area, making us a top choice for preschools near me. As a parent, choosing the right preschool for your child is an important decision. We believe that our school is the perfect fit for families in the SEC-14 community. Our parents proudly stand by us and have consistently rated us as one of the Top Preschools in Gurgaon and have supported us through and through In our quest to provide the best values and daycare facilities. Education System is an international preschool program offering four structured levels: starting from Toddlers, Nursery to Junior Kindergarten. Curriculum: Learning through experience and exploration When children enter school, they regard learning as a pleasurable experience and so are naturally inclined and eager to learn. It is important that the program reinforces and builds on this positive attitude by offering varied stimulating and enjoyable experiences. The knowledge and skills that children acquire by the end of kindergarten and elementary school, along with positive attitudes towards learning developed in these early years, form the basis of effective learning in their later years of school and post-secondary education. Teachers ensure that learning expectations are met Competence in language, reading, mathematics, science, and technology is developed systematically. Teachers integrate subject knowledge into a variety of active techniques suitable to the developmental stages of the children. The Red Bear House has high learning expectations of children within a healthy, stimulating, and supportive learning environment. Children learn through direct sensory experience Children are naturally curious about their world and are eager to learn about it. They need to manipulate, explore, and experiment with real objects. Play is the serious work of children. Through it, they clarify information, integrate ideas from their previous experiences, and explore and experiment with their environment. Playing also gives them the opportunity to add knowledge, learn new skills and practice familiar ones. They learn to deal with their feelings, interact with children and adults and resolve conflicts. Finally, children develop their imaginations and creativity and learn to solve problems. Safety at The Red Bear House: Controlled Access to School Premises: Both entrances are kept locked at all times. No un-escorted visitor is allowed inside. All visitors are required to enter details in a register. I-cards to all parents/guardians. The staff is checked on arrival. Support Staff registered for police verification. School Measures: 24Hrs CCTV surveillance of the entire school with online access to all parents. Fire-fighting equipment was kept handy and staff trained to control small fires. Large inspection windows for each class from the corridor. Finger guards on all classroom doors. All-female support staff. All Female Teaching Faculty. Constant monitoring of each child. Child-friendly & size appropriate washrooms fittings. Separate washrooms for students, teachers, and support staff. All students visiting the washroom are escorted. Age/size appropriate furniture and class equipment. Intense pest control measures against mosquitoes, other insects, and rodents. Medical Emergencies: Staff briefed on first-aid measures. Doctor on call. Close proximity to good medical aid and clinics. Regular check-ups of all children by doctor and dentist. Safe Transport Sourcing: School transport is sourced from a verified contractor. Children in school vans are always accompanied by a Nanny with a cell phone. Licensed and verified drivers. Drivers are regularly briefed and sensitized on safety measures to be taken by them. The vans are equipped with Fire extinguishers and a first aid kit. A child is handed over only to the verified family member.
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Principal Message

The Red Bear House Learning Center school prides itself on its innovative and rich curriculum. We place a strong emphasis on working with parents and the community, enabling all students to maximize their abilities, ambitions, and academic potential in everything they do. We ensure that each child receives a high quality of education and approaches our staff bring to our school help us understand and meet their needs and the needs of our work’s ultimate beneficiaries - our students. We provide a happy and safe environment within which students can experience opportunities beyond the classroom so that they can become independent learners and responsible and confident adults. We foster values of courtesy, consideration and individual responsibility and offer a high level of challenge accompanied by equally high levels of support. I firmly believe that a strongly led school is strongly led by many. I know that with the excellent staff team we have here we have the ability to ensure that your child achieves the very best. Through a partnership with parent partners, we continue to enhance our potential for creating a new brand of generation next to students. I am looking forward to continuing this process with you. Sincerely on behalf of all of us at The Red Bear House Learning Center.

Priyanka Sandhu

Principal, The Red Bear House Early Learning Center

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Programs offered
Toddlers (2 To 3 Years)

Early experiences in the first few years of life are critical for the acquisition of skills as maximum brain development happens during this period. The objective of the program is to train parents to help them foster their child’s development by learning and practicing child development through a scientific approach.

Nursery (3 To 4 Years)

Children start to explore the world around them as soon as they are born. Quality education in the early years of preschool sets a firm foundation in the overall development of a child.nursery curriculum provides a right array of activities to help children move towards achieving their early learning goals. In Nursery, children are engaged in school readiness activities such as reading, writing, counting, number recognition and problem-solving in a fun-filled but purposeful manner.

Junior & Senior Kg (4 To 6 Years)

The transition from preschool to primary school is a crucial time of change for both children as well as their parents. At Red bear house center, the Kindergarten (K.G.) curriculum ensures a smooth transition to formal schooling with meaningful and progressive learning experiences. Through these activities, children learn the alphabet and letter sounds, numbers, and simple math and master early writing skills.

School Features
Bilingual Education
Bilingual Education

When is the best time to start a bilingual education? The research is clear, the younger the better. There is a definite window of opportunity when learning languages is the easiest. Up to the age of 7, children can learn a new language more effortlessly. As development progresses, this window of opportunity begins to close and further learning has to be gained through hard and more traditional learning. Other studies have also shown that children who learn a language before the onset of adolescence are much more likely to have native-like pronunciation. Immersion students will speak language naturally and will be able to manipulate and utilize words in any context. By contrast, rote learning may cram a large vocabulary into a child, but he/she may only use them in a specific sentence or context. So what are the benefits of bilingual education for young learners? For a start, it’s very good for the development of a second language, a goal of many of our parents who chose Maple Bear for their children. Young bilingual learners have also been shown to have: better concentration, analytical skills, and multi-tasking capabilities; they learn to read sooner than monolingual students; they have an increased sense of self-worth and identity; they have the ability to live abroad and learn other foreign languages later in life; enjoy exposure to more than one culture which leads to a global perspective. The Red Bear House's learning environment is structured so that the children learn a language in a natural way, the same way in which they learned the first language.

Play-based Learning
Play-based Learning

Play is the serious work of children. Children are naturally curious about their world and are eager to learn about it.They need to manipulate, explore, and experiment with real objects.Through play, children clarify information, integrate ideas from their previous experiences, and explore and experiment with their environment.Play also gives them the opportunity to add knowledge, learn new skills and practice familiar ones.They learn to deal with their feelings, interact with children and adults and resolve conflicts.Here’s where their imagination and creativity flourish, which is a crucial step in helping them develop problem-solving skills. All our school Early Childhood programs emphasize play and play-based learning as a critical component. Whether the children are learning language, developing literacy, exploring numeracy or discovering the natural world, they do so through activities and experiences that are play-based. The Red Bear teachers understand that young children are naturally effective learners if they are allowed to explore, discover, experiment, pretend and create in play-based environments. Teachers therefore plan and provide activities and experiences that nurture and develop these natural learning responses.

World Class Curriculum
World Class Curriculum

Reciting rhymes, singing songs, and narrating stories to an audience is an integral part of our Red bear house learning center preschool curriculum. It is an opportunity for our children where ideas and feelings, accentuated with the use of distinctive style and rhythm is delivered through a public speaking activity with a focus on rhythm, alliteration some repetitions.

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    (4.8 ★) Priyanka Yadav ...Parents of Prashit
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    (4.6 ★) Dr.Vineet Yadav ...Parents of Seerat Yadav
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    (5 ★) Ankush Sharma ...Parents of MEERA SHARMA
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    (4.8 ★) Pardeep Chaudhary
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    (4.6 ★) Amit Kumar Garg ...Parents of Shivansh
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    (5 ★) Roshni Agarwal ...Parents of Aashvi
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