Our staff teaches the students what is expected of them while at school with regard to their interaction with their classmates and teachers so they develop positive social skills.
Each student enrolled at S.I.S. is encouraged to “think” for themselves rather than just being told “what to do” and “how to do it”.
The English lessons focus on developing each student`s ability to recognize the alphabet, hearing ability, phonetic pronunciation and tense understanding. In addition, the consistent introduction of new words gradually increases a student’s overall English vocabulary.
S.I.S. students are taught how to write the upper case, lower case, and cursive form of the alphabet.
The math lessons focus on addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and solving word problems.
The S.I.S. reading program consists of a collection of books that each focused on a specific theme or topic that is geared to each student’s grade.
These lessons focus on introducing the students to various themes and topics related to nature, the oceans, animals, cultures, and the planet as a whole.
For those students, who are still in the process of learning how to go the toilet or even for those who have yet to start the process, the S.I.S. staff is second to none when it comes to toilet training which is one of the first areas of development of confidence in a young child.
Students will be taught about the different continents, countries of the world, capitals, flags and the world’s oceans.
Students will be assigned homework on daily basis as well as special weekend and monthly projects that allow parents to take part in their child’s education.
Students will experience various physical activities both inside and outside that will help develop their sense of balance, catching skills, running, jumping, and eye hand coordination.
Students will develop and express their sense of imagination by focusing on elements of art through drawing、coloring, tracing, painting, ceramics, and clay, and sculpture.