Welcome to Lahore Preschool !
We welcome you and your child to Lahore Preschool, where we encourage children to experience the joy of learning from an early age. Each child here learns at his/her own pace, and according to his/her own capacity in a non-competitive environment. We provide ample opportunity for cognitive, creative, physical and social growth. Our teachers are experts on the curriculum, learning techniques, and helping your child adjust to a new atmosphere. A true partnership that benefits your child is one where you and the teacher communicate and share information. Children learn most effectively through real experiences and in order to aid this process, we provide them with a thematic, integrated activity-based Learning Program, aided by the Montessori Principles.
Established in January 2009 as the administrative head office, the DHA campus is home to both Lahore Preschool and Learning Alliance under one roof, and offers classes ranging from Playgroup to A Level. The DHA flagship campus is purpose built across approximately 5 acres in Phase VIII, DHA Lahore.
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Classes offered at Lahore Preschool Gulberg range from Playgroup to Class I and Class II from August 2019. Given its proximity, graduates from Lahore Preschool are automatically transferred to the Aziz Avenue Campus for continued studies (Aitchison Applicants transfer for class I Blue).
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Established in 2010, Lahore Preschool Faisalabad is structured across approximately 2 acres. The campus is located on East Canal Road Faisalabad, offering classes from Playgroup to Preparatory. The original building has been largely expanded to accommodate the Learning Alliance Junior School block.
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Lahore Preschool offers a range of facilities to aid its students, including:
- Interactive Smart Boards
- Computer Rooms
- Indoor Soft Play Areas/Activity Rooms
- Outdoor Play Areas
- Custom Designed Fully Equipped Kitchens
- Yoga/Aerobics Studios
- Outdoor Jungle Gym
- Fully Equipped Music Rooms
At Lahore Preschool, children experience the joy of learning at an early age. We offer an activity based curriculum structured along the Montessori Principles. Children work at their individual pace and learn and grow in a non-competitive atmosphere. Teachers create a dynamic and interactive learning environment that encourages each child to reason, cooperate, collaborate and understand. Being a preparatory school, emphasis is placed on direct and indirect preparation for acquiring reading and writing skills at a young age.
Lahore Preschool classes are designed based on age group. The curriculum does not include exams, performance grades or tests. Students sit 2 annual assessments, based on which they are promoted to the next level.
Swimming: Children enjoy swimming from April till mid October or until weather permits. Swimming classes are conducted under the supervision of the class teachers and guidance of fully trained swimming instructors and class teachers.
Aerobics: This physical activity class is conducted by a trained Aerobics Teacher.
Music: Music is a regular part of our learning program. These classes are conducted by a competent music teacher.
At preschool, children develop basic life skills, independence and knowledge that they will need as they enter their school years. Children are beginning to develop fine motor skills and become more interested in interactive play, rather than parallel play. Children reach milestones in how they play, learn, speak, behave, and move (like crawling, walking, or jumping). Even at age 3 to 4, children are their own person. They have distinct likes and dislikes and their personality is developing each day.
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The Montessori method has been and is very popular around the world with early childhood professionals and parents. The Montessori approach is designed to support the natural development of children in a well-prepared environment.
Five basic principles fairly and accurately represent how Montessori educators implement the Montessori method in many kinds of programs across the United States. These principles include: 1. respect for the child, 2. the absorbent mind, 3. sensitive periods, 4. the prepared environment, and 5. autoeducation. Respect for the child is the cornerstone on which all other Montessori principles rest.
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