Kids Care International School is more than just a co-educational international school; they are a strongly multicultural school, with children from around many nationalities and an all-inclusive philosophy. Kids Care International School strives for academic excellence and also believe strongly in the provision of a holistic education, where the specific needs of each individual child really matter.
Kids Care International School curriculum consists of:- Language Arts and Literacy, Social and Emotional Development, Numeracy, Cosmic, Literacy II, Technology, Music, Dance and Drama, Arts and Crafts, Physical Development, Library and Information Access.
Mission: Kids Care International School mission is to provide the best quality childcare and education in a safe, clean and secure environment.
Motto: “The Best Option to Start In Life”
History: From a small international school of just 09 students which opened in September 2009, Kids Care International School-Montessori has grown and grown, becoming a school of almost 100 Children and gave birth to another branch- Kids n’ Care-Montessori, offering the full English both local and international curriculum and Montessori methods of teachings at all five key stages from Foundation Stage right up to pre-Primary level.
Curriculum: Kids Care International School believes that children learn a lot through play. Play is their full time job, regardless of where they are. Since children love playing, why shouldn’t Kids Care International School teach them through various games, and make it fun for them to learn? This is why Kids care international uses learning techniques that are child friendly, that children relate to and are able to remember what’s been taught.
- To develop high self-esteem
- To stimulate language development, thinking and sensory-motor skills
- To develop social skills, good manners and respect for others
- To develop a positive attitude toward school and learning
- To develop long-lasting curiosity
- To develop initiative and persistence
- To develop inner discipline and a sense of order