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Studies beyond Classrooms at Harvest International School

Posted Sep 4, 2014 by Harvestinternational
Located at the beautiful city of Bengaluru, the school has built upon one of the finest infrastructure with all the facilities that a student wants.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Press Release) Sep 4, 2014 -- Harvest International School is a school that truly takes education beyond classrooms. The mission of the school is to provide a joyful learning environment that empowers children to reach their educational and personal potential while nurturing their self-confidence and self-esteem. Harvest International recognizes that each child is an individual; that all children are creative; that all children need to succeed and believes in the total development of each child: spiritual, moral, intellectual, social, emotional, and physical. School is the place where students understands and learns their talents, builds self-confidence.

Located at the beautiful city of Bangalore, the school has built upon one of the finest infrastructure with all the facilities that a student wants. They goals in providing a strong educational foundation that will serve a lifetime and give the students the advantage in their quest for a better future in the global community. For them Language is an integral part of social development, expression, feelings, thought process. It is very essential for communication. In a Montessori environment the four areas of linguistic development are Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing. It is integrated with other areas such as Exercise of practical life, Sensorial, Math, and Cultural Science.

Activities like circle time, three period lessons, storytelling, picture conversation, audio visual activities, thematic activities etc. are some of the activities which are done in Harvest Montessori to enhance communication skills. At Harvest, music & dance is believed to be the expression of the soul. They focus on basic lessons of Music & dance. The music & dance curriculum focuses on children learning basic music nodes, basic dance movements as it enables incredible coordination and fosters close relationships. At Harvest students are introduced to both Indian and Western music, vocal as well as instrumental music. All kinds of Dance forms like Indian contemporary, Hip Hop, Jazz etc. are introduced to children.

When it comes to sports they believe that bringing sports to young children in a fun filled, engaging method to increase their knowledge. They have a carefully researched and developed set of activities with colorful props to develop the fine and gross motor skills of our children along with enhancement of their physical development and health. Each session includes warm-up, floor exercises, and weekly sports activities, stretching and cool-down. This will make children get used to regular sports routine leading to their fitness and wellbeing. Children enjoy the exercises in structured format that introduces them to a wide variety of sports and builds coordination, balance and confidence.

The Montessori approach was designed to help children grow by letting them explore the world around them. Classrooms are called "prepared environments" where children's innate zeal for learning is encouraged allowing them opportunities to choose among an array of purposeful activities to work on with the guidance of a trained adult. The classroom is composed of several learning areas: practical life, sensorial, language, math’s, science and cultural subjects. The abundance of materials makes it possible for the children to exercise more self-direction and independent work than is usually possible in a traditional class room. These are some of the specialty of the school. Visit
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Issued By : Harvest International School
Website : International Schools In Bangalore
Country : India
Categories : Education
Last Updated : Sep 4, 2014

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