Early Years

Early Years

Overview

The AES Early Years program is run by internationally trained Montessori specialists heading a team of skilled staff members who help your child maneuver life at school in the best way possible.

The program is divided into three years:

students accepted into this must be between 2.5 to 3.5 years of age. It is preferable for your child to be fully potty-trained at the time of acceptance. The junior year has trained care-givers who look after the children who are not potty-trained.

the senior year is designed for children between the ages of 3.5 to 4.5 years old.

Advanced Montessori the Advanced Year prepares children of ages 4.5 to 5.5 for induction into Primary Education.

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Curriculum

The Early Years Program at AES is equipped with state-of-the-art Montessori classrooms that help simulate daily life for the child in an effort to encourage children to engage with the world around them in a controlled environment suited to their tastes & comprehension skills.

The Early Years Program is driven by brainstorming games and activities that enhance the children’s innate abilities and help parents and teachers recognize each individual child’s strengths & weaknesses. The children participate in Energy-Burning Time & Circle Time on a daily basis, which helps them focus on the tasks at hand without exhausting them.

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Info for Parents

Our team offers trainings to parents who are sending firstborns to school, helping them understand how to rework the child’s routine at home to help her/him adjust to the new routine before their first term at school begins. Instructors, Counsellors and resources are readily available for parents facing pre-term blues.

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Learning from Learners

For our instructors in the Early Years Program, teaching is simultaneously a process of learning from their students. As the children grow and develop into better versions of themselves, more skilled and more enabled, so do the instructors. This symbiotic relationship helps strengthen the bond between the child and the instructor, and in turn creates space for both parents and instructors in the inner world of the child.

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Religious Education

Love Islam™ is a program that works alongside the Early Years Program at AES to seamlessly infuse academia with basic Islamic teachings and prayers that a Muslim needs as they go about their daily life, and helps prepare the child for further education – both social, religious and scientific – in the best manner possible.

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Early Years

Overview

The AES Early Years program is run by internationally trained Montessori specialists heading a team of skilled staff members who help your child maneuver life at school in the best way possible.

The program is divided into three years:

  • Junior Montessori; students accepted into this must be between 2.5 to 3.5 years of age. It is preferable for your child to be fully potty-trained at the time of acceptance. The junior year has trained care-givers who look after the children who are not potty-trained.
  • Senior Montessori; the senior year is designed for children between the ages of 3.5 to 4.5 years old.
  • Advanced Montessori the Advanced Year prepares children of ages 4.5 to 5.5 for induction into Primary Education.

Curriculum

The Early Years Program at AES is equipped with state-of-the-art Montessori classrooms that help simulate daily life for the child in an effort to encourage children to engage with the world around them in a controlled environment suited to their tastes & comprehension skills.

The Early Years Program is driven by brainstorming games and activities that enhance the children’s innate abilities and help parents and teachers recognize each individual child’s strengths & weaknesses. The children participate in Energy-Burning Time & Circle Time on a daily basis, which helps them focus on the tasks at hand without exhausting them.

Info for Parents

Our team offers trainings to parents who are sending firstborns to school, helping them understand how to rework the child’s routine at home to help her/him adjust to the new routine before their first term at school begins. Instructors, Counsellors and resources are readily available for parents facing pre-term blues.

Learning from Learners

For our instructors in the Early Years Program, teaching is simultaneously a process of learning from their students. As the children grow and develop into better versions of themselves, more skilled and more enabled, so do the instructors. This symbiotic relationship helps strengthen the bond between the child and the instructor, and in turn creates space for both parents and instructors in the inner world of the child.

Religious Education

Love Islam™ is a program that works alongside the Early Years Program at AES to seamlessly infuse academia with basic Islamic teachings and prayers that a Muslim needs as they go about their daily life, and helps prepare the child for further education – both social, religious and scientific – in the best manner possible.

Overview

The AES Early Years program is run by internationally trained Montessori specialists heading a team of skilled staff members who help your child maneuver life at school in the best way possible.

The program is divided into three years:

  • Junior Montessori; students accepted into this must be between 2.5 to 3.5 years of age. It is preferable for your child to be fully potty-trained at the time of acceptance. The junior year has trained care-givers who look after the children who are not potty-trained.
  • Senior Montessori; the senior year is designed for children between the ages of 3.5 to 4.5 years old.
  • Advanced Montessori the Advanced Year prepares children of ages 4.5 to 5.5 for induction into Primary Education.

Curriculum

The Early Years Program at AES is equipped with state-of-the-art Montessori classrooms that help simulate daily life for the child in an effort to encourage children to engage with the world around them in a controlled environment suited to their tastes & comprehension skills.

The Early Years Program is driven by brainstorming games and activities that enhance the children’s innate abilities and help parents and teachers recognize each individual child’s strengths & weaknesses. The children participate in Energy-Burning Time & Circle Time on a daily basis, which helps them focus on the tasks at hand without exhausting them.

Info for Parents

Our team offers trainings to parents who are sending firstborns to school, helping them understand how to rework the child’s routine at home to help her/him adjust to the new routine before their first term at school begins. Instructors, Counsellors and resources are readily available for parents facing pre-term blues.

Learning from Learners

For our instructors in the Early Years Program, teaching is simultaneously a process of learning from their students. As the children grow and develop into better versions of themselves, more skilled and more enabled, so do the instructors. This symbiotic relationship helps strengthen the bond between the child and the instructor, and in turn creates space for both parents and instructors in the inner world of the child.

Religious Education

Love Islam™ is a program that works alongside the Early Years Program at AES to seamlessly infuse academia with basic Islamic teachings and prayers that a Muslim needs as they go about their daily life, and helps prepare the child for further education – both social, religious and scientific – in the best manner possible.