Early Years School
Considering All Aspects of a Child’s Development
Merosa Academy’s Early Years School provides a safe, accepting, and caring environment for our children’s intellectual, physical, emotional, and social development.
Our students are always keen to discover and learn new things. Our skilled educators immerse students in a variety of enjoyable, stimulating, and developmentally appropriate learning situations that encourage collaborative, hands-on, and experiential learning.
Our curriculum gives our students a solid foundation in literacy/phonics, numeracy, social studies, and scientific topics that are nicely integrated with additional disciplines as needed.
African history and culture, as well as research and technical skills, are woven throughout the curriculum. In addition to the basic homeroom topics, our students take Physical Education, Visual Arts, and Music lessons.
Emotional, Social, Physical & Cognitive.
Parents are actively involved in their child’s Early Years Division experience. There are numerous ways for our parents to get involved, ranging from chaperoning field trips to celebrating classroom and school-wide events. Faculty disseminate class information via newsletters and online postings.
In addition, official parent-teacher conferences are held twice a year. Parents will discover that establishing a solid and respectful partnership with their child’s instructors can assist to lay the finest basis for both current and future academic success.
ANTI-BULLYING POLICY/NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY:
Merosa Academy prohibits any discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying of any student based on the student’s actual race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex and gender.
Our School is large enough to support a diverse range of academic and extracurricular opportunities, but small enough to foster the connections and relationships that enable our students to succeed.
High-quality educational support to children and families with special needs in order to help them reach their full potential.
Our primary programme is focused on encouraging excellence. With an enhanced curriculum and a focus on character development and leadership.
As students prepare for the difficulties, rigors, responsibilities, and freedom of university and adult life, we encourage the development of independence and responsibility.
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