THE THIRD TEACHER – CHILD FRIENDLY LEARNING SPACES @CUBBY TALES
At Cubby Tales, we firmly believe that a happy, dynamic and safe learning environment ensures positive learning experiences for our children.
HEALTHY AND SAFE!
Children can explore, experiment, play, use their abilities and develop new skills and knowledge in a safe and secure environment. The learning spaces are clean and well maintained to ensure unperturbed movement of children and educators.
EMPOWERING & RESPECTFUL!
The Learning Environment in itself empowers the Educators at Cubby Tales. Custom designed spaces for implementing various learning programs ensure that the learning environments add value to our programs.
Giving enough space beyond the four walls of a classroom to express to the children, teaching them the value of resources and sharing responsibility is all part of facility management at the Centre.
Our children have a strong sense of identity and belonging. The environment provides opportunities for experiencing ownership and upkeep of their independent space.
We believe that the physical environment at Cubby Tales is not just a backdrop to the curriculum, but rather it is a part of the curriculum. The learning environment is full of teaching and learning aids which invite children to touch, see and internalize. The environment is flexible and provides multiple opportunities to experience and engage. Encouraging Exploration, Analysing and decision making are all part of the engagements at Cubby Tales.
WELCOMING AND COMFORTABLE!
Cubby Tales ensures Child Friendly Learning Equipment Indoors as well as Outdoors; interactive walls and corridors, learning corners, cozy seating spaces, story zones and free space to run and play giving the children a feeling of warmth and homeliness.
Children learn from interacting with each other to develop social skills. Our environment encourages constructive collaboration enhancing team work. Conversations, Pretend Play, Theatre, Group Learning, Parent Involvement are all promoted by the learning environment