At EuroKids, we work towards exploring the innate potential of each child believing each child to be unique. Our goal is to stimulate their curiosity, guide them to explore, help them to acquire skills and instill the joy of learning which would set the tone for the rest of their lives.
Our programs incorporate an integrated curriculum that promotes learning primarily through music, art, drama, dance, projects, discover centers, computer activities, field trips, outdoor play and adventure.
Children’s play can be divided into categories, but the types of play often overlap.
Dramatic — Fantasy-directed play with dressing up in costumes, assuming roles as characters, using toys to represent characters in stories, creating imaginary settings, and pretending to take on the roles of adults.
Manipulative — Holding and handling small toys often used to build objects but also found in puzzles, characters, beads, etc.
Physical — Using the whole body in activities with bikes, balls, jump ropes, hoops, play structures, etc.
Creative — Using art materials such as paint, clay, markers, pencils, glue, etc. The play takes place in the process of using the materials, not in the end product.
To seek knowledge for its own sake and at the same time regularly ask Knowledge for what.
To be outstanding in its educational, human, social,spirtual and moral formation, as well as for its attention to its students and to the different group of people who work in it or are related to it.
To discover,shape renew and promote human wisdom,while at the same time respecting the integrity of disciplined scholarship.