Play and learning – is there a connection?

In the Early Years programme, one of the challenges is the quintessential question- ‘What did you do in school today?’. One often hears the answer, “I enjoyed playing!” This is baffling for adults attuned to the idea of rote memorization and recall of information as learning. There is a misconception that play is frivolous and […]

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What makes Oakridge an ideal place for Early Years Education?

The only organ that is not fully developed at birth is the brain. It works according to the relationships, experiences, and circumstances. Child development is not predetermined, it is dynamic and an interactive process. Emotion, language, vision and so much more are at their development peak during the first 2000 days of a child’s life. […]

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School Readiness and Transition into Formal School

Quick tips to help children become comfortable in a new school The beginning of a school year often elicits mixed feelings in the hearts of young parents. There is elation at the child entering a formal school or many times a child transitioning into a new school. Along with this, there is a niggling sense […]

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Would you agree that robotics in academics is important?

While some people believe in the highly positive effects of robotics others are really concerned about how robots are taking over people. In today’s technology-driven world, robotics is gaining a lot of traction. We can’t deny how technology has changed everything people do things in every part of the world. From restaurants and industries to […]

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