"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world". Nelson Mandela
Early Education for children 1.8 years old to 4.11 years old
The program serves as a transition course for young children from the home to the school. Fully aware that a child’s development cannot be rushed, we follow a developmentally appropriate curriculum. Chinese is an option for students.
DAYS AND HOURS OF OPERATION AT NGA:
Monday to Thursdays 8:00-10:45 a.m. / Fridays 8:00-10:20 am (morning class)
A typical day would look like this
Circle time 8:15-830am Circle Time 8:15-830am
Math/Arts 8:30-9:10am Music and Movement 8:15-8:55am
Reading 9:10-9:50am Snack time 8:55-9:15am
Snack time 9:50-10:05am Gross Motor (PE) 9:15-9:55am
Language 10:05-10:45am Homeroom Time 9:55-10:20am
Dismissal Time 10:45am Dismissal Time 10:20am
Monday to Thursdays 12:30-3:45pm / On Fridays combine with morning class (afternoon class)
Circle Time 12:45-1:00pm
Snack Time 2:20-2:45pm
Dismissal Time 3:30pm
Our aim is to help children to develop self-control, self- confidence, and ultimately, self-discipline and sensitivity to others. Our methods are based on a positive, non-punitive approach.
Timing: Prompt arrival and departure are essential for the success and quality of the program. Please deliver your child to the teacher and fetch on time.
Pick up: we will release your children only to those people whose names you have given us. If there is an emergency, it is your responsibility to phone and notify the staff.
Health: if a child is too sick to participate fully in the program (indoors and outdoors), he /she should not be at school. Prescriptions drugs will dispensed on doctor’s instructions only.
Birthdays: will be acknowledged. If you wish to celebrate your child’s birthday at the center, please make early arrangements with the staff.
Meetings and Consultations will be scheduled. Generally, a parent – teacher meeting is scheduled four months after school opening and every three months thereafter.
Kinder - G6
Kindergarten – for children aged 5 years old.This is the first stage of formal schooling under the DepEd K12 program.
Taking off from our ECD Program, social, emotional, and physical development are further strengthened at this stage.
G1-G6 -Students study: English,Mathematics,Science,Filipino,Aralin Panlipunan (Social Studies),MAPEH (Music, Art, PE, and Health),Pangkabuhayan – (Home Economics and Livelihood), Pagkatao (Guidance). Progress Reports are rendered three times a year. Parents of children with exceptional needs will have consultations as often as their Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) are due for evaluation.
Multi-Grade/SPED/Pre-Voc/Alternative Delivery Mode (Home School)
We are committed to provide quality educational opportunities for all students.We employ a variety of instructional strategies to deliver services to our students. All students with exceptional needs are provided with Individualized Education Plan targetting specific areas of need, i.e. fine motor skills, cognitive skills, communication, and behavior. Students with physical and mobility needs are provided accomodations .
For these students several educational opportunities are provided, such as multi-level classes, pre-vocational programs, and life skills training.
On our staff are Occupational therapist, SPED specialist, Speech, and Communication and Behavior Therapist.
Home schooling is one of the services we offer for those that are unable to go to a regular school. We use the DepEd curriculum and with the help of the parents, students are able to continue their education.
To know more about home schooling, you can download our little powerpoint presentation. You can also download the application form in word and current rates .pdf format.