Blooming Buds Buddy Club - Playgroup

Buddy Club

Blooming Buds Buddy Club for Playgroup

What is a Buddy Club ?

Buddy Club is a joyful place where children learn through play. Here they are taught the importance of pre - school skills of social interaction, a longing to discover and learn a sense of identity and self - independence, physical awareness and control and enjoyment of language, music and sharing with others.

Buddy Club is a willingness program that serves as an evolution between home and school. The children are given the comfort and security of a parent or other caregiver.

Infants and toddlers need to develop relationships with their caregivers which are supportive, nurturing, trusting and all these are taken care of. Buddy Club is the first step of a child towards having a free experience away from home.

Aim

1Buddy Club provides a place for well thought - out play for children. Studying children, which are the heart of assessment, help teachers discern why children do what they do, what makes them smile and laugh, and what tasks are difficult for them. One should gain respect for the child's strengths and challenges, feel connected to them, and come to appreciate each child's individuality. These social relationships provide the foundation for learning.


2Buddy Club provides a place for well thought - out play for children. Studying children, which are the heart of assessment, help teachers discern why children do what they do, what makes them smile and laugh, and what tasks are difficult for them. One should gain respect for the child's strengths and challenges, feel connected to them, and come to appreciate each child's individuality. These social relationships provide the foundation for learning.


3Buddy Club provides a place for well thought - out play for children. Studying children, which are the heart of assessment, help teachers discern why children do what they do, what makes them smile and laugh, and what tasks are difficult for them. One should gain respect for the child's strengths and challenges, feel connected to them, and come to appreciate each child's individuality. These social relationships provide the foundation for learning.

  • Promoting imagination.
  • A love of learning.
  • Providing the confidence to be independent.
  • Developing a sense of achievement.
  • Creating interest in language and music.
  • Building self - reliance for social interaction.
Age

Children aged 1.5 years to 3 years.

Duration

Five times a week for 2 hours for 10 months.

Staff for the Program

1 Teacher and 1 Assistant per 15 children.

Record of Child's Work

There will be a file maintained for every child in which all details about the child would be noted. Infants and toddlers grow and change at a rapid pace. With careful observation the assessment reveals the child's progress.

Our programs keep track of children's developmental progress. The teacher will make a record of what the child likes / dislikes, which activity interests the child the most, how has the child progressed etc. Day to day activities will be retained and handed to the parents when they come for the Parent-Teacher meet. Written progress of the child will be handed to the parents at the end of the respective term.