School-age children's thinking skills become increasingly sophisticated as they encounter new people, places, and ideas. They develop the ability to learn in abstract ways from books, art, movies, and experiences. Just as children's bodies grow through the school-age years, their brains are growing too. You will see major changes in a child's thinking skills between the ages of five and twelve years old.
To facilitate the child’s intellectual development, we at RES provide them learning opportunities through:-
Physical & Mental Development:
The development of the brain is influenced by many factors, including a child’s relationships, experiences and environment. A child’s brain undergoes an amazing period of development from birth to three—producing more than a million neural connections each second. To facilitate the child’s mental development, we at RES provide them learning opportunities through:-
Indoor and Outdoor Games
Social Development focuses on the need to “put people first” in development processes. Social development involves learning the values, knowledge and skills that enable children to relate to others effectively and to contribute in positive ways to family, school and the community. This kind of learning is passed on to children directly by those who care for and teach them, as well as indirectly through social relationships within the family or with friends, and through children’s participation in the culture around them. We at RES aim to accelerate the social development in our children through:-
Social Awareness Campaign
Recent studies have documented the stages of aesthetic development through which individuals progress. In this study, children’s aesthetic development is explored through different games, gymnastics and life skills. Art, expressed through various forms, is a foundational and invaluable aspect of society. Art surrounds and inhabits the choices that individuals make every day; choosing a clothing ensemble, selecting a decorative floral arrangement, preferring certain wall adornments, all require conscious artistic decisions. The purpose of art in our lives remains central to the process of making artistic choices. We typically depend on art to provide beauty, expressiveness, style, and formal qualities. Our increasingly sophisticated understandings of the various components directly contribute to our aesthetic development. We at RES aim to boast the aesthetic development in our children through:-
Art and Craft Sessions
Cultural Activities and Events like Annual Day, Navratri Celebration, Independence Day and Republic Day Celebrations, etc.
Physical development is the process that starts in human infancy and continues into late adolescent concentrating on gross and fine motor skills as well as puberty. Physical development involves developing control over the body, particularly muscles and physical coordination. To facilitate the child’s physical development, we at RES provide them learning opportunities through:-
How do we know the difference between right and wrong? Moral development refers to the ways we distinguish right from wrong as we grow and mature. Moral development is the process through which children develop proper attitudes and behaviours toward other people in society, based on social and cultural norms, rules, and laws. They get to learn, to do their bit towards correcting the wrong. We at RES aim to boast the aesthetic development in our children through:-