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What is Pre-primary Education?

Pre-primary education is part of the life-long learning path that begins at home and in early childhood education, and continues after pre-primary education in basic education.

Pre-primary education aims to promote children’s development and learning facilities, as well as to boost their social skills and healthy self-esteem together with their families. Pre-primary education is obligatory, goal-oriented and based on Lempäälä’s pre-primary education curriculum. A learning plan will be compiled for all children together with the children and their parents.

In pre-primary education, children experience and learn new things as part of a peer group. Pre-primary education consists of learning modules—of various scope and implementation—that are based on the children's interests as well as on pre-primary education's shared goals. In pre-primary education, learning takes place largely through play, and there is always time for play during the pre-primary education day. In addition to play, different experiential and operational approaches offer experiences and boost the children's motivation to learn.

The joy of learning

During the preschool year, the child's perceptions of themselves as a learner and as a member of the group are laid. Finding and maintaining the joy and motivation of learning is one of the most important tasks of preschool education. Pre-primary education plays an important role in supporting the role of the child's future schoolchild and the adoption of the school culture.

Class of Vinnikka five importants:

- children are naturally knowledge-minded
- children develop and learn at different speeds
- work/learning joy develops self-esteem
- encouraging, motivating and safe atmosphere
- the joy of learning

What we paractice in preschool?

During the year, a wide range of important skills are practiced, which are needed both in school and throughout life. The most important goals of pre-primary education are to strengthen the child's self-esteem and positive self-image through positive learning experiences, as well as to practice working in a group and social skills. A wide range of self-help skills, self-regulation skills and own control skills are also key things to practice. In pre-primary education, the child acquires basic knowledge, skills and competences from different areas of learning. One of the tasks of pre-primary education is to map information about the child's development, learning abilities and habits, so that his or her studies at school start as smoothly as possible.

The key course of action in preschool education is play. There is time for play during the preschool day, and learning is largely done through play. In addition to play, experiential and functional working methods provide experiences and strengthen children's motivation to learn. Pre-primary education is an integrated teaching consisting of different kinds of learning modules of different dimensions and implemented in different ways. The starting point for the implementation of learning modules is children's interests and common goals set for pre-primary education.

How does pre-primary education support school start-ups?

The upcoming start of school is one of the biggest changes in a child's life. The preschool year supports the start of a child's school by introducing the child to the culture of the school and the important skills needed at the school. käyttää vain välttämättömiä evästeitä istunnon ylläpitämiseen ja anonyymiin tekniseen tilastointiin. ei koskaan käytä evästeitä markkinointiin tai kerää yksilöityjä tilastoja. Lisää tietoa evästeistä