I. National Curriculum

Based on the Education Unit Level Curriculum that is used by KB & TKK ORA et LABORA and developed in accordance with the School Motto “Create Stars in GOD’s Hands”. In God’s hands, we shape high performing stars for the glory of God’s name and certainly for themselves and for others.

To achieve these objectives, the school has developed a National Curriculum in which English began to be applied in simple manners in the Teaching and Learning Activities. It starts from simple words and themes per semester until the topics to be given.

II. Basic Skills

1. Development of Language Use

The Teaching Learning process will be delivered on Bilingual basis (Eng-Ind). Simple instruction s or words in English will be used for daily interaction in the classroom or within the school environment. Educators will always help the children to develop their English speaking ability. We are aware and must try to customize the use of English.

Bahasa Indonesia will also be taught to. Correct reading, correct writing, good listening and speaking with respectful and polite speech are in compliance with Christian values.

In inculcating the delight in reading in the students, we add the story telling hours, in which the children listen to stories from the teacher or read books by themselves and explain them in simple terms to the class.

2. Cognitive Development

Means mental growth, such as memorizing, understanding, applying anything they know into new situations and create new ideas.

Cognitive learning includes Ability to Catch, Language Concept, Mathematics, Numeric Concepts and all of Thinking Capabilities, such as: Cause and Effect, Relationship, Understanding views, Interests of others.

3. Physical/Motoric Development

Children highly need physical activities. They learn through what they do, through exploration, moving and using their bodies and objects around them. This daily activity includes identifying parts of the body, running, rope skipping, jumping, body balance, bending, muscle stretching, throwing, catching and kicking.

4. Aesthetic Development.

This development is also part of development of children’s awareness of natural beauty and artificial environment.

III. Customization Learning

1. Moral

Moral is knowledge relating to formation of human character and behavior. To instill good character and behavior based on Christian values ​​requires cooperation of all parties who are school community.

2. Religion

Children will be introduced to their Savior. Children will be taught to fear God. Children will be introduced to religious leaders who have incredible life in their time and can be an example and blessing in the children’s life.

3. Social

Children are indoctrinated to have social spirit, when they realize that they do not live alone. Socializing is something that plays the most important role to grow a sense of social to children.

4. Emotional

Playing plays a role in social emotional development of the children. Besides increasing independence and responsibility, through playing the children will learn to share, wait for turn and cooperate in a group.

5. Independency

Children need to develop identity and positive tolerance toward other people who have different opinion or experience from theirs. Children must be able to keep their own belongings in their lockers, tidy up toys after playing, take their own lunch box, go to the toilet by themselves, wear their own shoes.

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