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프란치스코 외국인 유치원 (Franciscan Foreign Kindergarten)

  • 2021-01-20 11:33:04
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프란치스코 외국인 유치원

(Franciscan Foreign Kindergarten)

 

Age Group : Kindergarten

Location : 90 Hannam-daero, Yongsan-gu, Seoul

             (서울특별시 용산구 한남대로 90)

Foundation : 1975

Education Language : English

 

Age Requirement 

  Play School

   - 28 months old by  August 31(of each school year)

   - Child must be sufficiently mature to benefit from our program

  Pre-School

   - 3 years old by August 31 (of each school year)

   - Must be toilet trained and be able to use the rest room with adult supervision

  K-1

   - 4 years old by August 31 (of each school year)

   - The child must be fully toilet trained and be able to use the bathroom without adult supervision

   - Kindergarten 1 students are accepted on a three-week trial basis

  K-2

   - 5 years old by August 31 (of each school year)

   - Kindergarten 2 students are accepted on a three-week trial basis

 

 Toilet Training

    All children accepted at Franciscan Foreign Kindergarten must be fully toilet trained. Diapers may not be worn at school. Children should be able to express to teachers when they need to visit the toilet. If a child shows signs of not being toilet trained such as frequently wetting their clothes, parents will be asked to keep their child home until they are fully toilet trained.(with the exemption of students between 24~29 months enrolled into Playschool program)

 

Curriculum :

  Care for Self and Others

     Self Acceptance - Recognize that we are all different but special in our own ways. Children are encouraged to be the best that they can be and that they can learn through making mistakes.

     Self Acceptance - Develop understanding of our bodies and how we can care for them through food, exercise and good hygiene.

     Self Acceptance - Develop awareness of the value of resources that are made to available to us both natural and manmade, and explore how we can reuse and recycle.

     Self Acceptance - Learn to listen and think about others point of view.

     Self Discipline - Learn to think about the effects of our actions on others and to control actions if they will have negative impact on others.

     Accepting Challengers - A can do, have a go attitude is encouraged while ensuring that they understand that it is ok to ask for help. 

     Accepting ChallengersEncourage children to take pride in their small achievements, such as putting on their own shoes, hanging up their coat, eating their food by themselves.

  Explore and Create

    The world of books and reading helps us to learn about the world we live in and opens up exciting new imaginary worlds. Children will access a wide variety of texts through listening and talking and gradually through exploring sounds and letters and talking about texts develop the reading skills that will in time allow them to access information held in texts
by themselves.

     Inquire and Investigate - Develop a curiosity about the world we live in, natural and manmade with all its diverse wonders. Some of our explorations will be led by the natural cycles we experience during the school year such as the Seasons, others through discussion with children about their interests. Through discussion about ourselves, our family, our community we can begin to appreciate the diversity of the world we live in and the cultures and languages that surround us.

     Create and Construct - Explore lines, texture, color, pattern, shape. Experiment with mark marking through drawing, painting, Explore 3D objects through constructing with objects such as blocks. Engage in and develop imaginary scenarios and role play.

     Music and movement - Explore sounds and musical patterns. Explore tempo and dynamics. Explore movement. Listen to and memorizing simple songs and musical patterns. Explore how music can provoke thoughts and feelings.

     Drawing and Writing - Are an extension and progression of the above areas, through creativity and construction and music and movement, children develop muscle strength and motor skills as well as thinking,talking and listening skills that will help them when it comes to the time to start expressing themselves through writing.

 

About us :

FFK takes its name from the founder of the Franciscan Fathers, St. Francis. Francis was born in Assisi, Italy in 1182 into a rich family. In order to put his ideal of love into practice, he gave up everything he had to the poor and began his mission in an area which was very troubled by wars and poverty. The Franciscan Fathers have continued his mission down through the centuries and today they dedicate their work to alleviating the sufferings of the poor, to the missions, to the education of young people;
especially the little, and to social work. Here in Korea they have schools for the handicapped, homes for the elderly and they also work with patients of leprosaria. Their motto is LOVE FOR ALL especially the smallest.
Located directly off of the main Hannam-dong Street our campus includes 2 buildings, 2 spacious outdoor playground, 2 indoor playgrounds, wading pool, and a rooftop garden. The classrooms and school are newly renovated, offering a child-centered and inquiry-based education for toddlers through kindergarten age children. Our Play School building is specifically designed for our toddler program with spacious learning centers, napping room and an indoor playground suitable for toddlers. Our main building, adjacent to our outdoor playground, contains our school office, as well as all preschool through kindergarten and specialist classrooms, activity room, Library and our indoor playground.

Stop by anytime for a visit to experience what we are all about. You will see the Franciscan community and children engaged in our program.

 

http://www.ffkseoul.com

+82-2-798-2195

ffk@ffkseoul.com

 

 

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