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Jigyasa means curiosity - the urge to know. It is this spontaneous quality which nature has so deftly embedded in each child that we, at Jigyasa, understand. We invite parents to join us and take a peep into the children's world of wondrous enchantment, which is their reality. The curriculum at Jigyasa keeps pace with the world of today while equipping children with the skills they need for the future - not only in terms of academics, but also as complete individuals who are ready to take on challenges that they may be faced with throughout life. The curriculum has been designed keeping in mind the 21st Century Learner. It has a harmonious blend of of best practices currently being used in early years settings. It covers seven main areas of development in children, with pedagogical support of Reggio Emilia and Montessori Principles. The philosophy of both these systems is based on the following principles: Each of our children come into this world with an inbuilt learning programme provided by nature and therefore need some control over the direction of their learning An effective learning environment will support the unfolding of this programme. In order to make this possible, children must be able to learn through experiences of touching, moving, listening, seeing and hearing Children have a relationship with other children and with different physical material in their environment which they must be allowed to explore Children must have endless ways and opportunities to express themselves The carefully planned learning environment is crucial to both Reggio Emilia and Montessori pedagogy and often referred to as the 'third teacher'. The classrooms are extended learning spaces, which we, the educators, plan and equip in order to enable the children to work at skills required to reach their developmental goals with a minimum of adult imposition. Lessons thus learnt are never forgotten.