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As part of the Refoundation of the School of the Republic initiated by the 2013 law, it is the kindergarten programs that were reformed in September 2015.
The nursery school: a cycle in its own right
- Since the beginning of the 2015 school year, kindergarten has become a full cycle and no longer straddles the elementary school. The large section is no longer considered a "small CP" with premature learning. Centered on social, emotional, motor, sensory and cognitive development, kindergarten puts priority on language, play and socialization. Its main mission: to give children the desire to learn, to develop their personality and to love school.
The 5 areas of the new program in kindergarten
1. Mobilize language in all its dimensions (mainly oral)
- The challenge is to reaffirm the essential place of language by stimulating the oral, to teach children to communicate with others and ensure their understanding of vocabulary by promoting exchanges between them and with them. In a large kindergarten section, they learn to form letters and identify the relationships between sounds and letters, but without pushing too far.
2. Act, express and understand through physical activity
- 30 to 40 minutes are devoted to physical activities to allow children to better know their body and contribute to their motor and sensory development. Another goal is to promote socialization and equality between girls and boys.
3. Act, express yourself and understand through artistic activities
- Drawing, painting, music, singing, mime, puppetry ... so many activities to introduce students to the different forms of expression and allow them to acquire a personal artistic culture.
4. Building the first tools to learn how to structure one's thinking
- Students discover numbers, learn quantities, shapes, orders of magnitude and have a first approach to geometry and measurement that will be taught in Cycles 2 and 3. The goal is for children to understand numbers rather than numbers. to know how to count very far.
5. Explore the world
- Activities are offered to children to learn to locate in time and space, explore the world of life (humans, animals, plants ...), objects and material (transfuse, cut, assemble ...).