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Children deserve the best start in life
and support in reaching their full potential

Our key-workers are trained to use characteristics of effective learning statements when planning for children’s individual needs. The Key-workers are inclusive, they are aware of the child’s individual needs, related to their culture, background, any learning disabilities, ability, dietary requirements and sensitivities and ensure they are met. English is spoken throughout the day.

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Because social and emotional development is as important as the cognitive development, our educational approach at BritAcademy focuses on developing children's adaptability, creativity and emotional balance, as well as critical thinking.

Children are being involved in games and projects that encourage cooperation; they learn about empathy and how to efficiently manage their feelings, thus establishing positve relationships with their peers, parents and teachers

Interest centres

Self- awareness centre

Self- awareness centre

At BritAcademy, we guide children in understanding their own and others’ feelings and develop their ability to be empathetic

Arts and crafts centre

Arts and crafts centre

Children develop their fine and gross motor skills and improve their ability to use bilateral coordination.

Drama centre

Drama centre

Through role play, we help children improve their vocabulary and set up positive relationships, while building self-esteem

Quiet centre

Quiet centre

Children are encouraged to take the first steps towards literacy

Building centre

Building centre

Children learn and about shapes and sizes;they practice comparison, measurement, and classification

Daily schedule

  • 8.00- 9.00 –Open – 9:00 a.m. arrival and breakfast Children participate in quiet activities and eat breakfast. As children finish breakfast, they can visit interest centres until most children have arrived and are finished eating.
  • 9.00- 10.30 – Carpet time. Children come together for the Morning Routine Activities as well as a featured whole-group activity
  • 10.30- 11.00 – Learning Centers and Small-Group Activities Children choose from learning center activities in these learning centers: blocks, creative arts, dramatic play, library, math and manipulatives, science and sensory, and writing. This time often includes small-group activities
  • 11.00 - Fruit snack
  • 11.15- 12.30 – Nature time Outdoor Play Children enjoy structured and unstructured play outdoors
  • 12.30- 13.00 – Lunch
  • 14.00- 16.00 – Rest Time and Quiet Work Time Most children nap or rest quietly. As children wake up, they can select from a variety of quiet activities, such as playing, drawing, writing, and looking at books
  • 16.30- 16.45 – Story time and snack
  • 16.45-17.30 – Centre time/Aikido/Drama
  • 17.00-18.00 – Nature time Mai mult

Enrollment

We enroll children twice a year: in September and in April


    Fees for academic year 2017-2018:

  • Short day, lunch included: 1200 lei
  • Long day, clubs included: 1500 lei

Creating a stimulating environment

The environment plays a key role in supporting and extending children’s development and learning. Enabling environments encourage children to play because they feel relaxed, comfortable and ‘at home’ in them. When children feel emotionally safe and secure they are able to explore and find out about the place they are in and the things they can see, touch, manoeuvre or manipulate. At BritAcademy, we provide a safe enabling environment for all children

Emotional development

Children are observed during play and in social interactions with other children. Based on these observations key-workers identify strength areas and areas where children need improvement.

Physical development and nature time

Outdoors children picture themselves as planes ready to take off; it also the place where they plant a tree or build a bird house

Transparency and communication

A child education must be a partnership between parents and educators; thus, we consider transparent communication as an essential factor that should involve all parties