Learner Centric Approach

Kangaroo Kids vision is to develop a quest for Unique learning experience for children. Research has shown that this is not possible without the learner's prior engagement and conditions which encourage learning. We achieve this in myriad ways - from our classrooms and our equipment in developing a proper research based curriculum which is upgraded constantly.

The most important aspects of the learner centric approach are:

1. Better Teacher-Child Ratio
2. Safe and Supportive Classroom
3. Inclusion Policy
4. Periodic Training and Development for Teachers

The quality of teachers is also of equal importance. Apart from ensuring that our teachers are highly qualified and trained, our recruitment process ensures that the selected individuals have qualities which invoke learning and leave a positive influence on students and respect for all children

Concept development

Our teaching methodology is based on the undisputed commitment that children enjoy learning through play, hands on activities and interaction with others.

Our programme follows an international curriculum that focuses on the sensory modalities which stimulates the emotional, social, cognitive and physical development of the child through visual, kinesthetic and auditory techniques maximizing the leaning potential of our children.

Our curriculum emphasises active learning and provides a system that leads to the acquisition of both knowledge and skills that enthuses and equips each child to identify, create, initiate and successfully manage learning opportunities.and respect for all children

Student-Teacher ratio

Kangaroo Kids has a very high teacher student ratio at all levels. Our students benefit from ample support and guidance, which facilitates their transition from dependence to interdependence and to independence. This order of growing independence ultimately helps children to enhance their learning process.

Superior quality standards

At Kangaroo Kids we have exhaustive guidelines, policies and an internal yearly school improvement plan which are carefully designed to maintain high quality of standards. Kangaroo Kids also follows the guide to high quality service standards recommended by the Ministry of Education in Gulf Countries.

In addition to our in-house training we have a visiting professional training team specializing in Early Years Education.Professional development sessions are built into the Academic Calendar and teachers are regularly mentored and monitored to deliver the best.

Our goals

Kangaroo Kids difference

1. To create a purpose for learning
2. To allow children to be thinkers, innovators and problem solvers
3. To provide quality education within a safe and stress free environment
4. To create a dynamic, caring, teaching & learning environment that values the whole child
5. To foster self-esteem through relationships with adults who express acceptance and respect for all children

Our vision

'Kangaroo Kids is an innovative, vibrant, creative and energetic organization where each one of us strives through our practice to wholeheartedly serve children and make every learning moment a joyful, effective and meaningful one.'

Our mission

Our aim is to create schools and learning environments that exist and operate programmes for all individual learners allowing them to reach their maximum potential.

Our curriculum

The most important difference about Kangaroo Kids lies in the theoretical underpinnings of the way we help children learn as opposed to teaching them. Implementation of our curriculum is the most crucial function of each and every Kangaroo Kids institution.

Research based curriculum

Every day, various branches of research throw up insights on child and adult learning. The unique thing about our curriculum is that the latest relevant research is synthesized and manifested in the learning process. This helps our curriculum highly engaging and relevant while following the guidelines of the respective authorities.

Our Methodology

1. Integrated Theme Based Approach
2. Curriculum Implementation
3. Bloom' s Taxonomy
4. Age Appropriate Development