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Creative Hearts School Pedagogy Methodology

1. Child-Centered Learning with Islamic Values

Our pedagogy places children at the center of their learning journey, infused with Islamic teachings, values, and principles. We aim to instill a deep love and understanding of Allah in every child, fostering a sense of spirituality and connection to their faith from a young age.

2. Holistic Development with Al-Ghazali Curriculum

Inspired by the teachings of Imam Al-Ghazali, our curriculum emphasizes holistic development encompassing intellect, spirituality, character, and morality. Through the Al-Ghazali curriculum, children explore Islamic ethics, virtues, and teachings that guide them toward leading fulfilling and righteous lives.

3. Hands-On Exploration of Islamic Concepts

We provide hands-on, experiential learning opportunities for children to engage with Islamic concepts and teachings. Through interactive activities, stories from the Quran and Hadith, and exploration of Islamic traditions, children develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of their faith.

4. Integrated Curriculum Reflecting Islamic Principles

Our curriculum integrates Islamic teachings and principles into various subject areas, themes, and activities. Children learn about the importance of generosity, compassion, and kindness through stories of Prophets and role models from Islamic history, fostering a sense of empathy and social responsibility.

5. Play-Based Approach with Islamic Values

Play is infused with Islamic values and teachings, providing children with opportunities to express their creativity, imagination, and spirituality. From role-playing scenarios from the life of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) to engaging in acts of charity and kindness, play becomes a means for children to embody Islamic principles in their daily lives.

6. Inquiry and Discovery Rooted in Islamic Ethics

We encourage children to inquire, question, and explore the world around them through the lens of Islamic ethics and morality. Guided by the principles of curiosity, critical thinking, and reflection, children embark on a journey of discovery that deepens their understanding of Allah’s creation and their role as stewards of the Earth.

7. Collaborative Learning with Islamic Values

Collaboration is fostered within our classrooms, guided by Islamic values of cooperation, respect, and mutual support. Children work together on projects, discussions, and activities that promote teamwork, communication, and problem-solving skills, mirroring the spirit of unity and brotherhood in Islam.

8. Assessment for Learning Aligned with Islamic Principles

Our assessment practices are rooted in Islamic values of fairness, compassion, and justice. We assess children’s progress through observation, reflection, and meaningful dialogue, recognizing their unique strengths and abilities as gifts from Allah.

9. Cultural Responsiveness Grounded in Islamic Teachings

We celebrate diversity within our school community, honoring the cultural backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives of all children. Our curriculum reflects the universal values of Islam that promote inclusivity, tolerance, and respect for others.

10. Teacher Professionalism and Growth Anchored in Islamic Ethics

Our educators are committed to ongoing professional development guided by Islamic ethics and principles. They engage in continuous learning, self-reflection, and collaboration to deepen their understanding of Islam and enhance their teaching practice, embodying the values of lifelong learning and growth advocated by Islam.


Questions and answers

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What is the tuition policy for extended leaves or travel?

Our leave of absence policy covers situations where families need to take extended leaves. Please refer to our Leave of Absence Policy for detailed information. In summary, when a leave of absence is taken for two weeks or more, tuition is reduced to 50%, provided that the school is notified in advance with a minimum of two weeks' notice or one month's notice. Failure to provide adequate notice may result in full tuition for the subsequent month.

Is there a minimum enrollment requirement for preschool?

Yes, the minimum enrollment requirement is three days for part-time enrollment. Our part-time options are available for either nine to one or nine to three, with a minimum of three days per week considered part-time enrollment.

Do you provide hot meals for children?

Currently, we do not offer hot meals. However, we provide morning snacks. Parents are encouraged to pack lunch for their children, especially if they have dietary preferences or restrictions. While we have a menu for morning snacks, we do not offer substitutions.

How do you address challenging behavior in children?

At Creative Hearts, we approach challenging behavior with love, compassion, and understanding. We do not believe in punishment or timeouts. Instead, children are redirected and offered a "thinking spot" within the classroom where they can calm themselves with quiet activities. If a pattern of behavior persists, parents are notified, and a meeting is arranged. Bullying is taken seriously, and our teachers are trained to address it with kindness and understanding, involving parents as necessary. We prioritize problem-solving and communication over punitive measures.

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