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Where We Are Going Today: Bear Hugs: A place where learning is fun

Author: Fri, 2018-05-04 03:11

Bear Hugs was one of the first preschool services in Saudi Arabia to provide an all-encompassing, fun and nurturing learning environment for children.

Since its inception in Jeddah in 2003, it has offered a diverse educational curriculum that revolves around helping children to learn while they enjoy themselves.

The unique teaching philosophy is based on giving the youngsters practical experiences and opportunities for self-discovery within carefully monitored and safe indoor and outdoor environments.

The motto of Bear Hugs is “A place where learning is fun.” For more than 15 years, its multinational faculty and staff of assistants have maintained a fun and safe learning environment for more than 120 students each year, between the ages of 2 and 6 years old, across four levels.

Mindful that the children are having their first schooling experiences, Bear Hugs lets the values of kindness and patience dictate each childs learning curve, in the belief that the best way to foster a bright future for a child is simply to create the right atmosphere to inspire one. Faculty and staff members constantly encourage the youngsters to develop the strong foundations of social skills, self-esteem and self-confidence, while sharing their excitement about learning, and praising successes.

For children to successfully acquire knowledge at such a young age, Bear Hugs believes play is an important part of learning, which is why each day is carefully planned to support a childs growth and development with frequent fun outdoor themed activities to supplement the time in classrooms.

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