Principal’s message

Welcome to SIE.K!

Educational Philosophy and Vision

SIE.K thinks of our children as clear and transparent water. The education that we would like to share with you is an education that transports that clear water through valleys until it forms a lake, from the lake it follows a river and proceeds to the ocean. Through the twists and turns of this journey, we fill an immense ocean of our children's clear water with starlight!
That is the direction that SIE.K is heading now.

How do we do it?
A developmentally appropriate curriculum:
Children who learn not just through books, but through real experiences

Each month has a monthly theme and four weekly sub-themes. When exploring these themes, children learn through directly touching and interacting with materials prepared to enrich their learning experiences.
This curriculum provides a variety of experiences and learning opportunities throughout each day of learning. While living in an educational environment called English, the best learning occurs without students even knowing that it happened.

How do we do it?
A developmentally appropriate curriculum:
Children who learn not just through books, but through real experiences

Each month has a monthly theme and four weekly sub-themes. When exploring these themes, children learn through directly touching and interacting with materials prepared to enrich their learning experiences.
This curriculum provides a variety of experiences and learning opportunities throughout each day of learning. While living in an educational environment called English, the best learning occurs without students even knowing that it happened.

A developmentally appropriate curriculum:
Children who learn not just through books, but through real experiences

Each month has a monthly theme and four weekly sub-themes. When exploring these themes, children learn through directly touching and interacting with materials prepared to enrich their learning experiences.
This curriculum provides a variety of experiences and learning opportunities throughout each day of learning. While living in an educational environment called English, the best learning occurs without students even knowing that it happened.

Small class sizes

In SIE.K classrooms, there are always two classroom teachers in charge of the children. Also, there is a hallway teacher who acts like 'Mom' at school. This teacher monitors the health of the children and assists them with daily functions that young children still need help with from time to time.
A low teacher-to-student ratio allows teachers to keep their focus on teaching children. This low ratio allows us to encourage children to explore and progress at their own pace while they continue to grow socially, physically, emotionally, and intellectually.

Commitment to safety

At SIE.K, we are always thinking about the safety of our children. That is why, to protect our children from unfamiliar situations, we only hire qualified staff and ensure that all of our doors are accessible only through a security card. Also, we hold monthly fire drills so that students are both prepared and can calmly cope with disaster situations.

Partnership with family

Teachers at SIE.K seek to form strong partnerships with parents. Teachers communicate with parents through their blog homepage to address any questions that parents have and also to share information about student’s development. At SIE.K, when our students encounter strange situations, we want to share the same voice as parents to cheer them on and then watch as they overcome any challenge with an independent spirit.


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