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CURRICULUM & ACADEMICS 

Starter

Korean Age   Western Age

         5                       4

14-16 Children Maximum

1 Teacher + 1 Assistant

Pre-Kindergarten

Korean Age   Western Age

         6                       5

16 Children Maximum

1 Teacher + 1 Assistant

Kindergarten

Korean Age   Western Age

         7                       6

16 Children Maximum

1 Teacher + 1 Assistant

GENERAL

EDUCATION

Reading, Writing, Math, Science, Art, Music

SOCIAL

SKILLS

Team Building, Relationships, Community

CHARACTER

DEVELOPMENT

Developing the whole child for life-long learning

ENGLISH

CULTURE

Curriculum, lessons, and activities are all in English

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LEARNING & EDUCATION

Fayston Kids incorporates the Common Core curriculum to ensure proper learning outcomes are met in each class for every student.  FPK is an English only program where all lessons and communication is in English.  Don't worry about your child not knowing any English.  FPK uses specific content and ELL Structures in lessons and throughout communication to make all ELL students comfortable as well as learn English quickly in an immersive environment.

PRIMARY COURSES

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I. LITERACY
II. MATHEMATICS
III. THEMED-BASED LEARNING (SCIENCE & SOCIAL STUDIES)
IV. PHYSICAL EDUCATION
V. ART
VI. MUSIC

EXTRACURRICULAR & ACTIVITIES

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I. BALLET
II. CLAY & CRAFT
III. KOREAN
IV. ROBOT CODING
V. TAEKWONDO
VI. FIELD TRIP
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TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Every teacher in the entire Fayston Family (Kindy through High School) has gone through Cooperative Learning training.  The FPK teachers have also gone through specialized Cooperative Learning For Kindy Kids training that helps them use this training with young learners.  All teachers receive monthly Coaching by the Fayston Director of Teaching & Learning, Chris Lowe.  By doing this, teachers are supported in implementing what they have learned in their training, funneling their knowledge into their lessons, and passing it along to the students.  
Teaching has evolved so much in the last decade due to research, brain science, and discoveries about retaining information.  For students to get the most learning out of their lessons, FPK has chosen to use the Cooperative Learning methodology when teaching students in every classroom, for every subject, in every lesson.  Children are not meant to sit for long stretches at a time and they can learn more from each other than the teacher.  We use this to our advantage when teaching by using specific "Structures" to keep students moving as well as practicing with each other what they are learning.  This allows the student to actually retain what is being taught in the lesson.