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FEP’s Aim



To provide a high quality early education for pupils aged 18-36 months old (in line with the dual Californian-Shanghai standards of early learning)


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FEP’s Aim



To provide a high quality early education for pupils aged 18-36 months old (in line with the dual Californian-Shanghai standards of early learning)


Philosophy In continuous pursuit of the worlds most advanced early education goals, FEP’s tailored early education system aids children to independently understand society, hone their self-management skills and jumpstart their early developmental abilities.

Objectives Actively fusing ten characteristics of early childhood development from California‘s prestigious education system and Shanghai’s vast quality education resources; track and evaluate the entire process as a holistic education model.

Objectives Actively fusing ten characteristics of early childhood development from California‘s prestigious education system and Shanghai’s vast quality education resources; track and evaluate the entire process as a holistic education model.

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Approaches to Learning

The ability to solve problems, explore the world, and grow more independent.
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Language Development

These 2-3year-olds use sounds, expressions, body language, and eventually, oral while responding to and understanding others.Learning to use conversational skills and vocabulary to effectively communicate
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Creative Arts

Using movement, music, visual arts, and drama to communicate feelings and ideas.
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Early Math

Learning about numbers, patterns, sorting, and ordering; learning to utilize numbers to add, subtract, measure, and graph.
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Physical Development

These 2-3year-olds practice coordinating and controlling large and small muscle movements, while they build an understanding of health and safety concepts.
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Nature & Science

Learning to comprehend the physical and natural world through observation, description, prediction, and data gathering.
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Literacy

Practicing phonological awareness, early reading skills.
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Logic & Reasoning

Practicing sequencing, problem-solving, and critical thinking.
 
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Social-Emotional Development

Developing and understanding of their own emotions and their relationships with others, like family, friends, and community members, as well as understanding how to interact with others while developing self-awareness.
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Cognitive Development

Building an understanding of the world around them, while they practice thinking critically and creatively.
 


California’s Early Education Pivotal Standards




California’s Early Education Pivotal Standards




Curriculum & Developmental Indicators


These early preschoolers preparing for the next steps find their developmental needs met by our indicator-based curriculum, we guide them toward achievement via 10 developmental scales.




Curriculum & Developmental Indicators


These early preschoolers preparing for the next steps find their developmental needs met by our indicator-based curriculum, we guide them toward achievement via 10 developmental scales.

Curriculum Discovery


FEP provides you with a detailed early education upbringing structure and feedback


Two early childhood development traits of FEP: Cognitive Development and Language Development


FEP Three early childhood development abilities: logic & reasoning, social development and life skills


•  Detailed, scientific cyclical plan
•  Assessment, How do we benchmark what our students understand and know
•  Record, Collection and analysis of evaluation data
•  Inform – Choosing how we convey assessment messages

Curriculum Discovery


FEP provides you with a detailed early education upbringing structure and feedback


Two early childhood development traits of FEP: Cognitive Development and Language Development


FEP Three early childhood development abilities: logic & reasoning, social development and life skills


•  Detailed, scientific cyclical plan
•  Assessment, How do we benchmark what our students understand and know
•  Record, Collection and analysis of evaluation data
•  Inform – Choosing how we convey assessment messages


Rich & Diverse Curriculum Activities


Summer Camp (July-August)
Winter Camp(January-February)
International festivals
Outings


Rich & Diverse Curriculum Activities


Summer Camp (July-August)
Winter Camp(January-February)
International festivals
Outings



School Affairs Team


Parents follow-up and feedback (email + wechatwork)

Announcements of school activities/events (Email + website calendar)

Specific feedback and follow-up from parents (email, wechat work)

Coursework packages (WeChat work)

One on one feedback

School menu, weather and activities (WeChat work)

Others: PTA, after-school service, activities, school bus etc


School Affairs Team


Parents follow-up and feedback (email + wechatwork)

Announcements of school activities/events (Email + website calendar)

Specific feedback and follow-up from parents (email, wechat work)

Coursework packages (WeChat work)

One on one feedback

School menu, weather and activities (WeChat work)

Others: PTA, after-school service, activities, school bus etc

Curriculum Connection


An expressive course that underpins competence and confidence (respect, cooperation and expression)

Each class is equipped with two foreign teachers which implement different teaching objectives to improve our students learning abilities and self-confidence!

Big Day multicultural themes, comprehensive literature ( thought-provoking maths, scientific-based inquiriy, drama performances, picture-book reading, song appreciation), multi-development courses (in class and after-school)

Curriculum Connection


An expressive course that underpins competence and confidence (respect, cooperation and expression)

Each class is equipped with two foreign teachers which implement different teaching objectives to improve our students learning abilities and self-confidence!

Big Day multicultural themes, comprehensive literature ( thought-provoking maths, scientific-based inquiriy, drama performances, picture-book reading, song appreciation), multi-development courses (in class and after-school)

The Formal Early Education Plan is tailored to fit the unique characteristics of 2–3 year-old learners, and aligns directly with the California early education standards. FEP implements ten development goals to nurture and enlighten our children through a tried and tested methodology, lifted from California’s early education system. FEP will rapidly propel our children to the next stage of their learning career.

FEP provides standardized and step-by-step education programs.

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FEP Description & Streams

Stream 1

Weekend activities, allows parents and children to experience the fun of interaction in a natural and peaceful atmosphere, and gradually perceive and become familiar with the new environment;

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Stream 2

Half-day class, allows children to independently participate in half-day activities in kindergarten, actively immerse themselves in an English environment, exercise life skills, continuously develop the use of language its function, stimulate children's sense of independence and allow them to be confident and happy socializing;

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Stream 3

Full-time class, an entire school day is combined with education, activities and rest, interlocking, multi-disciplinary enlightenment, all-round utilization of the ten development goals, and successful fostering of comprehensive literacy, so that our children are fully prepared to enter PK2.

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FEP's unique education system aids children to independently recognize society and master the skills of self-management. The immersive English education environment allows children to experience the joy of learning and life with a more delicate and tailored experience.

Welcome to FEP,creating a happy learning future for your children!

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FEP Description & Options