Nursery

In appreciation of the gentler half of our society, ProgressSoft provides a nursery for the working moms.

From the moment of arriving to work in the morning until they leave in the afternoon, mothers have the utmost peace of mind, knowing that their children are well taken care of and only a few steps away.

ProgressSoft Nursery is set with top of the line children-specific equipment, educational toys and all the necessary gear with the highest standards of safety and hygiene checked for every item.

Highly qualified personnel supervise ProgressSoft Nursery and make sure it lives up to the international standards of high-quality childcare, learning and child development methodologies.

ProgressSoft provides many services that include:

  • Providing care for children from the age of 3 Months to 4 Years.
  • A Class Room with 5 corners: Blocks, Quiet, Drama, Art and Science.
  • A Multi-Purpose Room, for the children to develop their physical education through exercise.
  • A Play Area, giving the children the opportunity to run, bike, swing and slide.

Nursery
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Why nursery and preschool are important for my child?

Preschool is simply a place where your child can explore, play with their classmates, build self-confidence and positive self-esteem, develop good learning habits, learn valuable life lessons and follow rules.

Preschool is also the time for kids to discover that they are capable of doing things for themselves from small tasks like washing their hands and clean up their toys to taking care of bigger issues like making decisions about how to spend their free time.

How to help my child to adjust in his classroom?

Going to preschool comes with many emotions, for both the parent and the child. It will always be scary for the child to enter a new place filled with unfamiliar faces; this can cause fear and parents anxiety. As a parent, you should keep talking to your child about preschool even before it starts.

Parents might have mixed feelings about whether their child is ready for preschool or not. However, parents should beware of showing their kids feelings of guilt or worry about leaving them at the preschool, because kids will probably sense that, keeping in mind that the calmer and more assured you are about your choice to send your child to preschool, the more confident your child will be.

Will my child be ready for kindergarten? And what will my child learn in preschool?

Surely, your child will be ready for kindergarten, as Learning-through-Play is our method of teaching; we focus on educating students how to explore the world around them. This is achieved through "Hands-on Activity" which stimulates their curiosity to ask questions and seek answers.

We prepare them for Kindergarten and beyond as they will develop their fine, gross motor skills and they will build a foundation in math, science, creative thinking and social skills.

"Children who attend high-quality preschool enter kindergarten with better pre-reading skills, richer vocabularies, and stronger basic math skills than those who do not."

- NIEER Director W. Steven Barnett, PhD

What is your policy on discipline and conflict resolution?

We believe in "positive discipline", which focuses on good rather than bad behavior. For example, if a child starts to shout, we never say "Stop screaming, it is very annoying", instead, we say, "It is better to speak in a lower tone".

Most importantly, we have to recognize the child's "age and stage" in order to be able to deal with his/her misbehavior, not to mention that we need to know the reason behind this behavior. If necessary, individual behavior plans are to be developed after observation.

As children get older, we encourage them to resolve conflicts on their own through improving their social skills and building self-confidence in different situations.

How secure is the building?

ProgressSoft takes security concerns very seriously; we have a full-time security guard onsite, a fire alarm system is in place and we regularly conduct fire drills for the entire building, including the PS Nursery.

It is essential to point out that visitors are not allowed to enter the building during working hours unless they introduce themselves to the reception desk via the intercom. On the other hand, the main entrance for the PS Nursery is only accessible by the nursery staff, even our employees are not allowed to enter the nursery.

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