Trường Mầm Non Sân Lá Cọ - Stamford Grammar

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Welcome to Stamford Grammar.

Established in 2006, we offer day care for children from 4 months to 12 months old, programs for infants from 12 months to 3 years old, for toddlers from 3 to 4 years old and kindergarten for students from 4 to 6 years old. Our programs are ideal in preparing students for primary education.

We combine learning activities that expand students’ ability to learn about (and from) the world, to organize information, and to solve problems.  We provide a combination of formal (teacher-initiated) and informal (student-initiated) activities.  We maintain large group activities that require sitting and listening to a minimum.  Our environment fosters a love of books, reading, and writing. 

Our methods will develop students’ confidence, self-esteem which will help students in their abilities to tackle challenges of learning.  We teach cooperation and provide opportunities for students to work, learn and get along with others.  Our programs allow students with environment to learn patience, as well as ability to take turns, share, and listen to others.  Most children are naturally curious and our programs will focus on students’ curiosity to help students thrive for their love of learning. 

Our service and facilities feature:
  • Large playgrounds with safety mats and lots of greenery.
  • Kitchens on campus to ensure hygienic, nutritious food and also to accommodate dietary needs of our students.
  • Well equipped classrooms.
  • Limited term breaks.
  • Busy parents can pick up their children up to 6:00PM without additional charges.
  • Small classes with maximum of 15 students per class.
  • In house doctors and nurses.
  • School buses.
  • Prepare students for both international and local primary schools.
To learn more about Stamford Grammar, kindly contact us for visits to our campuses.
 

 

 

Infants: 4 months to 1 year and 1 to 3 years

By the end of the school year:
Infants will be more confident and comfortable in a school/classroom setting

Infants will develop a love for learning, exploration and acquisition of creative and imaginative thinking
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Nursery: 3 to 4 years

By the end of the school year:
Nursery students will develop independence, self        confidence and a sense of responsibility

Nursery students will be able to identify and name different objects starting with letters of the alphabets
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Kindergarten 1: 4 to 5 years

By the end of the school year:
Kindergarten students will be able to converse and understand simple questions and answers


Kindergarten students will have memorised alphabet sounds and character recognition
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Kindergarten: 5 to 6 years

By the end of the school year: 
Kindergarten students will be able to read common words and simple sentences

Kindergarten students will be able to recognize and write both upper and lower case letters
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Award of Excellence
Stamford Grammar has achieved the highest standard of medical care (in the category of education institution).

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Certificate of Excellence
This is to certify that Stamford Grammar has achieved the
Golden Brand Award 2009

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National Art Contest - First Prize
Congratulations to HOÀNG DIỆP from our K2 of our Nam Ky Khoi Nghia campus on being the national winner of the Smile Art Contest.

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Stamford Grammar employs a high standard of teachers. They are chosen not only on their academic results but on their experience, understanding and ability to work well with young children.

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