The curriculum we use is the “Kurikulum Merdeka” which is currently in effect in Indonesia, namely an independent curriculum which means giving space to students at the preschool level to grow and develop according to their age, learning is flexible and prioritizes children being able to know their personalities and ensuring children’s readiness to receive learning through exercise of the heart, thoughts, feelings, and sports with learning that is fun and not burdensome.

Kejora also has a collaboration with Kristi from SEED LEARNING GARDEN to develop learning methods that can be combined with the curriculum in Indonesia. the SEED learning method provide a bilingual education experience that resonates with the local community. The SEED learning method is created diligently to ensure cultural relevenance and uphold the values of place-based learning. Kristi has a B.Sc in Physchology, a 120 hours TEFL certifcate and over 10 years teaching experience at accredited international school, outdoor education programs and private tutoring.

The learning method using SEED has several learning stages, such as in one meeting it will start with circle time where students and teachers will carry out awareness to better understand and respect themselves and the surrounding environment, and continue with a learning center where learning will be carried out according to existing themes, students can choose the learning corner that they are interested in first so that it teaches children to explore their respective interests and talents, then it will be continued with snack time, and closed with story or music time and goodbye circle

We carry out holistic learning evaluations by understanding each child’s development in various aspects. We do not give specific scores for the abilities that children have but rather by explaining the development that children achieve in terms of cognitive, motoric, spiritual, physical, language, and social.

Cognitive Development

The program will support development of basic knowledge and skills in various subject areas such as language, science, technology, engineering, the arts and math.

Physical Development

The program help children physically develop gross and fine motor skills and apply them appropriately in classroom and play situations. Students will learn about nutrition and making healthy choices.

Bilingual and cultural Development

The program will promote learning a second language (English and Indonesian) and provide opportunities for students to develop their language skills through inter cultural learning activities.

Connection to Nature

The program will encourage children to develop a connection with the natural world, their community, and their cultural heritage. Students will participate in outdoor activities, cultural celebrations and local field trips.

Social and Emotional Development

Teachers will model possitive social behaviour and provide opportunities for children to practice and develop their social skills through cooperative play, group learning and other mindfullness activities.