Da Vinci Group is offering their novel Clay Play (NeuroCeramics®) Programmes at Early Learning Village (Australian International School) this term! Clay as a medium makes one present and engaged in the moment, which is critical to the process of learning. Every session, your child will discover a new topic through a fun multi-sensorial process. They will then express their newfound understanding through organic clay to create their very own ceramic masterpiece! NeuroCeramics® is based on Neuroeducation. The NeuroEd Method™ is a pedagogy based on Neuroeducation and Neuroscience rooted in evidence-based research. With research, we are able to design curriculum that optimally engages the brain resulting in improved cognitive skills, attention, focus, concentration and learning ability.
This programme is available for children from 18 months and above.
2020, Term 1 (Tuesdays) - 7 Sessions
Children will create 3 ceramic products over 7 weeks using high-quality clay materials. In addition, there will be 1 glazing session for children to glaze paint their own ceramic works. Works left unglazed, either due to absences or otherwise, will be glazed by Da Vinci Group and returned to the students. All ceramic masterpieces will be returned one month from the final date of programme. Weekly sharing sheets and a termly newsletter will also be provided to parents.
Venue: BILBY 1
Time: 3:30pm - 4:30pm (inclusive of clean-up time)
Cost: $26.75 per session (GST included)
Please note that sessions are purchased as a termly package.
For trial class requests, please contact Ms. Amu at 8288-7987.
*Photos and videos taken during the sessions may be used by the Centre or Da Vinci Group for publicity and marketing purposes. I consent to the use of such materials whereby my child/children and/or family appears in them.
Da Vinci Group’s Clay Play Programme (also known as NeuroCeramics®) is not an ordinary clay workshop. It is about learning new content through sensorial exploration. Clay as a medium makes one present and engaged in the moment, allowing one to feel and be with the emotions felt during the process of creating. Research has shown that there is robust neuronal firing when there is direct touch-to-brain connection as opposed to using a tool like a paintbrush, pencil, etc. Clay has one of the highest levels of tactile cognition.