SISU schools - Diverse Learning Environments
SISU Schools are the Finnish Curriculum-based K-12 preschool and schools designed by CCE Finland. The concept is designed by early childhood education experts, architecture professionals, and leadership experts from Finland. Our schools are based on 4 principles, Seeking the knowledge/Searching for the solution, Igniting imagination, Share and sustain, Unlocking the potential.
eSISU Preschool - Learning beyond the limits
eSISU preschool is a 100% online preschool based on Finnish Early Childhood Education Curriculum
Considering the pandemic situation the first priority should be given to the health safety of our children but that doesn’t mean that they should be away from learning. The technology has provided an excellent opportunity for you to experience the Finnish preschool at one click. eSisu preschool is coming with the first virtual preschool based on the Finnish Early Childhood Education curriculum. The kids can learn in a friendly way using a lot of creative methods in a safe home environment.
Searching for the solution needs keen observation and exploration of the environment. It leads to the capacity for problem-solving in the long run. Problem-solving is a combination of data gathering, data analysis, critical thinking, and decision-making skills. Nurturing these skills from the early years is vital for using these skills later in life. Once developed skills of keen observation lead to further curiosity and exploration.Know More
Parents as partners
Support group for parents
Blended learning with parents
Weekly learning progress report
Authorized by Education Finland
Teachers with international expertise
Less screen time and more learning time
Early Childhood Education Model
The Finnish Early Childhood education model is based on an integrated approach to care, education and teaching. As it integrates the Education and Care, it is called the “Educare” model. Learning through play is the basic principle that is used in Finnish ECEC. We are using the same approach in our schools blending it with the local contexts. Know More