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Cornerstone School


Definitively, in Article 28 Paragraph 1 of the National Education System Law No.20/2003 it is explained that playgroup is a form of non-formal education for early childhood aged around 2-4 years. As a play group, this can be the first place for children to learn to socialize with their peers. Of course, accompanied by teaching staff along with curriculum designs at related institutions.

With a clear curriculum design, it is hoped that children will get the opportunity to play, various physical activities, as well as educational stimulation that can optimize intelligence. Therefore, you could say, this is the right place for children to play while learning before entering the real school world.

When it comes to children’s education, not a few people are still confused about the differences between PAUD, Kindergarten and PG. In fact, in fact, parents should have a clear picture before deciding to choose an educational institution for their baby.

Referring to Law Number 20 of 2003 concerning the National Education System (Sisdiknas) article 28 paragraph 1, PAUD or Early Childhood Education is a coaching effort aimed at children aged 0-6 years through the availability of space for expression and providing stimulation or stimulation.

The purpose of having PAUD is so that children can develop all aspects of intelligence and have readiness to enter the next level of education. From this definition, it can be concluded that PAUD is a big umbrella that covers various types of informal education for early childhood (preschool education), including Kindergarten (TK) and playgroups (playgroups).

In more detail, the levels of early childhood education (PAUD) are divided based on the age of the child and the curriculum that matches the stage of intelligence development.

After going through a period of 0-2 years in a family environment, children aged 2-4 years can enter an educational institution similar to a play group. Play group itself is known as a gathering place for toddlers so it can be the right choice for children to socialize.

Generally, Play group is designed with a curriculum that focuses more on various physical activities, such as playing and learning outdoors. Then, the next level is when children are 4-6 years old, they can already attend Kindergarten (TK).

Kindergarten itself is formal education for early childhood which is divided into two levels, namely TK A and TK B. In contrast to playgroups, here children’s activities are no longer just playing, but also learning and practicing various basic skills.

Generally, children have been taught to read, write, and count but in a fun way. Not only that, at the kindergarten level, children are also introduced to the proper way of worship. Talking about education or teaching, of course you also have to understand about Cornerstone School builds a Bible-based curriculum that includes Jewish teaching. Teaching Jewish children starting from an early age who received direct education by their parents at home, about manners, and faith in God, along with Israeli religious rituals.

5 years old; children began to be given basic lessons in reading the Torah. At age At this time the children began to read and write, especially reading and memorizing the Torah. 10 years old; begin with mitswa (teaching); at this level the children already being taught about the meaning and significance of the Torah Law, no longer just memorizing, but already knowing its meaning.

Age 12-13 years; undergo as Bar-Mitswa, (carry out the rules or laws Jewish). They are considered qualified in terms of the Law and carry it out, so that children at this stage are also called Shari’a children or Torah children (The son of law).

There is evidence that these Torah memorization lessons form the basis of children’s faith Jews who ultimately Jewish children really know their identity, their beliefs and are very militant with their faith in God (Yahweh). What about today’s believers? Are parents and religious teachers both in public schools and in the Church teaching children the importance of memorizing God’s word? Jewish Torah education can be carried out well because there is a community (congregation) that has firm faith. This education is carried out in the Synagogue, as a place for gathering, studying religion and worship, because they want to teach children so that one day they will become adults in all aspects of life and become part of the people in the Synagogue.

It is very important for us to bring children to the house of God (the Church now) so that children grow up in all aspects of life including their faith so that they will become part of and continue the community of believers in the church.

With this in mind, at Kindergardten, we pay extra attention to our children by making the school atmosphere feel like home, where they are comfortable playing while studying, and they have started to instill in them the ability to memorize the 10 Torah Laws while singing and their playing patterns in the design follows Israel’s Journey from Egypt, across the Red Sea, to Mount Sinai, then to the Desert, across the Jordan River and further until Israel occupies the Promised Land and 400 years later they succeed in inheriting God’s promise, namely Mount Zion in Southeastern Jerusalem.

All of this Israeli historical journey is designed to be a very dynamic curriculum, where children will learn while playing and they will be instilled with Biblical values from an early age.


“We Want All Of Our Students To Be Alike Jesus Christ Until Living In Eternity At Spiritual Mount Zion”



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