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Infants - 8 weeks to 17 months

our_team_2Our rooms are specially designed to encourage our infants and toddlers to explore and discover their environments.

  • Extensive verbal stimulation where infants are often talked to, encouraging language and social development
  • Enriching & stimulating surroundings to provide sensory stimulation such as appropriate selection of books for reading to provide a strong language foundation.
  • Tumbling activities & daily baby massages which are important to physical development.
  • Regular health checks by medically-trained staff to ensure that developmental milestones and general wellness are achieved.
  • A comfortable and secure environment for quality play and sleep.
  • Pleasing d├ęcor with adequate child-proofing to ensure safe explorations.

We aim to provide our infants and toddlers with a fun filling environment that provides them ample opportunities to experience different things for the very first time and allow them to learn through fun and play. It is far more enriching to provide infants with rich and varied experiences for them to explore their surroundings and learn about the people around them than to use flashcards or train their brains to memorize words and pictures.

For example, younger infants are exposed to different facial expressions through animated reading and colorful textured books to stimulate their five senses, as well as language and communication skills. Older infants on the other hand, start to be involved in activities such as outdoor play, music & movement, and speech & drama.

Our rooms are specially designed to encourage our infants and toddlers to explore and discover their environments.

The developmental domains that set the foundation for infants and toddlers are:

  • Language and Communication
  • Cognitive skills
  • Social skills
  • Emotional skills
  • Physical skills

Many aspects of development occur in more than one domain. Exploration, perception, communication, mobility, self-competence, trust, independence and impulse control (around 18 months) are all goals of development for infants and toddlers.

Our caregivers give babies individual attention, openly demonstrating affection through holding, cuddling, playing, rocking while feeding.

Playgroup - 18 to 23 months

our_team_2Our playgroup classrooms are warm, and offer a homelike environment, where children can practice their skills in all areas of development.

  • Encourage children to become independent learners and exercise their freedom of choice.
  • Playgroup children spend a large part of their day interacting with their teachers and friends in a creative and enriching environment filled with music, art, stories, rhymes, games and fun project work.
  • A comfortable and secure environment for quality play and sleep.
  • Appropriate selection of books for reading to provide a strong language foundation.
  • Music & movement including catchy action songs specially selected to captivate the children.

Our playgroup classrooms are warm, and offer a homelike environment, where children can practice their skills in all areas of development. We believe that our playgroup kids learn best when they are engaged in activities that involve their senses of sight, sound, touch, taste and smell. We aim to introduce books, blocks, puzzles, toys and hands on projects to stimulate their mind, and increase small motor skills. This curriculum introduces various learning experiences to develop children's skills in the following areas:

  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Cognitive Domain
  • Gross Motor Skills
  • Language Acquisition
  • Aesthetic & Affective Domains

Other than skill developments, playgroup kids are also provided with a nap time and are given healthy and nutritious meals. Each child is given individual attention and all their needs are catered for.

Pre-Nursery - 2 to 3 years

our_team_2Children learn best through exploring and interacting with the environment around them why is why our curriculum encourages age appropriate exploration, so your child can grow and develop their love for learning.

  • Aesthetic & Affective: Children learn how to express their creativity and communicate their emotions through effective and meaningful ways.
  • Cognitive: Children develop their thinking ability. They can better recall, understand, apply, analyse, evaluate, and create from information.
  • Fine Motor Skills: Children are familiar with hand-eye coordination of smaller muscle movements such as synchronised use of their eyes, hands and fingers simultaneously.
  • Gross Motor Skills: Children learn how to better utilize larger muscles, facilitating their ability to perform a wide range of physical body actions such as crawling, skipping, running, hopping, and jumping.
  • Language Acquisition: Children gain abilities to observe, understand and communicate with both educators and peers in a variety of contexts, using 50-300 words to produce speech.

Children study board books and teachers read to them every day. Our teachers go over days of the month, weather, letters and the sounds associated with them along with numbers , colors, and shapes. We introduce the Montessori method of learning to develop their gross and fine motor skills through various practical life exercises such as threading of beads and pouring.

For example, younger infants are exposed to different facial expressions through animated reading and colorful textured books to stimulate their five senses, as well as language and communication skills. Older infants on the other hand, start to be involved in activities such as outdoor play, music & movement, and speech & drama.

Sensorial activities such as knobbed cylinders, pink tower and broad stairs indirectly introduce mathematical concepts such as height, length, width, sorting, and matching.

Children's artwork, pictures, and projects are displayed around the room to give the students a sense of pride in their work.

Nursery - 3 to 4 years

our_team_2The Bridging Years curriculum for our older children revolve around the introduction of more complex, new and varied experiences in the following domains of Language & Literacy, Mathematical Thinking, Environmental Awareness and Aesthetic & Creative Expression, as well as Motor Development and Self & Social Awareness.

  • Social development with peers and teachers and daily physical activities that which include outdoor play, music & movement, and creative play.
  • Art materials (clay, crayons, markers, paints, collage materials) are a creative favourite of most children in this age group just as are skipping ropes, large tricycles, and bicycles with training wheels.
  • Small group activities are planned throughout the day for each child along with reading and writing activities that focus on handwriting, recognizing letters and numbers also through the Montessori method of learning.
  • Language and social skills practiced through make-believe games come into play as nursery children interact more and more with their peers. Early table games such as puzzles, board games introduce the concept of taking turns and sharing; whilst letters, words, and number-recognition toys and games reinforce math and language learning.

Language and Literacy - To facilitate their learning and development in the area of language and literacy for better communication with their peers and at home, our educators guide the children through fun and engaging activities such as following instructions (up to 3 steps), listening and interacting during storytelling sessions, and speaking in sentences clearly. Our children also learn how to recite nursery rhymes and recognize letters in words. They also learn how to write their own names.

Mathematical Thinking - Our curriculum for mathematical thinking keeps children interested through interactive and enriching activities targeted at learning fundamental mathematical concepts such as sorting, identifying patterns, plotting simple graphs, spatial awareness, and counting from one to five. Our mathematics curriculum is evenly distributed across four terms in a year, allowing our children to be paced at manageable speeds.

Pre-Schoolers - 4 to 5 years

our_team_2The Bridging Years curriculum for our older children revolve around the introduction of more complex, new, and varied experiences in the following domains of Language & Literacy, Mathematical Thinking, Environmental Awareness, and Aesthetic & Creative Expression, as well as Motor Development and Self & Social Awareness.

  • Social development with peers and teachers and daily physical activities that which include outdoor play, music & movement, and creative play.
  • Art materials (clay, crayons, markers, paints, collage materials) are a creative favourite of most children in this age group just as are skipping ropes, large tricycles, and bicycles with training wheels.
  • Small group activities are planned throughout the day for each child along with reading and writing activities that focus on handwriting, recognizing letters and numbers also through the Montessori method of learning.
  • Language and social skills practiced through make-believe games come into play as nursery children interact more and more with their peers. Early table games such as puzzles, board games introduce the concept of taking turns and sharing; whilst letters, words, and number-recognition toys and games reinforce math and language learning.

Language and Literacy - To facilitate their learning and development in the area of language and literacy for better communication with their peers and at home, our educators guide the children through fun and engaging activities such as following instructions (up to 3 steps), listening and interacting during storytelling sessions, and speaking in sentences clearly. Our children also learn how to recite nursery rhymes and recognize letters in words. They also learn how to write their own names.

Mathematical Thinking - Our curriculum for mathematical thinking keeps children interested through interactive and enriching activities targeted at learning fundamental mathematical concepts such as sorting, identifying patterns, plotting simple graphs, spatial awareness, and counting from one to five. Our mathematics curriculum is evenly distributed across four terms in a year, allowing our children to be paced at manageable speeds.

Schoolers - 5 years & above

our_team_2At our Center, children will learn through experience. With all the experiences, what the child learns will be imprinted in them for life.

Key Features of Our Kindergarten Program - Kids will follow the structure and format of a Kindergarten School Day. Your child will work on developing critical skills for elementary schools, such as:

  • Setting and achieving goals.
  • Taking turns.
  • Managing work independently.
  • Waiting and patience skills.
  • Handling strong emotions, critical thinking (reasoning and analyzing).
  • Following directions.

By the time children are in Kindergarten, they have longer attention spans and are able to sit for longer periods of time. They also have more developed social skills, are more confident in language, and eager to create new ideas and expand their imagination. Thus, they begin to experience themes and activities that seek to broaden their horizons.

For example, younger infants are exposed to different facial expressions through animated reading and colorful textured books to stimulate their five senses, as well as language and communication skills. Older infants on the other hand, start to be involved in activities such as outdoor play, music & movement and speech & drama.

The Kindergarten children work well together on projects and tasks assigned. They also spend more time working on solutions, reading, and performing as a team.

They have thematic based as well as Montessori method of learning in different domains namely Mathematics skills, Language, Practical life skills, Sensorial motor development, and Social skills. At our Center, children will learn through experience. With all the experiences, what the child learns will be imprinted in them for life.