The Bridging Years

The 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.

Key Activities in Our Nursery Program

Social development with peers and teachers and daily physical activities that which include outdoor play, music
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.
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.
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 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.

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