Preschool (Ages 4 – 6 years old)

Developing Lifeskills, Self-Directed Learning, Academic Competencies

The Preschool curriculum adopts a cognitive and constructivist approach to learning. In the preschool years, expectations for holistic goals, development of life skills, learning dispositions and attitudes, as well as academic competencies are promoted through an integrated curriculum, complemented by an interactive skills curriculum; all of which are designed to cater for process-oriented learning and the acquisition of knowledge, concepts and skills.

The Wondrous Mind

This thematic and inquiry-based learning approach allows the child to build an inquisitive mind full of curiosity and wonder.

Experiential Chinese

With Mandarin specialists, the child is exposed to an additional language, allowing the malleable mind to absorb and expand its linguistic muscles.

Readers Club

The joy of reading is inculcated in the young child through different reading skills that allows the child to be a life-long avid reader.

Music Works

A music and movement programme that promotes awareness and music appreciation, and understanding of elements through instruments, rhythm, songs and creative movement.

Science & Maths

Introducing a unique STEM programme that allows the child to explore the wondrous world of science, technology and engineering while developing firm mathematics fundamentals.

Body Works

Gross motor curriculum that capitalises on the nature of children to be active and energetic, working the whole body for coordination and balance.

Nursery 2
Kindergarten 1
Kindergarten 2

Nursery 2 enables children to acquire an understanding of content, skills and concepts. The curriculum reinforces competencies in:

  • Language for learning and communication
  • Reading and introduction to writing
  • Numeracy
  • Understanding of self and building confidence

The curriculum for Kindergarten 1 is a process-oriented discipline that focuses on:

  • Vocabulary and word skills
  • Reading and writing
  • Self-expression
  • Math processes
  • Social and community awareness

With the child’s progress and advancement in language and numeracy skills, Kindergarten 2 children are encouraged to:

  • Present and communicate their ideas
  • Acquire knowledge on their own
  • Develop independence, confidence and maturity
  • Work collaboratively in groups
  • Engage in creative and critical thinking