Preschool (Age 3 – 6 years)

The Preschool curriculum helps children in developing life skills, self-directed learning, and academic competencies.

It 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 curriculum includes:

The Wondrous Mind

Integrated Thematic Learning

Readers Club

Reading Skills

Math Works


Body Works

Movement Skills & Concepts

Music Works

Music, Rhythm, Creative Movement

Body Works

Movement Skills & Concepts

Music Works

Music, Rhythm, Creative Movement

Kindergarten 1

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

Kindergarten 2

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

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Infant (6 -17 months)

Zero to Three is an infant curriculum experience which is focused on optimum periods for learning. The curriculum emphasises:

  • Motor Development
  • Cognitive and Language Development
  • Sensory Development
  • Social-Emotional Development
Playgroup/ Confident Explorers (18 – 24 months)

The first stage of the Early Years curriculum is for children aged 18-24 months. Playgroup learning capitalises on the nature of children to be active, curious and inquisitive. Through exploration in a warm and conductive environment, children develop:

  • Expressive communication and language skills
  • Physical growth
  • Social and emotional skills in group settings
Nursery 1/ Independent Explorer (2 – 3 years)

Nursery 1, the second stage of the Early Years program, is based on children’s daily interaction, in order to help them establish:

  • Communication ability and vocabulary enlargement
  • Fine motor skill
  • Personal development and social emotion development
  • Language development and cognitive development
Preschool (3 – 6 years)

The Preschool curriculum adopts a cognitive approach that enables children to learn through interactions with their everyday experiences. Children develop:

  • EQ and Life Skills
  • Knowledge of the Community and the World
  • Skills Development
  • Communication and Literacy Skills
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