Curriculum

Our curriculum integrates children’s physical, intellectual, social and emotional needs.

Our Focus Areas are:

  • Basic Manners

    Children are taught to obey & respect their elders – parents, grandparents, teachers. Kids are taught to say “Thank you”, “Sorry” & “Please” on a daily basis.

  • Creative skills

    Art equipment, including paint, glue, crayons and pencils, clay, blocks provide for knowledge of colour, shape and texture and the development of skills in painting, drawing and making collages & greeting cards.
    Imaginative role-play, both individually and as part of a group are part of learning process.

  • Language skills

    Phonetic and auditory games to improve pronunciation. Activities that involve vocabulary, creation & expression of ideas; and activities that improve clarity of speech. A book Library for structured reading and story telling sessions.

  • Personal skills

    Activities that focus on stimulating and developing skills that build self-confidence in a child; nurture and build initiative, individuality, assertiveness & self-respect.

  • Mathematical skills

    Activities that involve sorting, matching, ordering, sequencing and counting of objects, which form the basis for early Mathematics. Linking….Connecting….Applying math concepts to practical situations.

  • Physical Development

    A range of equipment and Montessori tools allow children to develop confidence and enjoyment in their use and development of their own body skills – moving, running, jumping, climbing & balancing.

  • Social skills

    Children are encouraged to take part in a group, sharing & co-operating with other children. Through activities & conversations, they learn acceptable ways to express their own feelings & learn to listen to others.

  • Physiological Development

    Children are supported in the development of fine motor skills required to use tools, and to handle small objects, including pens and pencils,  with increasing control, precision & grip for future writing skills.