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The Pre-Primary Years

Choosing your child’s first school can be a challenging task. After all, it marks the starting point of an educational journey that will last for nearly two decades. Therefore, an informed decision is required to choose the best possible school for your child. Keeping that in mind, we would like to outline our curriculum - a blend of the four most successful and acclaimed teaching programmes in the world. We believe in providing the first benchmark for a strong academic foundation.

Approach
Maria Montessori’s Montessori Way:
Use of sensorial materials in the class for learning new concepts.

Friedrich Froebel’s Kindergarten:
Education advocated through guided exploration of the world.

Rudolph Steiner’s Waldorf Education:
Experiential, innovative and sensory-based learning.

Regio Emilia’s Emilia Approach:
Encouraging children to build their own theories for conceptual learning.

STANDARD LIBRARY PROGRAMME
Programmes such as book reading by authors and book reviews are encouraged in our schools to instil our students with a lifelong reading habit.

Aim
Ultimately, our aim is to thoughtfully guide our young students as they take their first steps into a world of limitless opportunities.

CURRICULUM

The Pre-Primary Years

Choosing your child’s first school can be a challenging task. After all, it marks the starting point of an educational journey that will last for nearly two decades. Therefore, an informed decision is required to choose the best possible school for your child. Keeping that in mind, we would like to outline our curriculum - a blend of the four most successful and acclaimed teaching programmes in the world. We believe in providing the first benchmark for a strong academic foundation.

Approach
Maria Montessori’s Montessori Way:
Use of sensorial materials in the class for learning new concepts.

Friedrich Froebel’s Kindergarten:
Education advocated through guided exploration of the world.

Rudolph Steiner’s Waldorf Education:
Experiential, innovative and sensory-based learning.

Regio Emilia’s Emilia Approach:
Encouraging children to build their own theories for conceptual learning.

STANDARD LIBRARY PROGRAMME
Programmes such as book reading by authors and book reviews are encouraged in our schools to instil our students with a lifelong reading habit.

Aim
Ultimately, our aim is to thoughtfully guide our young students as they take their first steps into a world of limitless opportunities.

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