Our Curriculum

Play-Based Learning

Our playschool curriculum is based on the philosophy that children learn best by doing what comes most naturally to them – playing. We cultivate the interest in learning by providing fun-filled play-based learning activities. 

Our children are not just playing for fun but they are also learning through exploring and discovering knowledge through play.

Free Play

Free play reinforces classroom learning. We emphasised Free Play session before our children start with classroom learning. An hour of Free Play will enable the children to build their focus and interest in their learning.

Sensorial Play

Sensorial play is crucial for early years because it supports the brain development. From informal learning to formal academic learning, we provide various hands-on and fun developmental activities  to develop your child’s sensorial and fine motor skills.  It makes learning fun and life-long.

Skill-Based Play

Skill-based learning allows children to apply and implement their skills that were already acquired during their learning process. This innovative learning method is to develop young learners into independent and confident thinkers.

Pretend Play

When children pretend, they try on new feeling, roles, and ideas. They stretch their mind along with their imagination. Pretend play is also essential for building children’s social competency and regulate children’s emotional development.

Social Play

During play, social interaction happened and it builds teamwork at young age. Teamwork builds problem solving skills, practice active listening and creates healthy communication practices.

Logical Thinking Play

Through play, they will grasp the understanding of predictability, problem solving, spatial reasoning, taking turn and strategizing. These skills are required in STEM learning.

Exploratory Play

Children learn best when they involved in active learning activities rather than passively listening or reading from book. Children “learn by doing” and with that it gives them concrete feelings on abstract concepts especially writing of letters, numbers and Chinese-language characters.

Competitive Play

When children engaged in the competitive play, they learn the rules and guideline of the game. They also accept that there is a winner and a loser at the end of the play but they will learn about being a good sport from such play. In addition, through this play children have the ability to self-regulate and cope emotionally yet learning to take turn in the play.
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