3 - 4 Years Old
Your child in this class take their first steps in becoming independent, stable and strong.
3 - 4 yo for Children with Advanced Development
5 - 6 yo for Children with Moderate Development
Your child in this class will focus on functional academic ability and strengthen their communication skills.
5 - 6 Years Old
Your child will develop higher learning abilities in preparation for mainstream education.
Children are grouped based on abilities and needs in consideration of group dynamics and educator's disposition. Applicable to all classes.
Your Child’s Learning Journey
The learning journey include all aspects that are essential for children’s learning and development.
The learning goals and skills are organised on a developmental continuum of 3 to 6 years old to accommodate all children’s learning.
Social emotional goals focus on developing a positive sense of self in children and supporting children in building positive relationships with others. As such, the goals include self-management, emotional stability, sense of self, social interactions and relationships as well as approaches to learning.
Motor skills goals seek to develop children’s physical abilities and knowledge of health and safety through active participation in movement, sensory and tactile, as well as fine motor activities.
Daily living goals aim to develop children’s independence in daily living activities and routines such as feeding, toileting, dressing, showering and grooming.
Aesthetic & Creative Expression
Aesthetic and creative expression goals involves children in the love and pursuit of beauty in the areas of art, music and movement. The experiences are planned to foster the development of children’s imagination and creativity through which cognitive, physical and social emotional skills could be encouraged.
Discovery of the World
Discovery of the world give attention to the application of skills, knowledge and understanding in areas vital to learning in formal school years. The goals are set to facilitate children in discovering the world around them through a range of experiences.
Language & Literacy
Language and literacy goals emphasise the development of receptive, expressive and writing skills. These goals are set to enable children in developing relationships and interactions with others; indicate their needs, thoughts, emotions and interests; inquire for learning; as well as share and present their knowledge.
Numeracy goals include number concepts as well as time and measurement so as to facilitate children in understanding numbers, relationships between quantities and numerals as well as different units of measurement.