Pre-primary school is an important stage which lays the foundation for life-long learning and whole person development, and serves as the starting point of formal education. We nurture children to attain all-round development in the domains of ethics, intellect, physique, social skills and aesthetics, so as to prepare them for life. We stimulate children’s interest in learning and cultivate in them positive learning attitudes, for their future learning. We believe that observation, exploration, thinking and imagination are the essential learning approaches.
All kinds of learning include the three key elements, namely “knowledge”, “skills” and “attitudes”, and these are also emphasized in our pre-primary curriculum.
• Young children need the opportunity to develop large and small motor skills through indoor and outdoor activities and games for the benefit of personal fitness and well-being.
• Students participate in activities that involve fine motor skills.
• Demonstrate increased control of hand and eye coordination while using pegs, beads, pattern blocks, crayons, pencils, paint brushes, fingerpaint, scissors, glue, and a variety of puzzles.
Large Motor Skill Development
• Students participate in activities that involve large motor skills
• Children are enabled to listen to and understand conversations and stories which enrich their everyday vocabulary.
• We develop interest among our students in reading and writing.
• We encourage them to gain interest in exploring the physical world.
• We develop interpersonal relationships and other social skills.
• The Arts provide children with many opportunities for self-expression.
• Expose children to dance, music, visual art (drawing, painting), and drama help them develop an appreciation of both individual and group expression.
• The students participate in activities that involve fine motor skills.
• Demonstrate increased control of hand and eye coordination while using pegs, beads, pattern blocks, crayons, pencils, paint brushes, finger-paint, scissors, glue, and a variety of puzzles.
Creative skills are developed by engaging children in activities with play dough, sand, water, dramatic play, blocks, creative stories, art, music, movement, and a variety of other materials.