Preschool Curriculum

The Preschool Programme takes on a cognitive and constructivist approach to curriculum emphasising on active child-centred learning experiences. The curriculum centres on children’s interests, curiosity and their natural quest for knowledge which leads to experiences in inquiry, investigations, discovery and active hands-on explorations. Expectations for holistic goals, development of life skills and competencies, dispositions and attitudes are promoted through an innovative integrated and project work curriculum complemented by an interactive skills-based curriculum, all of which are process-oriented and centres on the acquisition of knowledge, concepts and skills.

  • Centres around children’s interest and curiosity 
  • They have a natural quest for knowledge leading to experiences in inquiry, investigations, discovery and active hands-on explorations 
  • Development of life skills and competencies, disposition and attitudes are promoted through integrated project work 
  • Prepares children for successful transition to formal school 

Kindergarten One (for 4 to 5 years)

Curriculum capitalises on children’s increased capacity for learning content and knowledge thus intellectual development, acquisition of skills and concepts are actively promoted, though process learning remains an important learning goal.

The Kindergarten 1 children are more confident and articulate in using language in expressing and presenting their ideas. The K1 curriculum actively promotes purposeful vocabulary, reading and writing experiences through integrated learning experiences and projects. Children gain a better understanding of numeracy and mathematical concepts. Exposure to technology, awareness of environment and community, and physical skills are more enhanced and sophisticated. Personal and social development continues to be emphasised as children exhibit a better understanding of social etiquettes, right and wrong, and appreciation for rules.