We adopt a child-based interactive learning approach to encourage children to interact with the environment and their peers actively, learn to get along with others, express themselves, strengthen their language skills, and develop in them good manners, courtesy and politeness.
Help children develop self-care skills and build routines
We encourage basic self-care skills in children, e.g. tidying, feeding themselves, queuing, expressing the need to use the toilet and getting out of diapers.
Focus on sensory stimulation & Enhance children’s gross and fine motor skills
We design a rich range of activities, supported by different teaching materials and tools, for sensory stimulation and manipulation. These activities also help strengthen children’s gross and fine motor skills.
Facilitate children’s language and cognitive development
Through reading Chinese and English stories and singing nursery rhymes, we help children develop common sense and the ability to carry out self-directed exploration. Children are able to learn vocabulary, numbers and simple math concepts in a “Biliterate and Trilingual” language environment, which, in turn, can enhance their listening, speaking and reading skills. We also give assignments that require parent’s involvement to consolidate children’s learning and instill in them a love for learning.