Infant Class
(6-12 Months)

Your infant learns more from playing and being with the mother than from anything else. They learn by exploring with their mouths, eyes, ears and hands. Infants need things to touch, grasp, push, throw and safely put in his mouth. He needs a calm, safe place so he can play freely and actively.

Your infant’s brain develops faster in his first year than at other time so, we ensure to give your infants welcoming, calm, nurturing and safe environment. They will learn through listening to stories, songs, games, playing outdoors, look at picture books. We encourage them to move by letting them crawl, move around as much as possible to develop muscle strength and learn new skills.

The parent-child relationship has a longlasting impact on a child’s emotional development. Our Infant program offers a rich environment in strengthening your bond with your child and makes it easy for you to meet other parents who are on a similar journey.

Baby Class
(12-18 Months)

Your baby is becoming more confident on their feet. They are on the course to walk by themselves, go up and down stairs and becoming quite the climber. Their language skills are growing and they can understand more than they can express.

Our Baby class program provides childcare that stimulates your baby’s emotional, physical and cognitive development. The first years of your child’s life are essential as they start to build their foundation and social development. With plenty of love, care, communication and play interactions, our babies are guided to becoming well-rounded and happy children. As the babies reach each developmental milestone, we prepare them for their transition into the toddler program.

Toddler Class
(12-18 Months)

Your toddler may attempt skills such as using a pencil or spoon, or drinking from a cup. They will also be able to start identifying shapes and colors. They scrobble with crayons, build towers, throw balls, and enjoy filling and emptying containers. You might notice that first signs that indicate whether they’ll be left or right-handed.

Our Toddler’s are provided with a safe environment that fosters creativity in all aspects of their development. Our program includes activities that cognitively enhance and encourage language development, social awareness, problem solving, and self-help skills. They are encouraged to engage in various types of play.

Nursery-1 Class
(24-36 Months)

Your toddler’s imagination is talking off. Playing make believe is a trademark of this age. Their speech is becoming clear and they can follow multi step instructions. You’ll see them start to develop friendships, showing empathy and affection for their playmates and even their toys. Provide your toddler with lots of opportunities to play with kids of their own age. Give them a chance o resolve disputes with their friends, but be ready to step in and facilitate sharing or taking turns. They’ll need help figuring out how to solve problems and how to handle their emotions.

Our focus on this level is about enriching vocabulary, building receptive and expressive language skill, and fostering self-awareness and socialization. They will be engaged with classroom materials, model grace and courtesy, and establish life skills.

Movement and Music are interwoven into daily classroom activities. Physical activity is also promoted where active children can enjoy each other’s company and develop their large motor skills.

Nursery-2 Class
(36-48 Months)

Three to Four year-old children are full of wonder and spend a lot of time watching, observing, and imitating. Their imagination is working at all times. They are particularly interested in perfecting their fine motor skills that they find it challenging. They love to pour, mix, smash, squeeze, hop, climb and skip. They learn how to hold crayon better, throw and catch a large ball. One of the favorite words during this period is asking “why?”. They want to know what causes the event around them.

Our program is designed to give children the opportunity to play by themselves or in groups with positive experiences. The teacher becomes the facilitator in helping the children utilize their space to learn independence. Our teachers skillfully plan engaging learning activities that build upon what your child can do, encouraging exploration along the way.

New activities and projects are introduced to meet emerging interests and individual learning goals, which is the key to a successful transition to Kindergarten program.