Early Childhood Center

IMG_8075In the Early Childhood Center we...

  • Provide a safe, caring and stimulating environment.
  • Appreciate and respect the individuality of each child.
  • Guide children as they pursue their interests, take on challenges, seek answers to questions and construct their understanding.
  • Foster the development of children’s social and emotional intelligence.
  • Promote cognitive development and the acquisition of language through the use of developmentally appropriate practices.
  • Facilitate physical development in a safe and appropriately challenging environment.
  • Draw on students' cultural backgrounds to enrich the curriculum.
    Recognize the importance of children's "Mother tongue".
  • Embrace communication between home and school.
  • Encourage parent involvement in their child’s education.

The strengths of our programme are...

  • The Primary Years Programme (PYP) which provides the framework for our curriculum and instruction.
  • Dedicated, well-qualified faculty.
  • Full-time, dedicated teaching assistants for each class.
  • Specialist teachers for Physical Education, Library, and Music and supported IT integration.
  • Developmentally appropriate student-teacher ratio.
  • Well resourced classrooms.
  • Purpose built facilities.
  • Active parent involvement in class activities and school events.
  • An international student body.
    Our EC curriculum is developed within the PYP framework and is gives children the best possible foundation for later success in the elementary...
  • Specialist Classes
    Physical Education (PE) Physical Education provides EC students with an exciting, safe and developmentally appropriate program which encourages children to explore movement both...
  • Information for Parents
    School Day Timings Kindergarten 1 (3 - 4 years old) begins at 7:30 am and finishes at 12:00 noon. Students must be toilet...
  • Learning Environment
    The Early Childhood Center is an environment where children are actively and thoughtfully engaged in learning. The classrooms are purposefully organized into areas where...
  • Units of Inquiry