Early Years (Kindergarten equivalent) Age Range
Our Early Years Foundation program is for children aged 2-5 years. We offer your child a nurturing, creative and stimulating environment to ensure their academic and personal development.
The School Day Structure
08:25 Drop off until 08:40
08:50 Literacy learning (phonics)
09:30 Enhanced Learning (topics)
10:30 Mathematics and Logical and Reasoned Problem Solving
11:00 Child Initiated Play and Enhancements
12:00 Lunch and Outdoor Play
1:15 Quiet Time
1:45 Circle Time
2:00 Child Initiated Play and Enhancements
3:00 Circle Time
3:30 Home Time or After School Care
After School Care Club is available until 6:00pm.
Our Kindergarten curriculum Is based on principles of learning through play, developing your child's social, personal and academic skills, and engaging them through fun and practical activities to develop literacy and math concepts.
The Foundation Stage Curriculum is enhanced with the Early Years International Primary Curriculum and focuses learning around themes such as Treasure, Patterns, and Food, placing learning in a fun and meaningful context and inspiring success.
Approach to Learning
Children learn through a series of carefully structured experiences that are teacher-directed, as well as child-initiated. Children are able to work collaboratively with older children and teachers through imaginative play, along with more focused adult-lead learning, to develop essential skills and knowledge.
Personalization for Early Years Children
Your child's learning experience is as unique as they are. We celebrate and support your child's individual needs through our personalized curriculum. Imaginative play will allow your child to take their learning in their own direction, whilst teacher-directed learning will allow them to excel in their literacy and numeracy skills. Through careful observation and assessment, learning goals are set for each child and regularly reviewed; progress is monitored and achievements celebrated.
Subjects and Skills Taught
- Communication and Language
- Literacy Development
- Mathematics, Problem solving and Reasoning
- Knowledge and understanding of the world
- Personal, Social and Emotional Development
- Expressive Arts and Design
- Physical Development