(2 – 2½ YRS)
The curriculum at this stage prepares children for listening skills, oral fluencey, socio-emotional ability, active learning, phonological, awareness, observation, collaboration and critical thinking.
(3 – 3½ yrs)
The curriculum at this stage prepares children for more advanced thought processes and social connectedness with peers.
(4 – 4½ yrs)
Children build, create and explore with learning materials through consistent daily schedules and well thought out lesson plans.
(5 – 5½ yrs)
Children are encouraged to problem solve and practise empathetic behaviour, until these tools are firmly in place in their life-skills toolboxes.
(6 – 6½ yrs)