Our Curriculum

Our Curriculum

Playgroup programme promotes holistic development, age-appropriate and focusing on PILES (Physical, Intellectual, Language, Emotion and Social) developments.

We foster their participation and autonomy, teach and guide children to take care of themselves and others also develop their social-emotional abilities so that they learn the skills for life.

Besides, we are focus on hands-on exploration activities which is allows children to explore, discover and learn monthly topics and concepts by every term. This involving critical thinking skills in problem - solving, making observations, forming predictions.

Language And Literacy

Children develop strong listening, speaking, reading and writing skills when given the opportunity to interact with adults and peers. Our children are thus encouraged to participate in class discussions and learn to do public speaking .Our goal is to develop our children to be confident and effective communicators in life.

Early Numeracy

Numeracy is the ability to recognise and apply maths concepts in all areas of life. Through activities like counting, looking at shapes, and talking about sizes can help children develop early numeracy and maths skills (one to one corresponding, patterning, space sense etc). We build small leaders’ numeracy and maths skills through play and hand-on activities.

Sensory Play

From birth to early childhood, children use their five senses to explore and try to make sense of the world around them. It’s an important part of early childhood development, and providing opportunities for children to actively use their senses as they explore their world through ‘sensory play’ is crucial to brain development. In our PG classroom, we provide sensory play twice a week based on the theme of the months

Practical life

Children are learning to follow a complex motor sequence, independently, in order to fulfill his or her own desires and needs. These skills allow children to believe in themselves as well as develop the self-discipline needed for success throughout their lives. Hence, children will learn to care of self and care of the environment.Through the practical life activities children can develop a high level of concentration, develop a sense of order, take pride in completing a job, increase independence, develop respect for his or her community and surroundings, and improve fine motor skills.

Music and Movement

Music and movement benefit a child’s development in different ways .Through the music and movement, children able to gain

  • Participating in a group
  • Social skills
  • Express emotions
  • Enhance self‐concept by sharing music and dance of each other’s culture
  • Refine listening skills‐noticing changes in tempo or pitch
  • Awareness of movement and body positions
  • Creativity and imagination
  • Learn new words and concepts
  • Explore cause and effect
  • Develop large motor skills
  • Improve balance, coordination and rhythm through dance and movement activities
  • Improve small motor skills‐learning fingerplays and playing musical instruments