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Our  Programs

Infants  6 Months to 18 Months

In this program, our staff offers a caring and stimulating environment proposed to meet the needs of every child. We develop individual feeding schedules for each child, and also have a charting board for the parents to view at the end of the day.

The infants spend time both indoors and outdoors where they are encouraged to explore their world in a safe and loving environment.

Daily activities such as crafts, songs, games, and age appropriate educational toys all combine to provide the perfect atmosphere for growing minds and bodies.

Toddlers 18 to 30 Months

This program focuses on both the physical and mental development of our children. Toddlers have the freedom to explore through guidance, and social interactions in a safe and stimulating environment, where indoor and outdoor activities are planned everyday.

In this program, our staff is trained and dedicated to working on certain behaviors for the timely development of our children. Teaching basic table manners, during snack and lunch time; helping develop and improve vocabulary and socializing skills of our toddlers; are a couple of such focuses of the staff.

Following a busy morning, the children will have an opportunity to rest their bodies, and recuperate for approximately two hours every afternoon during nap time. We also provide a toilet training routine and a daily charting system to assist parents.

Kindergarten Preparation  3 to 5 years

Our Kindergarten Preparation are ready to put their learning caps on. In this 3 to 5 stage, our staff is focused on working with the children by helping them progress through and achieve timely milestones with their social, physical, emotional, and intellectual developments.

Children learn through role playing, begin to develop a strong set of problem solving skills, and start to express themselves better by using their words instead of actions. There is plenty of time for running, jumping, climbing, doing somersaults, and using their gross motor muscles as well.

Children at this stage begin to name colours, are able to understand simple counting, and start to expand their vocabulary through reading, talking, and consistent communication with the teachers. All of these skills are presented in a fun-filled manner at the centre, both indoors and outdoors.