Philosophy behind the curriculum

Our centre aims to provide quality care for our children that include an engaging curriculum which incorporates learning through play and structured learning. As a Reggio Emilia inspired school, our high quality program recognizes children’s learning and development through discovery and investigation of ideas through play, individual uniqueness and social and cultural diversity. In addition to that, our program also focuses on school readiness by preparing them with pre-academic skills for primary school.

Curriculum Approach

Creating a bilingual environment with English and Mandarin as our medium of communication, our programs are individualized to the needs and interests of children. Materials and experiences planned would be age appropriate and aimed for the holistic development of the child specifically cognitive, physical and social and emotional domains. Our team of educators are trained to give children the opportunity to exercise their multiple intelligences when expressing their ideas ie visual-spatial, bodily-kinesthetic, interpersonal and so on. Each learning experiences and areas will also cover the different educational areas such as mathematics, science, language and general knowledge.

  • Play Group (18 months – 30 months)
  • Nursery One (30 months – 3.5 years)
  • Nursery Two (3.5 years – 4.5 years)
  • Kindergarten One (4 years – 5 years)
  • Kindergarten Two (5 Years- 6 years)

The Bambini Approach

Small classes

Small teacher and child ratio which allows children to explore and engage in both independent and group learning comfortably.

Lifetime learners

Creating experiences that allow children to be fascinated with knowledge and mould themselves into lifetime learners.

Community engagement

Learning in an environment which foster children’s ability to connect with the community.

Inquiry based learning

A school that encourages learning from discovery and exploration through hands on and real life experiences. At the same time, equipping children with skills necessary for formal education.

Learning in Nature

A space of learning centred by the nature not only outdoors but also indoors through natural materials and classroom environment.