We believe that children should be encouraged early on to break into their peer groups in a managed and informal manner. This allows them to develop their full potential in a non-threatening and semi-informal manner. This also provides an opportunity to detect special traits and talents in a child very early and help guide and channel such talents positively.
School activities are fun and stimulating to provide opportunities for socializing, sharing, turn-taking, problem solving and development of self-confidence. We also ensure that the program is flexible and that age-appropriate activities are provided to enable each child to develop to his/her full potential.
Playtime is very important. We introduce children to different plays; games and other extra-curricular activities to challenge their thinking,
language and numeric skills, physical and social development.
We respect the culture, religion and social background of each child in our care, so that children develop good feelings about themselves and respect for others.
Listening is an important social tool and we make ourselves available and approachable to all parents and families. This helps us to understand each child and provide support, advice and help to each family. It is very important for us (parents and care givers) to work as a team to provide the best possible care for all the children.
Overall, caring for young children is an immense responsibility and one that we regard as very important as we shape and mould children for the future.