Our Program | Senior Preschool


We are delighted to begin the 2014 school year with the opening of our new “Pre-Kindergarten Programme.” Children in our Pre-Kindergarten class will be involved in a variety of activities designed to engage our young learners in a more structured classroom environment. While still maintaining play based learning, the children will be encouraged to explore and investigate in small group instruction.

Pre-Kindergarten facilitates a learning environment that promotes the development of skills required for school readiness. The children will develop the necessary skills needed to successfully merge into a full day school programme.

More specifically, the Pre-Kindergarten will focus on many areas of development such as; cognitive, literacy, physical, social and emotional development. The Pre-Kindergarten programme will facilitate learning experiences within these developmental domains that are fun, safe and inviting.

It is our hope that our unique approach to learning will foster confidence, self-esteem and a positive attitude towards a lifetime of learning.

Here’s a glance at our learning objectives for the Pre-Kindergarten programme!

Learning Goals:

  • To develop problem solving skills that can be used during conflicts with other.
  • Learn to cooperate with others and taking turns during play.
  • To be able to follow directions.
  • Increase their attention span during small and large group activities.
  • To be able to identify letters in the alphabet.
  • Name recognition.
  • To master fine motor abilities like cutting with scissors and holding a pencil using the pincer grip.
  • Pre-Writing skills such as: printing letters to form their name.
  • To develop skills in math and science using experimentation, observation and other methods.  ex.counting, classifying, matching.

Look out Kindergarten here we come!

“Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning…They have to play with what they know to be true in order to find out more, and then they can use what they learn in new forms of play.” ~ Fred Rogers (Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood)