Day Nursery
Child care/development facility that cares for toddlers from age of three months

The curriculum for Nursery has been designed to help the child unfold her/his talents, to enable and guide him/her to sharpen her/his mental and physical abilities. We follow the nursery class syllabus that is based on a child centered approach. Such an approach involves placing the emphasis on a child’s experiences and interaction with the environment. We always consider the characteristics of effective teaching and learning – Playing and Exploring, Active Learning and Creativity and Critical Thinking.

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Mr. Richard Donald, Dunn
Kindergarten
At kindergarten your child will grow socially and emotionally. Their ability to think, use and recognise language and their fine motor skills will be developed through play, art, music, and movement.

Most kindergarteners want to learn all about the world and how it works. Kindergarten teachers often build on this enthusiasm by offering projects that encourage children to delve deeper into the areas that interest them. Children may make life-size tracings of themselves as they learn about the human body, or study animal habitats by researching information about the class pet. Our kindergarten classrooms offer more formal learning and traditional school experiences than preschool. However, kindergarten is still intended to stimulate children’s curiosity to learn more about the world around them. It’s the job of the kindergarten teacher to help children become comfortable working a classroom setting and to introduce some basic literacy and math-related skills in the midst of their important discoveries. Children are naturally curious and start learning from day one. Young children do much of their learning through play. To support optimum development and learning, families are encouraged to provide plenty of fun, play-based experiences on a daily basis. Early childhood educators, teachers and other service providers work closely with parents, family members and the community to help each child fulfil their potential. Review the teaching strategies learning outcomes and program information designed for this role. Homework is given Mondays. Tuesdays and Wednesdays but only if the students master the lessons and skills in the class.

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Mr Troy Peter James
Cambridge Primary

Cambridge Primary, typically for learners aged 5 to 11 years, is a world-class curriculum to develop learner skills and understanding in English, mathematics and science.

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Mss. Michala, Pulisova
General English Program (L1-L12)
Ideal for students whose goal is to improve their English skills quickly and efficiently in a dynamic and engaging environment.
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Mr Troy Peter James
Pre-Sessional English Course (L1-L5)
Designed for students needing to improve their language skills prior to attending colleges or universities.
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Mr. Richard Donald, Dunn
English for Business Purposes (L1-L12)
Designed for business people or professionals needing to build their English skills for effective communication in business contexts.
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Mr Troy Peter James