The Pre-Preparatory Phase (Grades 000-0)
The Pre-Preparatory Phase introduces children to fundamental concepts that are central to successful learning in a secure and relaxed environment.
Class sizes vary according to grade, and range from approximately 16 to 20 children per class. In our play rich environment, children use their senses to discover new things and learn the many lessons they will need before formal education begins in Grade 1.
Our programme allows children to develop their creativity, enhance their communication skills and acquire social interaction abilities through play. It is at this developmental stage that children learn about themselves. The perceptual skills that form the foundation for further learning are developed in our carefully structured programme, which includes baking, climbing, running, construction, creating, singing, dancing and communicating. Literacy and numeracy skills are developed gradually using carefully structured programmes that progressively nurture self-confidence.
Our colourful classrooms are alive with the chatter of happy, busy children. We believe that we develop children who are physically, emotionally, spiritually and cognitively ready to face the challenges that lie ahead.
A visit to the Pre-Preparatory facility will allow prospective parents to see the qualitative difference between child-care and child minding, and provide a clear understanding of the importance of formal education in this age group.