Our Roots curriculum systematically covers all learning areas guided by ECDA’s Curriculum framework yet takes into consideration the children’s natural interests which we will then weave into our lesson plan.
Our lessons are activity-based, integrated and developmentally appropriate.
Lessons are regularly evaluated and improved.
Find out more about our Roots and Wings curriculum here.
In preparation for ownership of learning at a later age, children are taught independence using mainly skill-based activities.
Many lessons are planned to improve motor skills, social cohesiveness and effectiveness and to enhance their language of communication.
As part of the pre-writing preparation, activities such as dough play, scissors skills are features in the learning corners that the young children can look forward to.
Children are guided to independent reading using phonics.
They write using invented spelling and together with their teachers and parents, each milestone of spelling is celebrated.
Academic learning is balanced with gross motor skills development; outdoor and indoor activity times are planned and provided for.
Our new Roots and Wings Programme is available for Kindergarten 1 and Kindergarten 2.
It is thoughtfully designed to extend children’s learning by providing them with opportunities to apply what they have learnt in the classroom.
It completes children’s learning cycle and seals knowledge where knowledge learnt is knowledge applied.
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