The early childhood care and education is of great significance for children as it
lays the foundation for their personal and academic development. In the early years
children develop and learn at a faster rate than at any other stages of their lives
and we believe that stimulating play is the key to this developmental process.
Play is an enjoyable activity that carries its own merits. Children are actively
participating in the process of exploring and acquiring concepts, testing out their
ideas or practicing skills as they play. What matters most is that they have fun
and learning takes place during play. Thus, our programme is child-centred and play-based.
Our practice respects the young children’s basic rights and needs. They need to feel
safe, secured, loved and cared for. Children feel confident, happy and experience
what they can do, do successfully and feel sense of achievement and pride. In the
process, young learners become confident, self-discipline, independent and sociable.