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2 - 3 Years 


Children at this age are eager to engage in real-life situations, routines, and rituals. Through positive interactions with our early learning practitioners, we help our children understand the “what,” “why” and “how” of the world around them. As a result, their sensory development develops much faster.

Our philosophy of children learning through play and hands-on, active experiences ensures that all children develop strong learning skills and a real love of learning whilst also making rapid progress within the seven areas of learning. Our highly skilled and passionate team provide a range of learning opportunities both indoors and outdoors whilst also carefully tracking each individual child’s development. We always ensure that our activities not only excite the children but also are appropriate for their developmental needs and interests. 

Sensory Play

Our emergent framework

Our emergent framework blends the best parts of all the leading approaches around the world. Below, you can take a look at the core concepts of our unique approach.

Practical lessons

Children love the feeling of independence, and in our Montessori Activities, they get to enjoy activities where they take charge. Pouring, hand-washing and polishing, cleaning and organising are just a few of the activities they can enjoy. Practical tasks such as these help children develop concentration and attention to detail.


The language programme focuses on communication skills, vocabulary, speaking, listening,  and letters recognition. Each child pursues these separate skills at his or her own pace. Exercises include rhyming games, matching objects to pictures, sandpaper letters, and language cards.


Sensorial exercises

We look to educate and refine a child’s senses through sensorial materials that encourage exploration of dimension, shape, colour, texture, weight, aroma, taste and pitch. These materials are designed to simplify learning and awareness of the environment by isolating difficulty, isolating the senses, encouraging mastery through repetition and learning self-correction.



The maths curriculum focuses on the understanding of numbers, counting skills, understanding shapes, sorting and grouping. The Learn through play method isolates each learning concept and introduces it to the child one step at a time.


Development of fine and gross motor skills is crucial in the first few years of life. The ultimate goal is to support all children along the path to lifetime physical fitness by developing individual strengths, team building skills, self-discipline, coordination, balance, endurance and sportsmanship.

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