Learn more about our teaching methodologies and why we believe they will be beneficial for your child.
BILINGUALISM AND BICULTURALISM
PERFORMANCES AND SINGING
Singing is a fun way to introduce languages to our children because it is not intimidating. The familiar beats are also easier to remember than just a block of words, increasing their ability to sing the song with ease and be familiar with the language.
What is Thematic approach?
Thematic teaching is the selecting and highlighting of a theme through an instructional unit or module, course, multiple courses. It is often interdisciplinary, highlighting the relationship of knowledge across academic disciplines and everyday life.
Decorating our classrooms according to themes
Bringing our children to an excursion to Pasir Ris Fishing Pond where the theme for the lesson was "The Environment"
Concentration: We offer activities that spark an interest in the child and respect their need for concentration by not interrupting them when they are engaged.
Independence: Both functional and intellectual independence are encouraged.
Movement: Movement and cognition are linked. Hence our materials and activities aid in the development of movement.
Freedom: Freedom of Movement and Communication. Children choose where they want to work and are free to work with the material as long as they like.
CHARACTERISTICS OF A MONTESSORI CLASSROOM
An orderly classroom with prepared workspaces.
An environment that emphasises responsibility and self-discipline.
A teacher who guides rather than directs.
What is the Orff approach?
A method of teaching children about music that engages their mind and body through a mixture of singing, dancing, acting and the use of percussion instruments. Improvisation, composition and a child's natural sense of play are encouraged.