"It is only when the curriculum evolves from the needs of the children that it can be viewed as being effective in promoting learning."
Our curriculum aims to develop the holistic growth of the child, primarily focusing on children's physical , intellectual, emotional and social development.
It places emphasis on learning through play and gives equal importance to the physical, cognitive, emotional and social development. The learning process is the fun for the child.
The curriculum for our school is set out under six discrete headings: The Arts; Language Development; Early Mathematical Experiences; Personal, Social and Emotional Development; Physical Development and Movement; and The World Around Us. Children should experience it in a holistic way through play and other relevant experiences.
This includes use of the thematic approach for planning,eg., for stories, poems and songs.
Children should have opportunities to use a range of ICT resources (eg., cameras, listening centres and computers), which will motivate them, enhance and extend their learning, and give them opportunities to engage in self-directed learning.