Environment Condusive to Learning
It is strongly believed that environment plays a key role in supporting and extending children's development and learning. Therefore we have planned the environment to assist children to achieve outcomes important in providing quality play experiences.
  • The physical environment - the physical layout of space, furniture and resources, activities and materials are arranged in provoking and inviting ways to encourage exploration, learning and inquiry.

  • The social and emotional environment - children build secure, warm and trusting relationships with trainers so they are confidently supported in their explorations and risk taking. Trainers also assist children to make connections with others, develop friendships and regulate their behavior. Together, children and adults set the emotional and social tone of the environment.

  • The intellectual environment - there are times trainers leave children to play freely and times for intentional conversation, well-placed international quality equipments extend children's learning.