Early Years 1

In Early Years 1, children interact in a play-based environment, characterised by multi-sensory, hands-on learning experiences. We attend to their emotional and social well-being alongside their intellectual development. Early Years 1 Programme is for students who are 3 years old on 31st August.

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Early Years 2

In Early Years 2, we aim to support and reinforce a child's natural curiosity and wonder about the world and its habitats. Children will explore how we process and understand the world around us through our senses of sight, smell, taste, touch and hearing through fun and scientific activities.

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Early Years 3

In Early Years 3, children will explore how our choices help us to build relationships and they will investigate their own unique characters. Learning experiences are delivered in a way that provokes interest and curiosity in a meaningful, multi-sensory and interactive environment.

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Primary 1

In Primary 1, students will commence our school year by understanding and experiencing how our emotions impact others in our community and the role of communication for expressing them. Through inquiry about emotions, we will help students empathise and be open-minded.

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Primary 2

In Primary 2, students will take a look at how things have changed over time through the creation of inventions. We will study healthy choices and endangered animals to encourage students to think about global issues and taking responsibility for their choices.

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Primary 3

In Primary 3, students will inquire into children's rights around the world. They will be encouraged to express and support their opinions to engage in class discussions. Later they will have the chance to explore and use scientific methods to find out about forces and energy. 

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Primary 4

In Primary 4, students will explore and reflect on how we look to heroes to show us who to be. We plan to visit the Anne Frank's Museum where students will have the opportunity to actively engage with historical influential figures. Primary 4 Programme is for students who are 9 years old on 31st August.

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Primary 5

In Primary 5, students will engage in inquiry about migration and its impact on indigenous people throughout history. Students will develop their communication skills through the discussion of global and personal issues and take a closer look at the changes we go through during puberty.

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