Kinderland uses theme-based integrated programme that are closely related to young children’s daily experiences to expand and extend their understanding of the world around them. Developmentally age-appropriate activities are carried out in a fun and exploratory way that promotes the holistic development of the child (physical, intellectual, emotional, social and creative). It aims to cultivate children’s potential, problem-solving skills and a love for learning.
- Pre-Nursery Programme (2 – 3 years old)
- Nursery Programme (3 – 4 years old)
- Kindergarten 1 (4 – 5 years old)
- Kindergarten 2 (5 – 6 years old)
- Session Timings: Monday to Friday
Session Timings: Monday to Friday
Pre-Nursery: 8.30 – 11.00 a.m.
Nursery: 8:30 – 12 a.m.
Kindergarten 1 & 2: 8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Kinderland’s curriculum provides a well-balanced, comprehensive and stimulating preschool experience to develop your child’s potential and ensure success in school. Our theme-based integrated programme is a holistic and interdisciplinary approach which promotes the physical, intellectual, social, emotional and creative development of the child through incorporating language, mathematics, science, music and movement, and art and craft concepts and skills in age-appropriate and meaningful themes.
Children’s Music Programme (CMP)
Kinderland recognises the importance of music in the development of language literacy through music, contributing to children’s wholesome development. Its Children’s Music Programme provides our children with the opportunity to play the keyboard.
Taught by professionally-qualified music teacher, children aged 4 – 6 years old (Kindergarten 1 and 2) are introduced to weekly keyboard lessons to further develop their hearing, singing, keyboard playing and notation reading skills.
Studies have revealed that including music in school curriculums help children to improve their concentration and memory, more attentive listening, ability to express feelings better, greater sense of rhythm, understanding of the basic rudiments of music, ability to read music scores and appreciation of teamwork.
Developed by physical education specialists to emphasize holistic wellness, the KinderFit programme is specially designed as a health and fitness program for young children aged two to six years.
It is a structured wellness programme that is organized around the themes involving the body and its interrelationship with space, time, effort and flow. It enables young children to look fit and feel great about themselves – includes fundamental movement activities, and cardio-wellness programmes.
Benefits include acquisition of fundamental motor skills, development of self-confidence and responsible habits and improved cardio-wellness.
Technology Integrated Learning (T I L)
Technology Integrated Learning is a comprehensive computer-based, multi-sensory instructional system designed to help the child learn to write even before learning to read.
Computer is used as a creative tool to support learning. Interactive educational software captures the attention of young children and reinforces concepts.
Kinderland Phonics Programme
Kinderland Phonics Programme is a multi-sensory programme which stimulates children to learn through their senses- sight, sound, movement, speaking, reading and writing.
Children see and understand the relationship between letters and their sounds and how ’talk’ is written down (encoded) and how ‘print’ is read (decoded).
Chinese Integrated Curriculum
The Chinese Language Programme is based on expertise and resources from Kinderland’s China network of over 20 centres and affiliations, including Beijing Normal University.
It is benchmarked against the HSK International, which sets the standards for Chinese proficiency tests worldwide.
The Chinese curriculum is synchronised with the English curriculum, e.g. similar themed topics are taught in both English and Chinese, to provide children with a more comprehensive learning structure.
Theme songs and rhymes, children’s literature, as well as hands-on theme-related activities spanning across curricular domains are introduced to make learning Chinese fun and meaningful.