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We see each child as a unique individual with his or her own potential and we, as a school, aim at giving learning opportunities for children to grow at their own pace.  With the help of dedicated, experienced and passionate educators, the children are guided through our Comprehensive Curriculum which is inspired by Montessori, Waldorf and Reggio Emilia approaches.  Children are encouraged to participate in meaningful play, project-based learning and engaging in core academic activities which we consider as all essential to develop a well-rounded child with a lifelong love of learning.
We provide an environment where children can explore and discover  to reach their fullest potentials to 
  • Become enthusiastic learners
  • Have well balanced development
  • Become independent, confident and curious problem solvers
  • Develop resilience
  • Be comfortable and confident in expressing themselves, their creativity and imagination
  • Practice traits of good character
Areas of learning are concentrated in preparing young children to acquire the age appropriate skills in the area of gross and fine motor co-ordination, language, social, and cognitive developments.
“Help me to do it myself” Maria Montessori
Throughout the day, children are given the space to be independent and learning materials are prepared to allow them to do so successfully.   Children then learn that they are capable and see experiences as meaningful and purposeful.  Using the Montessori approach, foundations of learning are established using different Montessori apparatus such as the Pink Tower, broad stair, knobbed cylinder, etc.

“Children need the freedom to appreciate the infinite resources of their hands,

their eyes and their ears, the resources of forms, materials, sounds and colours.”

– Loris Malaguzzi


As a Reggio-inspired institution, we provide children with opportunities and environment to create their own learning experiences.  Facilitated by teachers, children collaborate with peers in planning, utilizing and implementing ideas to satisfy their curiosities.  We also work with parents by inviting them in the classroom to join class activities, observe and contribute to children’s learning experiences.

“ The need for imagination, a sense of truth, and a feeling of responsibility—

these three forces are the very nerve of education. -  Rudolf Steiner

One of the Fundamental Characteristics of Waldorf Educational Principle is the implementation of artistic activities such as storytelling, music, drawing, painting, rhythmic games, modelling to foster healthy development of imagination and creativity. Daily activities in Bambino include artistic expressions through Music, Arts and Crafts, Dramatic Play and Creative Movement.  They are also encouraged to participate in meaningful practical work such as cooking, baking and gardening, focusing on the processes rather than on the learning outcomes. Character Education is also introduced in early years through effective strategies such as storytelling, mini-dramas, puppet show, games and music and movement.

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