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Our programmes

We believe in:

  • Providing a safe, healthy and nurturing setting for children.
  • Supporting children's development by cherishing individual differences, helping them learn about cooperation, and promoting their self-esteem.
  • Providing a learning experience for the whole child; physically, mentally, socially, morally and spiritually.
  • Encouraging and fostering independence and socialization in preshoolers within a safe, caring and Islamic environment.

Teachers will also assist the children:

  • in becoming more familiar with Allah swt and Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. through du'as, surahs and stories (seerah);
  • in helping them understand that Allah swt loves them;
  • in helping them understand that Allah swt makes them uniquely special;
  • in growing in their ability to love one another.

We also believe in working with families to bring about collaboration between home and school in ways  that will enhance the child's development.


Our Approach

Integrated Learning:

Children's learning experiences are integrated as a whole to enable them to understand how knowledge and skills are really linked together rather than segregated in the teaching and learning process. Within a planned theme, children discover things from observations, enquiries, explorations and first-hand experiences.

Active Learning:

Learning is most effective when children are actively involved and engaged in carrying out tasks that are meaningful to them. The emphasis on the process of knowing, understanding and forming their own ideas rather than completion of worksheets or petitive exercises. Ample opportunities are provided for children to learn from observations, enquiry, exploration and first-hand experiences.

Supportive Learning:

Teachers plan a developmentally supportive activity that first considers what the children know and can do, and then builds on the learning experiences. The goal is for children to experience to experience satisfaction and independence by working on the activity. Thus, teachers can guide children to the next challenge or level of difficulty.



 

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