We Provide Top-of-the-Line Early Childhood Education
Taught through visual, phonetic sound, actions and songs which is research proven to be the best approach for children to learn the idea of synthesizing.
Children need to develop large motor and small motor skills and cardiovascular endurance. Our school provides indoor & outdoor play area for individual's growth.
Children loves designing and creating puppets and collages, constructing musical instruments and flower bouquets, and painting, gluing, and crafting to their hearts’ content!
Excursions form a vital part of a child’s early education. They expose a child to a range of different experiences and enable them to gain a sense of the world in which they find themselves.
Our children benefit from a variety of outdoor play spaces. In addition to our large playground, they experience the cycling track, outdoor water & sand play and raised gardens.
A preschool math curriculum should be taught using preschool lessons including interactive activities, learning games, printable worksheets, assessments, and reinforcement.
A systematic and integrated literacy program promote language development preschool children.
We Are Dedicated To Education & Character Development
Little Oxford Schoolhouse's exclusive curriculum, combined with our own digital lesson planning tool, enable teachers to create personalised learning experiences, appropriate to every age group.
18 months above
Our Playgroup programme emphasises in child-initiated learning, teachers will encourage children to explore and make discoveries through their five senses, allowing them to experience the joy of play and learning.
Opportunities For Fine and Gross Motor Development
Use of large and small motor skills allows children to discover new things everyday through our well-designed learning environment filled with fun and educational outdoor and indoor activities. Encourage activities such as rolling a ball or obstacle activities for physical development.
Encourage Positive Peer Interaction
Music and movement allow little explorers to express themselves and dance with children’s songs. Using social and emotional skill-building tools like puppets to help them learn about their own feelings and discover the feelings of others.
Language, Math and Science Readiness
At this age, children develop their vocabulary by pointing to things and expressing needs. The school encourages pre-writing and pre-reading by scribbling on papers and turning pages on books. Activities such as sorting, counting, and measuring help children to understand Science and Math concepts.
Little Oxford Schoolhouse
|Ratio Set by ECDA
|Little Oxford Schoolhouse Ratio
|18 months above
|1 : 8
|1 : 6