Curriculum & Program


The Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum identifies what children should achieve across six areas of learning and development.Our teachers follow a development pathway for individual children to gain knowledge,skills and understanding in each area. These areas are passed through 6 main activities base on the child center system.

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• Movement and rhythm activities

• Experience enhancement activities

• Educational game activities

• Unstructured activities

• Creative activities

• Outdoor activities

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St.Paul’s nursery center, we provide the learning environment classroom. Which has the basic elements are as follows: 

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Concepts of Freedom-the child can reveal himself to us and possesses within himself the pattern for his own development;  


Structure and Order - the child internalizes and thus builds his own mental order and intelligence; 


Reality and Nature -  the child internalizes the limits of nature and reality if he is to be free from his fantasy and illusions;


Beauty and Atmosphere - its environment should be simple. Everything in it must be of good design and quality.


Montessori Materials - they are not learning materials in the conventional sense rather they assess the child’s self construction and psychic development; and


Development of Community Life -the children work harmoniously, cooperate and provide moral help to each other. They are given freedom in their social reactions.



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Sensorial Exploration

The world is color, size, dimension, shape, form, sound, touch, taste, and smell. In order to continue her creative task of development, a child needs to satisfy and express the impressions she has already received. The Sensorial Montessori materials use the child's senses to clarify, classify, and comprehend the world. The Sensorial materials are specifically designed to teach multi-sensually and to educate the senses.

By appealing directly to the young child's active sensory antennae, learning is a natural result of the child's desire to explore



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