Our Bus amenity is managed by a team of committed and dedicated managers who are competent in transport management, planning and quality service.
Our services are run by a core team of qualified and devoted bus drivers, conductors and school bus officers, who possess the relevant knowledge, skills and experiences to ensure the safety and efficiency.
We have age appropriate classrooms, organized to suit the needs of the pupils’ educational needs. In addition to classrooms, we also have rooms allocated dramatic play, reading and art.
For many of the children who join our Kindergarten, it is their first experience of being far from their parents. We realize the first few days can be a little stressful for them, and so our highly trained teachers are prepared to make them feel at home and give them a sense of independence, and prepare them for the year ahead.
Our teachers are qualified and friendly, to give your child gets the best start in life. We provide a calm, nurturing environment in which children can flourish and fulfil their potential. Our staff provide comprehensive support for the students and parents alike, to ensure the progress of our little scholars.
We have an extremely affective literacy program, to initiate our pupils into the English Language. This involves encouraging them to link sounds and letters and to begin to read and write. The pupils will be given access to a wide range of reading materials, such as stories and poems, to garner their interest.
They will learn English phonetically at first, slowly followed by spelling, vocabulary, memorable stories and poems, mainly carried out through playing and activities.
This involves giving children opportunities to experience a rich language environment; to develop their confidence and skills in expressing themselves; and to speak and listen in a range of situations.We also cater opportunities for children to be active and interactive; and to develop their co-ordination, movement and manual dexterity.
The playroom focuses on helping children to develop good social skills, such as sharing, taking turns and cooperating with each other. Children develop their imagination through pretend play, building friendships and learning to be kind and thoughtful.
The playroom has a climbing loft, a book corner, a role play area and a wide assortment of toys including train sets, cars, small world play, dolls and puppets. Children are free to choose what and where to play and the toys are accessible to them.
Staff are actively involved in the children’s play, finding a balance between direct involvement and quiet observation to facilitate assessment and planning.
We regard snack and meal times as an important part of our day. Eating represents a social time for children and adults, and helps children to learn about healthy eating. At snack times, we provide milk or water to drink and fruit during the mornings, fruit and a biscuit in the afternoons. Children bring their own packed lunch provided by their parents.