|Infant||:||2 - 18 months old|
|Playgroup||:||18 - 29 months old|
|Nursery 1||:||30 months old|
|Nursery 2||:||4 years old|
|Kindergarten 1||:||5 years old|
|Kindergarten 2||:||6 years old|
Our award winning early childhood curriculum and programme structure reflect components from the followings:
- Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences child development theories
- Teaching pedagogy from the Reggio Emilia approach from Italy
- Teaching methodology from Project Approach
- Kindergarten Curriculum Framework by Ministry of Education
- (MOE), Singapore
- Early Years Development Framework
- Nurturing Early Learners
- Nurturing Learning Disposition
The Reggio Emilia Approach is an innovative and inspiring approach to early childhood education valuing the child as strong, capable and resilient; rich with wonder and knowledge. Every child brings with them deep curiosity and potential and this innate curiosity drives their interest to understand their world and their place within it.
The aim of this approach is to teach children how to be useful in everyday life. The programme is based on the principles of respect, responsibility, and community through exploration and discovery in a supportive and enriching environment based on the interests of the children.
Group : 18 months – 3 years old
Name of curriculum : Bloomies @ Bloomberry
We provide dynamic hands on learning experiences in meaningful context to engage every child’s interest to learn and discover in collaboration with teachers, peers and parents which focus on developing the 4 self as seen below:
Group : 4 years to 6 years old
Name of curriculum : Bloomers @ Bloomberry
We help children construct knowledge through inquisitive, experimental and integrated learning experiences which are designed to equip children for school readiness yet still enjoy their precious early childhood in 6 learning domains through planned and project work.
The Bloomers @ Bloomberry curriculum framework is organized by using seven developmental domains of integrated learning:
- Expressive and Language Development
- Mathematical Thinking
- Experimental Science
- Muscle Development
- Social and Emotional Awareness
- Music and Creative Arts
- Creative 3D Project Works
Additional Educational and Enrichment Programmes
Bloomberry has incorporated Alphabet Zoo (for children age 18 months to 3 years old) and Jolly Phonics (for children age 4 to 6 years old) into our curriculum. Through our professional in-house trainers, children will learn to read, write and spell in a fun way.
Alphabet Zoo for Bloomies teaches children to recognise letters and its sounds through pictorial aids, music and song. Through songs, children develop phonemic awareness. Alphabet Zoo characters add on the element of fun to this programme.
Jolly Phonics (8 levels) for Bloomers helps children develop a life-long love for reading and writing. It also equips children with skills before they begin their literacy journey. It prepares children with school readiness skills and enhances their ability to spell.
Chinese Speech and Drama Enrichment Programme encourages children to develop a love for the Chinese language, mastering the skill as confident speakers of the language. It uses music and movements and interactive story-telling with dramatisation to better capture the interest and attention of the children.
Small-group Swimming Enrichment Programme by professional coaches allows children to better develop their gross motor skills. Through structured lessons and skills training, children learn about water safety, develop confidence in and around water, as well as different swimming styles (eg. free-style, breast stroke, etc.)