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Early Childhood Center

Nursery to Pre-K

Explore Curriculum Framework

Our early childhood team offers a caring and nurturing environment where children are able to learn together through a careful balance of structured play and creative learning activities. We offer a safe child-centered program that is appropriate for children who are two-, three- and four-years-old. Both indoor and outdoor activities allow students to learn about the world and themselves.

For the purposes of simplicity and clarity, our curriculum guidelines are divided into eight distinct areas of learning. Within the classroom, there will be overlap and integration of all these areas of learning into developmentally appropriate hands-on activities. Our daily program focuses on:

Our teaching stimulates learning through exploration and play while encouraging independence.

Meet our ECC Faculty


Khin Khin

ECC Coordinator



Shwe Win

Pre-KG Teacher

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Su Yee Aung

Pre-KG Teacher

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Theingi Win

Nursery Teacher

Activities Area

The teachers rotate daily making each of the additional learning areas available to all students over the course of the week.

  • The Play House: where dressing-up clothes and accessories are available to facilitate imaginative play, sharing and social interaction.

  • The Block and Math Center: where children are encouraged to build puzzles, to participate in educational games, to play with construction toys and wooden blocks.

  • The outdoor area: containing a variety of climbing equipment, swings and a sandpit. These are separate areas where, water play and sensopathic experiences are set up to encourage experimentation, problem solving and fine muscle manipulation.

  • The creative area in the classroom: where children paint, draw, cut, paste, model with dough and build constructions with anti-waste materials.

Beyond the Classroom

During the Academic year, our children may go on field trips to local places of interest to broaden their experiences. The pre-school may also be visited by travelling shows e.g clowns. Parents will be notified through a newsletter and a permission note will need to be signed. Some field trips have a minimal cost involved. Examples of Field Trips:

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