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Baby Club is for children aged 6 months to 18 months and is a class that provides a supportive and engaging environment for parents and caregivers to promote their child's development and learning.
Classes will cover a range of areas related to physical, sensory, cognitive, social and language
development. Children are accompanied by their parents or caregivers.
At this stage, children are rapidly developing, and parents may have questions and concerns about
their child's growth and development. Baby Club will provide a safe and supportive space for parents
and caregivers to discuss their child's development with our teachers, as well as other parents and
caregivers who are going through the same experience.
Baby Club will be facilitated by experienced teachers with expertise in child development and education.
Teachers will guide parents and caregivers in interactive activities and exercises to promote baby's
development. Activities will be designed to be engaging, fun, and developmentally appropriate for babies.
Baby Club will be offered in a dedicated air-conditioned safe indoor space, with padded floors, designed
to be comfortable and conducive for our young ones and those accompanying them. (Renditions below -
renovations will be completed at the end of July).
Our focus is on the individual child. The starting point is the learner and the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that the child brings to their experiences. In shaping learning, there are four broad principles at the centre of early childhood learning.
Empowerment: To empower the child to learn and grow.
Holistic Development: To provide a holistic way for children to learn and grow.
Family and Community: To integrate the wider world of family and community into a child's learning.
Relationships: To build a child's learning on responsive and reciprocal relationships with people, places, and things.
In summary, our learning takes place through child-centered, play-based activity. The emphasis is on children learning, developing and growing through everyday activities. Through exposure to a broad range of creative, interesting and stimulating activities, children are given the opportunity to learn and grow in ways that see the four principles developed in their lives.
We welcome virtual or in-person visits from prospective families. Contact us to make arrangements through our Admissions Office. We will be glad to answer any questions you have and to book a chat for you with our Head of School.
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