Our Curriculum

Infant-3 years
Relationships-Based Curriculum

LSH Kids

Responsive relationships early in life are the most important factor in building sturdy brain architecture.Harvard University Center on the Developing Child, 2017Left quote

It also states how responsive relationships with adults, and in our case teachers, promote healthy brain development in a child’s early years. At The Little Skool-House , we believe that secure attachment and positive relationships promote children’s well-being and involvement (Ebbeck & Yim, 2009).

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Building Self-Confidence and Independence are the Starting Point of a 
 Child’s Learning

Building Self-Confidence and Independence are the Starting Point of a Child’s Learning

Our curriculum pedagogy, worked with Professor Ebbeck (PhD, The University of South Australia) and brought to life by top ECDA Fellow Dr Geraldine Zuzarte (PhD, The University of South Australia), enables the child to advance confidently in learning about the child’s sense of self, sensory and motor skills, and thinking and communication skills in both English and Mandarin. This is how the Relationships-Based Care approach is implemented in our prenursery schools and toddler care centres in Singapore to build a strong and confident learner in his or her early childhood years.

The Teacher I trust

The Teacher I trust

Once confidence is built, our focus is to drive a strong sense of learning during this ‘golden window’ of a child’s years, in 3 areas: Psychosocial Self (your child’s sense of self and his interrelationships, social and emotional intelligence); Physical Self, (your child’s sensory and motor skills); and, Thinking and Communication Self, (ability to comprehend and communicate concepts in English and Mandarin, as well as an academic foundation in early Math, Science and moral values).

The Teacher I trust
The Learning I Love

The Learning I Love

Once confidence is built, our focus is to drive a strong sense of learning during this ‘golden window’ for a child’s years, in 3 areas: Psychosocial Self (your child’s sense of self and his interrelationships, social and emotional intelligence); Physical Self, (your child’s sensory and motor skills); and, Thinking and Communication Self, (ability to comprehend and communicate concepts in English and Mandarin, as well as academic foundation in early math, science and moral values).

Story Books
Drive Learning

Open Book
Math

Math

Creativity

Creativity

Science

Science

Social Development

Social Development

Thinking & Communication in English & Mandarin

Thinking & Communication in English & Mandarin

Physical Self

Physical Self

The Importance of Relationships-Based Care in Early Childhood


The Relationships-Based curriculum we implement fosters a sense of trust and security between the child and their educators, maximising learning opportunities in our toddler playgroups in Singapore. Nurturing such trust builds their confidence, allowing for the seamless integration of early childhood education courses in our infant and toddler care centres. This paradigm shift in education from bond formation to objective pedagogies, which coincides with the recommended best practices, strengthens core life skills essential in a child’s formative years. As such, the Little Skool-House early childhood learning centres, which include infant childcare centres, actively work towards building curriculums that optimise cognitive development amongst children in Singapore.

93% of our graduates are Highly Proficient in English and Mandarin
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