Our physical space at Little scholar’s is safe, flexible, child oriented and accommodates the changing developmental needs and interests of the earliest learners. Our air conditioned classrooms serve the needs of infants and toddlers and stocked with a variety of sensory-motor materials that infants and toddlers can reach, explore, and play with in their own way at their own pace. With nurturing and responsive caregivers as a home base, infants and toddlers are free to move about, explore materials, exercise creativity, and solve problems.
Getting our young ones comfortable with technology tools is a crucial part of thecurriculum. Hence, teachers conduct weekly classes in our IT room fully equipped with classes computers where children are taken through learning exercises to enhance their visual and auditory functions. Each child has access to their own computer and is guided by teachers and support staff through carefully planned activates.
Our play pretend room inspires children to imagine their environment and sparks their creativity and imagination. In this room, children are encouraged to redecorate their surroundings to simulate real life scenarios and characterize themselves. Whether it be to role play a policeman in a police station or a pilot in the sky our children have the freedom of space to do so at any time.
The Little Scholars campus has a wide range of outdoor play spaces that each cater to different physical developmental abilities and motor skills. Our large activity towers, grounded in soft sand, encourage children to climb and cross bridges in a safe environment. The play area also includes swings and trampolines for children to enjoy their time out. Our support staff are trained in safety and ensure children are always attended to whilst using any of the facilities across campus.