Learning situations with plans and objectives are incorporated in our school curriculum.
Non-formal curriculum includes health inspections, toilet time, meals, break, games, free choice activities, group activities, etc.
Formal curriculum includes music, early language, early mathematics, early science, self and society, arts, group learning activities, in addition to other indoor and outdoor activities.
Our spiral curriculum is based upon on different themes and topics. Here a range of learning activities are related to children’s everyday lives and are designed to enhance their knowledge in language, natural science, early mathematics and society. The aim also is to develop skills and cultivate a positive attitude, complying with the teaching philosophy, where the emphasis is on starting with something easier and simpler. The games are designed to enable the children to acquire relevant experiences throughout the process, and to discover and explore the unknown.
The curriculum is designed to encompass the seasons, public facilities, social services, community activities and normative ethics. We create the epitome of a small community In order to help children to make the transition from home to school, and from school to the larger community.