The curriculum goals of a nursery school are more specific than for childcare, but less strenuous than for primary school. The preschool is the first step children take into the outside world therefore great care has been taken to plan the facilities at the pre-school.


Outdoor play area: This area has been created using safe & flexible material.


Class rooms: The rooms are bright, safe and child friendly with low level moulded furniture and safe materials. The hub of the class room is the different learning corners that focus on individual learners and their strengths.

A nursery school is for children between the ages of three and five years, staffed by qualified teachers and other professionals who encourage and supervise educational play rather than simply providing childcare. It is a pre-primary institution, part of early childhood education.


School hygiene and sanitation are especially important because children spend a great deal of time at school and they need a healthy environment to learn and grow, physically, mentally and socially.

Life skills

Teachers sometimes describe these skills as “learning to learn” skills, which can be developed through intentional daily activities. 

Below, we explore the seven essential life skills and offer some simple ways to nurture them

  • Focus and Self-Control
  • Perspective-Taking
  • Communication
  • Making Connections
  • Critical Thinking
  • Taking on Challenges
  • Self-Directed, Engaged Learning

Art of communication skills

As children develop, they use verbal and nonverbal communication for a range of purposes including showing, sharing, commenting, questioning, requesting (and more).

Through opportunities to observe and participate in social situations, children learn how conversation (and social interaction) works. These important social rules and skills enable children to communicate with others in more sophisticated ways.   

Thus, the development of conversation and social skills is dependent upon opportunities for children to interact with peers and adults, as part of supportive and enriching experiences.