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Cambridge Early Years

Cambridge Early Years programme gives wings to the start of an exciting educational journey, helping learners aged 3 to 6 develop  knowledge, understanding and social skills. The curriculum offers a flourishing start, through a holistic approach that focuses on the whole child and connects their development with the world and people around them. A spiral approach of revisiting and engaging with topics and skills at deeper levels and in different contexts across the stages is adopted. The curriculum content is split into six subject areas.

Communication, Language & Literacy

Speaking, listening, reading and writing, the critical skills of language through fun and engaging activities, ignite a lifelong curiosity for learning.


Creative expression

A splash of color on paper/ canvas, full throated singing with abandon, uninhibited steps of dance forms are fun ways of creative expression. This curriculum area brings together skills and cognitive processes.


Fun with shapes, sizes and numbers! Nipping the fear of mathematics at an early age, through games and activities, children are exposed to counting and numbers.


Social & Emotional Development

Laughing together, helping one another and developing social skills sets a platform for a healthy mental development. Relationships for life are built on stable emotional strength.

Our approach

A strong foundation for children to flourish as well-adjusted adults in the future is the focus of our Cambridge Early Years stage, based on international best practices.

Understanding the world

The “why, what, where, how and when” of children are always addressed patiently  to help them explore and interact and understand the world. Introduction to the fascinating world of nature, history, geography and religious education are all a apart of holistic development

Physical development

Play is a fun activity that helps develop coordination and a spirit of give and take. Our curriculum encourages children to develop movement skills through play, promoting positive attitudes towards exercise and laying the foundations for healthy, active lives.


Measuring progress

Progress is assessed to provide valuable insights for planning  and supporting the next stages of their learning and development.