Pre-School Curriculum of Little Red Hen

After an extensive research and exposure to different teaching approaches and methodologies, we have learnt that there is no absolute education approach that will work as the perfect preschool learning curriculum for all children in the early years.

Our Preschool Learning Curriculum

A Nurturing, Progressive Learning Environment

Our early years experts have curated a holistic curriculum where we follow an integrated approach inspired by these two educational approaches.

The Montessori Approach

Holistic & Self-paced

Montessori is a method of education that is based on self-directed activity, hands-on learning and collaborative play through materials that support every aspect of child’s development.

The Play Way Methodology

Subjective & Emotional Development

Based on the insight that ‘Play’ is the natural instinct of children; that every child possesses the same potential at birth, and it is the appropriate educational environment that shapes the growth of the child.

We have integrated these education approaches while following the framework of Early Years Foundation Stage ( EYFS) guidelines.

Learning and development covers the 7 key areas of learning within the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

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Overall Development

Personal, Social & Emotional

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Communication & Language

Expressing clarity of thought

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Physical Development

Fine motor co-ordination and Movement

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Literacy

The magic of the Written Word

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Math

A Fun Experience, by the Number

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Understanding the World

Opening the Windows

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Expressive Arts & Design

Unleashing Creativity

Through the Little Red Hen Preschool Learning Curriculum, we provide

  • Experiences to develop children’s attitudes, skills, and knowledge and to help them make connections across the curriculum
  • Activities that provide for a range of abilities
  • Activities that are both teacher-initiated and directed and child-initiated and directed
  • Whole class, small group, and individual experiences
  • Opportunities for critical and creative thinking
  • Teacher, peer, and self-assessment
  • Opportunities to experience learning as a meaningful whole