Language and Literacy

The possession of language is one of the remarkable achievements of early childhood education. By ages of 6, children essentially master the sound, grammar of their language and acquire a vocabulary of thousands of words. Use drawing, mark marking, symbols and writing with invented and conventional spelling to communicate ideas and information. Children start reading with understanding and enjoyment. They perceive or listen for information. In their first 6 years they develop the mechanism to convey meaning and communicate with others.


English, Buddy Readers, Phonics, Speech and Drama

Discovery of the World

Discovery of the world help children widen their knowledge and acquire the essential skills such as observing, classifying, experimenting and understanding the world around them. It helps children to develop the recording skills of how things work through simple investigation to develop a positive attitude towards the world around them. Show an interest in the world they live in. It sustains the natural curiosity of children and they gain confidence in their ability to think, reason and build connection.


Science and Discovery, Thematic Life and Field Trip

Aesthetic & Creative Expression

Art, music and movements help the child to explore how to express themselves creatively, express the ideas and feeling of music they hear or the song they sing or to move freely with their body in response to the music. Art and music and movement foster the development of the whole child, including the cognitive, physical, social-emotional and creative domains. Teachers can provide a range of stimuli, ideas and opportunities for children to draw, paint, print, create collages, construct 3-dimensional structures, sing with actions and movement, and play musical instruments. Art and music and movement experiences help promote children’s imagination and creativity.


Cookery , Young Artist, Music and Movement


Children’s thinking in the early years is naturally dominated by their perception or what their senses tell them. To help them in the learning and development of various abstract numeracy concepts, it is important to provide them with opportunities to:

Explore with objects
Hear the sounds of the words representing the objects
Look at pictures of the objects
Recognise written words or symbols in their daily play experiences
Talk about their solutions when solving problems
These opportunities will help them in the development of skills and concepts such as matching, sorting, comparing, ordering, patterning, counting and number sense, basic shapes and space.



Health & Fitness

At Moppeteers, children learn about healthy foods, trying healthy meals and how to live a healthy life through healthy habits. As, we believe nutrition and organic food play an important part in children overall development. Through our everyday menu we create the same. Physical activity has a huge impact on kids, stronger immune system, strengthening of the entire cardiovascular system, develop stronger bone structure and muscle structure. Active children are likely become an active adult.


Yoga, MMA


Education with a holistic perspective is concerned with the development of every person’s intellectual, emotional, social, physical, artistic, creative and spiritual potentials.

Holistic Education is based on its attention to experiential learning, and the significance that it places on relationships and primary human values within the learning environment. It seeks to engage students in the teaching/learning process and encourages personal and collective responsibility.

Holistic Education focuses on both academic and non-academic areas. It provides the students with the full opportunity to develop the skills and values that they will need for life. Besides judging our students’ performance through assessment, we are also looking at other and broader measures of how well they do in education.

Since holistic education seeks to educate the whole person, there are some key factors that are essential to this type of education. The children are required to learn about:

    • themselves
    • social literacy and emotional literacy
    • resilience

Last, curriculum also is derived from the teacher listening to each child and helping the child bring out what lies within oneself.