School Readiness Program

When it is time for them to start primary school, children should have the confidence to face new adventures.

Our teachers’ care and attention make this a smooth process and transition. We will ensure that your child feels comfortable, happy and ready for the journey.

Transitioning Smoothly to Primary 1

We pave the way for your child’s smooth transition to Primary 1. We do this with a well-rounded curriculum and a personalised programme.

We build their confidence, independence and foundational skills.

These are the building blocks for a successful start to primary school.

  • To facilitate a smooth transition to primary school, we will:

    • Take children on arranged visits to a primary school.
    • Prompt children about things they may already know about P1.
    • Share photos of key areas in a primary school.
    • Share photos of typical sign boards and canteen menus.
    • Teach children what a school’s General Office is for.
  • To nurture your child’s confidence, we will guide your child to:

    • Learn how to make new friends.
    • Learn to work as a team and get along.
    • Learn how to resolve conflicts amongst friends.
    • Respect personal space
    • Respect Principals, teachers and helpers.
    • Stay safe from strangers and avoid danger.
  • To ensure that your child remembers basic toilet training, we will guide your child to:

    • Maintain personal hygiene.
    • Remember to flush the toilet after use.
    • Adopt good hand-washing techniques.
    • Handle buttons and zips.
    • Learn to clean up their mess.
    • Remember not to peek under the doors.
    • Knock first if the cubicle seems to be occupied.
    • Lock the door after entering the cubicle.
    • Understand the importance of cleanliness and hygiene.
  • To help your child learn routines and responsibilities, we will:

    • Teach them about class timetables.
    • Guide them to be responsible for their belongings like school bags, stationery, water bottles, etc.
    • Teach them to respect others’ belongings.
    • Discuss rules for acceptable attire and hairstyles.
    • Help them understand punctuality and attendance.
    • Talk about classroom rules.
  • To help your child learn basic money skills, we will:

    • Teach them to recognise coins and notes.
    • Conduct counting practice.
    • Use toy money for interactive activities such as “Store Play” and “Grocery Shopping”
    • Guide them to practice “buying” items and calculating the correct amount for purchase.
    • Teach them how to calculate the correct change to be received.

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