Our curriculum is founded on the belief that all children are born with a unique intelligence profile. We believe that every child is special in their own way, and that it is the combination of different intelligences that defines their individuality. We capitalise on the natural disposition of each child, nurturing them into little legends who question, connect, problem-solve, communicate and collaborate.


(2 – 17 months)

We believe that every child has what it takes to become a little legend. Our Infant Programme provides opportunities for active learning through play with objects in the physical environment and with others in the social setting. Here, infants get to develop each type of intelligence from a young age.

The Linguistic intelligence, for instance, is best developed through rich sounds, sights, and consistent exposure to the speech and language of others. This supports the Early Years Development Framework (EYDF) and embodies its central idea of well-being, discovering, and autonomy.


(18 months – 3 years)

Successful legends were once little, and their journey began humbly as curious and inspired learners. Designed to stimulate your child’s natural curiosity, our Early Years Programme immerses children in a nurturing environment where they get to engage in active, multi-sensory activities, creative self-expression and peer collaboration.

Through inspiring materials provided by our educators, children get to exercise and strengthen different types of intelligences. Here, children get to explore, question, create, build and deconstruct. They will learn to work collaboratively in groups and engage in exciting activities such as rhymes, songs, stories, plays and puppet shows.


(4 – 6 years)

Through tiny but significant steps, we nurture little ones into little legends. Our Kindergarten Programme provides enriching opportunities that reflect the progression of skills, knowledge and outcomes. By adopting a systematic approach with in-depth investigation of concepts and topics, we maximise your child’s eight intelligences and honour their individual strengths.

Children are immersed in a variety of activities where they learn to not only listen, but also to question the ideas of others, and to develop their own perspectives on a range of concepts. These skills will certainly prepare them for success in school and beyond.