At Little Orchids International Preschool, we believe that
At Little Orchids International
Preschool, we work towards enhancing and strengthening every child’s own
natural learning abilities. By first Freeing, then Leading, the Imagination,
the program helps children to create their own unique connections. Building on
these strong connections, we help each child establish a positive relationship
with the learning experience, so that this positive and creative mindset
becomes a part of their learning experiences for life.
education consist in Drawing out the best out of yourself that is what we aim
to do at little orchids. We help the children to identify their potential and
create happy learners by implementing the Head ,heart and hand Philosophy.
says that 98% of child’s Brain development happens in the First Five years and
hence these are the foundation years of the child’s life .We at little orchids
know this and keep it in mind in all activities and growth environments that we
design for children.
Nuture the child’s Fllowing important skills.
& Aesthetic Skills
with our philosophy and the requisites of the International Preschool
Standards, Little Orchids’ programmes seek to:
holistic development and learning in young children by offering a
variety of stimulating experiences that support the physical, social, cognitive
and creative development of the whole child, in order to give him/her a good
start in education.
- Encourage integrated learning by incorporating relevant,
interdisciplinary learning experiences that advocates language, thinking,
reasoning and problem-solving as a basis for meaningful learning so that
children can develop a holistic and deeper understanding of the world around
- Develop active learners by providing many opportunities for
self-initiated and active hands-on learning experiences within a secure and
safe environment, so that young children can develop a sense of autonomy,
responsibility and a strong desire to learn and become life-long learners who
take charge of their own learning.
- Provide supported learning for young children through
suitably qualified teachers who are knowledgeable about child development and
who are sensitive towards individual needs, so that suitable help and guidance
will be provided for each child according to his/her current abilities and
- Promote learning through interactions by incorporating
collaborative work and project-based activities that require children to work
as a team to promote interactions and learning between peers, adults and the
- Promote learning through play by providing many opportunities for child-initiated free
play and adult-initiated guided play so that exploration, self-discovery and
learning can take place in a natural and enjoyable manner.