Play-Based Learning

Children are naturally curious. Right from birth, they are wondering and exploring. They are watching, listening, moving and feeling. These experiences shape how children learn about the world around them. It also has a natural and positive influence on children’s social, physical, emotional and cognitive development. The best learning happens when children play. We believe play is important and provide opportunity for children to play every day.

Whether it is playing dress ups, constructing grand designs with building blocks, singing songs, telling stories, playing with containers or having fun outside with sand and water – play can be built into everyday routines and activities.

A play-based learning environment encourages talking, reading, thinking, and writing. Through this, your child sees literacy and numeracy as part of their everyday experience.