Curro Rosen Castle’s internally-developed programme was developed with Early Learning and Development Areas in mind and is aimed at nurturing and developing children in a stimulating, fun-filled environment. Our programme includes activities built around Lego Soft Bricks, which form important early foundations for Robotics studies in primary school.
What are the Early Learning and Development Areas?
The first seven years of a child’s life is the most crucial for developing cognitive and physical abilities. Therefore, our programme stimulates physical, social, emotional and cognitive well-being through developmental activities and engaging play areas. While we acknowledge the existence of age-appropriate development milestones, we focus on stimulating all development areas, rather than emphasise a select few just to reach a milestone.
View our fact sheet for more information on the Early Learning and Development Areas.
Will the Curiosity Approach change the programme at Curro Rosen Castle?
Our high-quality programme offering will not change; only our approach will. Children’s learning will be guided by their natural interests and curiosity, rather than by overly structured activities. However, guidance from teachers will ensure that learners discover new areas of interest to ensure a well-rounded development.
You can also learn more by reading about the Curiosity Approach.