(From 18 months to 2 years by 1st September)
To create an exciting first-school experience away from home that is engaging, caring and nurturing.
Special Activities of The Year
- Acquiring communication skills
- Making friends and learning to be independent
- Potty training
- Playing with toys
- End of Session Parties
- Open day
Parents/guardians can bring their wards to school from 06:30 a.m. with morning devotion at 08:00 a.m. and class activities beginning at 08:30 a.m. Break time: 10:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Closing time for Pre-Kindergarten is 12:30 p.m. Parents/ can pick up their wards from their class between 12:30-03:30 p.m.
Children that are not picked after 03:30 p.m. will wait at Head Teachers office till Close of work by 04:00 p.m. Parents/guardians will be contacted after 03:00 p.m. to pick their ward. Please ensure that your emergency contact records in the school are up to date.
What makes us Special
- Our world class learning facility.
- Fun, exciting, and challenging activities
- Talented and caring team of teachers and class assistants.
- 1:15-teacher/pupil ratio for 18 – 30 months.
- Open day – one on one interactive session between parents and teachers.
- Group of friends
- Music & dance steps
- Creative arts
- Bible stories
Including all the fun activities that we can do at home that help develop psychomotor skills.
Maryland Epiphany program is all encompassing as pupils are primarily exposed to a serene and exciting academic environment that is very conducive to learning. A high level of coaching and attention is attained at Maryland with a minimal teacher/pupil ratio of 1:15 for the ages of 18 months to 30 months. Psychomotor and affective learning skills are introduced and developed.
Pupils explore numeric art, language/communication arts, social studies and science concepts through the use of instructional media, cartoons, storytelling, nursery rhymes and educational video clips. Our daily lessons are structured with Music and art. Our academic team use Maryland continuous assessment record to track our Epiphany progress and to relate this progress with parents and/or guardians.