In Little Champs (2-3 years), children are at an age where they are curious, inquisitive, active and enthusiastic. Their language and communication ability also takes a big leap forward and we set up the classroom to be centered around this.
We aim to provide activities that meet the children’s needs and developmental milestones. The children love taking part in arts & crafts and it is rewarding to see how proud they become of their creations. We also incorporate a set nap time towards the end of the day.
If you’re ready for more info, we’d love for you to come visit us!
What will my child learn this year?
The syllabus is theme-based giving us the opportunity to explore a wide variety of fun and exciting concrete concepts, together with the associated vocabulary. Most themes are run over a 2-week period to allow for layered learning through reinforcement.
|07:00 – 07:30||Morning care|
|07:30 – 08:30|| Arrival activities |
• Construction toys
• Play dough
• Fine motor activities
• Concept toys
• Fantasy play
|08:30 – 09:00||Interactive morning ring |
• Music and movement
• Song and/or rhyme
• Theme or perceptual discussion
• Bible story
• Memory verse
|09:00 – 09:15||Outside free play|
|09:15 – 09:45||• Art and craft |
• Gross motor e.g. ball skills/obstacle course
• Baking activity
|09:45 – 10:00||Snack|
|10:00 – 11:00||Outside free play|
|11:00 – 12:00||Story time & sleep|
|12:00 – 12:30||Lunch|
Yes. Although the school day officially begins at 07:30 and ends at 14:00, a Morning Care facility is available from 07:00, and Aftercare is open until 17:30.
Parents are most welcome to communicate with the teacher in person at drop-off or collection time. Alternatively, a communication envelope is kept in each child’s bag in which notes can be sent either way. A class Whatsapp broadcast group is run by the teacher to post messages pertaining to the class, as well as the monthly calendar, current theme, and information regarding special days or events. Should you need to communicate an urgent message to the teacher, do call reception and the message will be relayed. The D6 online school communicator is the vehicle for the posting of school notices.
Little Flock provides a snack (sandwich and fruit) for mid-morning. Do pack a healthy lunch for your child (no sweets, biscuits, crisps) as well as a water bottle (no cool drink or sweetened beverages). The school is a nut-free zone to protect those children with a nut allergy.
The birthday boy or girl is made to feel very special on their birthday. A birthday ring is held in honour of your child as they wear their birthday crown. Should you wish to send a small treat for your child to share with friends, feel free to do so. We have a list of healthy treats on hand if you require some inspiration.
Yes. At toilet time, the children who are still in nappies are changed. We recommend that when your child shows signs of being ready, you undertake the 3-day potty training over a holiday.