Who Are We?
Sustainability begins at home, yet school plays a critical in educating children on the importance of sustainability and how they can make a difference in the world we are living in. Therefore, Dreamkids adopts the Nurturing Early Years (NEL) framework and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into our curriculum. As a result, learning now becomes alive and relevant! For example, building an eco-friendly garden in the school allows the children to get creative with recycled materials and understand essential concepts such as biodegradable and non-biodegradable products and their impact on Earth. In addition, it is one of the ways to involve our parents and community, who came forward with plant cutting and shared their knowledge on propagation. When sustainability begins in school, it becomes part of the learning and, soon, part of our lives.
WE MAKE LEARNING RELEVANT
Our signature parent-accompanied programme is carefully designed for parents with children aged 13 to 24 months. What follows is a unique blend of sensory story-based activities where children access the stories in many ways, such as dramatisation, music and movement, cooking, puppetry, crafts and more.
Our 4-hour drop-off Early Years programme indulges our little ones with a rich variety of experiences through sensory play to positively stimulate their senses that will lay the crucial foundation for success in the future.
Our Kindergarten Bilingual Programme is carefully planned with the aim not only to prepare our children for primary education but to impart future skills needed to succeed in tomorrow’s society. Our curriculum consists of diverse ideas revolving around Sustainable Development Framework, which are selected to promote these skills. Also, our children excel in their literacy skills with the help of child-friendly phonics and reading program.
We are inspired by inquiry-based learning, where we tap into children's curiosity and develop their essential skills, such as perspective-taking, critical thinking, problem-solving and communication. In addition, it is an approach to invite children to explore themes revolving around sustainability through experiential learning as they investigate real-world problems.
What Parents Say
"Both our daughters are having a great experience in Dreamkids, the elder loved the school from day 1 and looks forward every day to going back to school; the younger one was a bit more tricky, but after just a few days she fell in love with the school like her big sister. We are very happy with the progress we have seen on both of them and how the school has helped them to grow, learn and have fun with their friends."
Luis (Parent of Ava & Harley)