Our task regarding creativity, is to help children climb their own mountains, as high as possible”
– Loris Malaguzzi, Founder of Reggio Emilia schools
What to Expect in the EtonHouse Pre-School Curriculum (1 year - 4 years)
EtonHouse Bahrain provides an Early Years Programme for children aged from 1-4 years of age. Our qualified, international class teachers are supported by classroom assistants.
The early years are vitally important in the mental, physical and social development of every child. It is important that their individual needs are identified through observation and documentation of their interests, development and progress EtonHouse’s early childhood curriculum is inspired by internationally accepted best teaching practice from around the world such as the Reggio Emilia educational project of northern Italy.
At EtonHouse, the child benefits from a learning environment that promotes the continuous development of their social, cognitive, emotional, physical and creative strengths. Children are offered a range of opportunities to explore values, broaden communication skills, collaborate, make personal choices, group problem solve, develop ideas and explore information. Children’s learning and development, during the early years is supported by a framework of long and short term goals. These goals reflect the “whole” development of each individual child.
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