Kindergarten

The NGP School’s Kindergarten curriculum is designed to foster Collaboration, Communication and Curiosity

Kindergarten at The NGP School

When children join Kindergarten at The NGP School, our priority is to ensure they are happy and joyous at school and to nurture their natural curiosity about the world around them. One look at the delight on our pupils' faces as they learn and master new skills is a beautiful reminder that the world in the eyes of three or four year olds is always exciting.

Our students become confident and competent citizens inspired to meet life’s challenges with intelligence, sensitivity, and courage.

Subjects Taught at The NGP School

At The NGP School, children will practise fundamental math, reading, writing, shapes, and time. It's designed to help children reach essential learning milestones.

The NGP School Fine and Gross Motoring
The NGP School Art, Crafts and Colors
The NGP School Kindergarten STEM
The NGP School Language and Literacy
The NGP School The World Around Us
The NGP School Music and Dance
The NGP School Mathematics
The NGP School Moral Science
The NGP School Play
The NGP School Swimming


Our teachers and their assistants, who are all first aid trained, can work closely with every child in Kindergarten. Small class sizes and high staff ratios allow us to provide a truly personalised approach for each child and ensure they reach their academic potential.

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The NGP School’s Kindergarten curriculum is designed to foster Collaboration, Communication and Curiosity

  • * Form group dynamics so that the younger students learn how to work in groups, play, discuss, cooperate, stand up for themselves, and show kindness and empathy towards others.
  • * All children at The NGP School need to continue to grow their ability to communicate and adapt new vocabulary in their personal and academic realms.
  • * Children will develop self-regulation to learn how to control their bodies and emotions and focus on the right things to succeed in school and life.
  • * Students at this age learn best by touching, pretending, and asking. This is why we use guided play to learn in the classroom.
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