Most current researches on young children clearly indicate that when children play, they learn. Our curriculum is designed, based on inter-related unit of themes and children learn through PLAY. We believe that through PLAY, young children develop sensory and cognitive senses, acquire social skills, problem solving skills, language dexterity and academic knowledge and nurture creativity.
Children come to PIPS at different stage of their development, with different background and in different characters. The school plans programs and structured play-rich activities which cater for these differences. We provide children with the opportunities to explore the world around them and to take on new challenges, so that they will become thinking children, self-esteemed and independent. In planning our curriculum we welcome inputs from parents and teachers.