Our Reggio Emilia Inspired Curriculum
With over 25 years’ experience to draw upon, we know that young children learn best when they are at play, when they feel comfortable to ask questions and to
explore possible worlds through their imaginations.
Our unique curriculum draws on the principles of Reggio Emilia philosophy which places the child at the center of the learning experience.
Our learning spaces guide each child’s exploration of the world around them, celebrating each child’s ideas, whether that be in mathematics and literacy, music and movement or learning a new language... and our highly-experienced teachers work with our young students to uncover and develop their innate wonder and develop their love of learning.
The inquiry-based approach of the IB Primary Years Programe is introduced from 3 years old, igniting curiosity and providing the foundation for success in the Elementary School.
To learn more about the curriculum in Infant Care and Nursery to Preschool in Early Years, click the links here
The Early Years program at AIS includes weekly: Mandarin, Speech and Drama, SmartSteps, Music, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics.
Your Child's Journey
Every moment matters when children are in their formative years of learning, and for many parents these moments can pass them by if they happen at nursery, school or daycare.
Our Storypark App enables you to relive the important moments that happen in your child’s school day and to feel more involved with their learning. The App, which can be accessed via mobile, desktop or tablet, allows teachers to send out updates, photos and videos throughout the day, and parents receive real-time notifications when new stories have been uploaded.
Storypark is an effective tool which can be used to track your child’s learning journey and see the progress they have made throughout the school year. Parents are also encouraged to share things they do with their child outside of school through the App, creating a two-way dialogue between teachers and parents. This helps both parties to have a better understanding of the child’s learning style and helps create relevant links across school and home life.
Early Years parents receive 1 WEEKLY NEWSLETTER 2 MONTHLY REFLECTIONS 5 TERMLY REPORTS 4 PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES