Our Early Years curriculum draws inspiration from Cambridge’s play-based approach, supports childhood development, allows for individual progress monitoring, and fosters multilingualism for a smooth transition into primary education.

In alignment to the esteemed Cambridge Early Years model, we have structured our curriculum around six pivotal areas that holistically support the various stages of your child's growth

Effective Communication and Literacy

Research shows that language proficiency comparable to that of native speakers can be achieved if a new language is learned before the age of 10. Our curriculum places great emphasis on English, Mandarin, Tetum, and Portuguese language acquisition, beginning as early as 3 years old. Your child will engage in comprehensive language activities encompassing speaking, listening, reading, and writing. While all four languages are equally important, you can anticipate a heightened focus on English and Mandarin to ensure a strong foundation.

Encouraging creative expression is pivotal to nurturing your child’s ability to communicate their thoughts and ideas freely. Our arts, design, music, and dance subjects are designed to ignite imagination and bridge cognitive skills across all areas of the curriculum

Mathematics lays the groundwork for logical and systematic thinking. Our curriculum aims to seamlessly introduce mathematical language, concepts, and thinking, preparing your child for more complex problem-solving in their primary education journey.

Art and music provide boundless avenues for self-expression. Our fine arts curriculum is a canvas for creativity, sparking imagination and honing transferable skills. Through mediums like painting, printmaking, model crafting, and digital art, students evolve into astute critical thinkers with a refined sense of introspection. Communication transcends language, encompassing visual arts and harmonious melodies. Whether through conventional subjects or creative outlets, each students finds their unique niche. Our musical exploration introduces string instruments like the ukulele and traditional Timorese musical instruments, complemented by basic musical notation, vocalization, and dance.

Our curriculum radiates as a beacon of sustainability education. As young minds unlock their potential, they are adeptly guided through a specialized SEE subject. This imparts essential life skills encompassing areas such as food science and preparation, textile and apparel, financial literacy, household management and design, farming, and family dynamics. Students further explore SEE topics within our Global Perspective subject and via engaging weekly Ted Talk sessions. Here, teenagers are empowered to eloquently share their perspectives before their peers. Beyond this, we foster profound understanding of Asian and European cultures through our Cultural Studies subject, offering dual insights into the intricacies of these regions while nurturing valuable knowledge. With a panoramic global perspective and an ever-expansive growth mindset, we embolden students to passionately practice sustainability, wholeheartedly embrace diversity, amplify empathy, and resoundingly declare, “This is Who I Am!” to the world.

A healthy body nurtures a healthy mind. Through engaging team sports and coordinated activities, your child will develop gross and fine motor skills, spatial awareness, and essential social skills in a fun and energetic environment.


Communication & Literacy

English, Mandarin, Tetum or Portuguese.

Creative expression

Drama, Visual Arts, Singing and Dancing

Personal, Social &
Emotional Development

Cultivating a safe environment for learning, fostering relationships, developing self-awareness, and building confidence


Develop basic numeracy skills with interactive lessons with personalized learning, real-life examples.

Physical Development

Building strong bodies and healthy minds for a brighter future!

Understanding World

Science (Term 1), Digital Literacy & Computing (Term 2) Humanities (Term 3)



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8.30am to 12.30pm


8.30am to 12.30pm


8.30am to 12.30pm


8.30am to 12.30pm