Nursery 1 ( 3 years old* )
Using an inquiry based approach, we purposefully and meaningfully plan and set up our classroom environment based on the children’s interest.
EtonHouse Surabaya support your child to explore and become an active, competent, and independent learner as they develop their soft skills.
The children will also have the opportunities to access literacy and develop their oral language skills as we present different medium to express their ideas, feelings and thoughts such as through music, drama, drawing, painting and other visual art.
Through engaging learning experiences and observation, we develop knowledge and understanding about basic mathematical concepts like numbers, shape, estimation, prediction, sequencing and classifying.
Academic Period 2020/2021
Monday – Friday
8.30 AM – 12.00 AM
Academic Calendar 2020/2021
|Age||Month and Year of birth|
3 years old* July 2017 – June 2018
Academic Calendar 2021/2022
|Age||Month and Year of birth|
3 years old* July 2018 – June 2019
*Nursery 1 children will turn 3 years old
during the academic year
Children will be provided with developmentally appropriate settings, materials and experiences that encourage early forms of reading, writing and phonological awareness to develop into conventional literacy for both English and Mandarin.
Children develop an understanding of the world around them when engaging with experiences that enable exploration through their senses, building early scientific theories and developing fine motor skills. Children will explore many mediums as they develop inquiry and problem solving skills.
Nature & Environment
Children will have the opportunity to explore the earth, to observe and to describe. By using materials to mix, to pour and to measure, children will develop the fundamentals of numeracy. This connection and understanding of the world around them is essential to developing concepts of sustainability.
Music and Movement
Children develop understandings about musical concepts e.g. rhythm, pitch; as well as skills in body co-ordination and creative movement, a social activity that develops the sense of being part of a group.
Children develop a sense of wonder and expand their innate curiosity about the surrounding world through a range of contextualised experiences planned by teachers. Children will have
Supports children in re-enacting or recreating experiences. Children develop language and literacy skills as they represent their ideas through different media and collaborate with peer as part of a team.
Children who participate in cooking or food preparation experiences, will enable opportunities to engage in mathematical and science concepts in authentic ways. Social and language skills will also be developed naturally through these experiences.
Physical education and movement is part of the general well being of the child. Through these experiences, children will develop gross motor skills, spatial awareness, eye hand coordination, flexibility and agility whilst promoting social development and self management skills.
Children will have opportunities to express themselves through a diverse range of creative art mediums such as; clay, paint, drawing, textiles, collage and sculpture using different natural, made and recycled materials.