The preschool of choice for parents in Kuala Lumpur
To meet the growing demand for early years education in Damansara Heights, The children’s house opened its second centre (the first being Batai) in Bruas in September 1996. We expanded our 40 Bruas centre in May 2014 by opening 38 Bruas. Our newly renovated preschool includes a fun-filled outdoor play area, an atelier, and a modern music room.
The preschool is extremely spacious and specially designed in a way that makes your child feel at home. Children have the freedom to move and socialise in a non-competitive and harmonious environment, where they can express themselves fully and come into their personality. The carefully prepared environment at the preschool along with engaging materials ensure that your child gets abundant opportunity to learn, explore and excel, all in all enjoying their childhoods.
The programmes available at The children’s house Bruas include Montessori Playgroup for infants, pre-toddlers, and toddlers (3 months to 2.5 years old) and Montessori Junior for nursery and preparatory (2.6 to 6 years old). Therefore, you can be assured your infants will be fully cared for in an encouraging and motivational environment right until they are ready for primary school.
The operational hours of the preschool from 8am to 6pm provides a lot of flexibility to parents, and especially for parents who need flexibility. The full-day programme is also a great benefit of the working parents who now have child care they can completely trust.
Montessori method of education for early years
With more than three decades of experience in early childhood education and success stories of children all across Malaysia, The children’s house has gained trust and recognition of both Malaysian and expatriate parents. From humble beginnings in a quiet and leafy part of Damansara Heights to preschools in twelve locations around the Klang Valley, The children’s house continues to adhere to the Montessori method of education developed by Dr Maria Montessori.
The didactic materials were developed through years of extensive research culminating in a scientific pedagogy supported by teaching materials carefully designed and scaled down to the child’s dimensions.
The materials in the kindergarten include sensory play materials that are multi-sensory, sequential and self-correcting in nature. These materials are vital to refine the (auditory, tactile, visual, stereognostic, gustatory, chromatic and the sense of temperature) senses of the child.
The preschool curriculum also includes activities like spooning, pouring and transferring which develops the concentration, coordination of movement, balance, and above all fosters a sense of independence.
The language materials are designed in a way to help the child get a grasp of the writing instrument and be able to form the letters easily. In the same way, the phonetic sounds enable the children to understand the words by identifying the sounds. The regular practice of the techniques at the nursery helps the child to read and speak simple words which eventually take form of sentences.
The materials related to number work help the child understand mathematical concepts like numbers, counting, matching moving on the basics of more complex concepts like zero, odd, even, addition, subtraction and more.
Wholesome development of the child
Every activity at the preschool is designed to develop the social, emotional, physical and cognitive abilities of the child. The materials at the preschool are coupled with nature walks, projects and cultural activities for the children. The Montessori curriculum ensures that your child gets a perfect combination of academic and play-based curriculum and ensures that every child is able to learn at their own pace.
Even after decades of its creation, the Montessori method of education remains relevant and is recognised as one of the undisputed leaders of early childhood education. At The children’s house Bruas we are completely dedicated to providing the best environment to your child in order to inculcate a love of learning. Children are not bound in a rigid curriculum. Instead, we encourage them to develop problem-solving skills by finding out answers to their questions, follow their interest and develop their potential.
At children’s house Bruas, we welcome you to become a part of your child’s journey and enjoy every step of seeing your child turn into a confident, independent, compassionate and well-balanced individual.