Our Programmes

Our programmes are divided into two groups: Montessori Playgroup and Montessori Junior. Programmes for each age group focus on preparing the child for the next level and our low teacher : child ratios are designed for optimal learning. All of our activities are guided by a respect for the teacher, a respect for other children and a respect for the materials.

The Montessori method offers a nurturing, non-competitive learning environment which aims to meet the individual needs of each child in his physical, social, emotional and intellectual development. With the environment as an important element, classrooms are well-planned to avoid overcrowding and everything is child-sized and child-friendly.

Our Programmes

Our programmes are divided into two groups; Montessori Playgroup and Montessori Junior. Programmes for each age group focus on preparing the child for the next level and our low teacher : child ratios are designed for optimal learning. All of our activities are guided by a respect for the teacher, a respect for other children and a respect for the materials.

The Montessori method offers a nurturing, non-competitive learning environment which aims to meet the individual needs of each child in his physical, social, emotional and intellectual development. With the environment as an important element, classrooms are well-planned to avoid overcrowding and everything is child-sized and child-friendly.

Montessori Playgroup

2 months to 2.5 years old

Montessori Playgroup


2 months to 2.5 years old


Our focus is on getting it right from the very start– and we believe that starts at infancy. At The children’s house, we are firmly committed to providing a safe, secure, and stimulating environment for our infants aged 2 months onwards. The Award Winning curriculum was developed by Learning Vision Singapore, a member of the Busy Bees Southeast Asia family and has proved to be highly popular at our centre @Tunas Kijang, The Central Bank of Malaysia’s Corporate Childcare Facility. The infant and pre-toddler program is holistic and focused on optimum periods for learning characteristics of early development in the first three years of life. Holistic development emphasises the development of infants’ emerging physical, sensory-motor, perceptual, cognitive, language and social-emotional skills. The environment is designed to respect, support and respond to baby’s sensorial development.

Core curriculum
The framework that determines the pedagogy and key practices of the infant and pre-toddler program is guided by three distinctive features; caregiving, attachment and play.

– Caregiving emphasizes respectful, responsive and reciprocal interactions during routine caregiving.

– With Play, children acquire cognitive abilities, language skills, improve their physical abilities and learn how to deal with various emotions. By developing their moral values and social skills, children also learn to become active participants in the social world.

– Attachment as a curriculum is demonstrated through a loving environment where trust and security are nurtured to encourage exploration and the development of self-identity and self-esteem.

A typical day in school

Our focus is on getting it right from the very start and we believe that starts at infancy. At The children’s house, we are firmly committed to providing a safe, secure, and stimulating environment for our infants aged 2 months onwards.

The award-winning curriculum was developed by Learning Vision Singapore, a member of the Busy Bees Southeast Asia family and has proved to be highly popular at our centre @ Tunas Kijang, The Central Bank of Malaysia’s Corporate Childcare Facility.

The infant and pre-toddler programme is holistic and focused on optimum periods for learning characteristics of early development in the first three years of life. Holistic development emphasises on the development of infants’ emerging physical, sensory-motor, perceptual, cognitive, language and social-emotional skills. The environment is designed to respect, support and respond to baby’s sensorial development.

Infant and Pre-toddlers

Core curriculum
The framework that determines the pedagogy and key practices of the infant and pre-toddler programme is guided by three distinctive features: Caregiving, Attachment and Play.

– Caregiving emphasis respectful, responsive and reciprocal interactions during routine caregiving.

– Play, children acquire cognitive abilities, language skills, improve their physical abilities and learn how to deal with various emotions. By developing their moral values and social skills, children also learn to become active participants in the social world.

– Attachment as a curriculum is demonstrated through a loving environment where trust and security are nurtured to encourage exploration and the development of self-identity and self-esteem.

A typical day in school

19 months to 2.5 years old
If you have a toddler, you’ll notice how active and inquisitive they are, with a natural desire to touch and manipulate everything they see. Hence, to capture their natural curiosity and attention, we communicate through naming and listening games, storytelling, singing and rhyming. The toddlers’ desire to imitate results in their absorption of new words and their vocabulary soon expands to form sentences.

Trust is also built through loving care and participating in routine activities alongside their friends, such as putting away toys and personal belongings as well as observing positive meal-time behaviour. Gross motor skills and concentration span improves as the toddlers’ develop their abilities in spooning, pouring, sponging amongst others. Their natural desire to succeed in what they do is encouraged through repetitive activities until they can do everything themselves – creating a happy and motivated toddler!

 

Core curriculum
The toddler programme is designed to foster cognitive development, speech and language development, strengthen fine motor skills, grace and courtesy and promotes independence. Art and music are woven into each day with singing, dance and fine art always available to each child. The Toddler program takes advantage of the toddler’s natural drive to act independently. Montessori advances each child’s growth and development through a rich and well prepared environment designed just for toddlers. The classrooms are a special place for the young child to begin his/her steps towards independence and self-reliance.

A typical day in school

19 months to 2.5 years old
If you have a toddler, you’ll notice how active and inquisitive they are, with a natural desire to touch and manipulate everything they see. Hence, to capture their natural curiosity and attention, we communicate through naming and listening games, storytelling, singing and rhyming. The toddlers’ desire to imitate results in their absorption of new words and their vocabulary soon expands to form sentences.

Trust is also built through loving care and participating in routine activities alongside their friends, such as putting away toys and personal belongings as well as observing positive meal-time behaviour. Gross motor skills and concentration span improve as the toddlers develop their abilities in spooning, pouring, sponging amongst others. Their natural desire to succeed in what they do is encouraged through repetitive activities until they can do everything themselves – creating a happy and motivated toddler!

Toddler

Core curriculum
The toddler programme is designed to foster cognitive, speech and language development, strengthen fine motor skills, grace and courtesy and promote independence. Art and music are woven into each day with songs, dances and fine is art always available to each child. The Toddler’s program takes advantage of the childs’s natural drive to act independently. Montessori advances each child’s growth and development through a rich and well prepared environment designed just for them. The classrooms are a special place for the young child to begin his/her steps towards independence and self-reliance.

A typical day in school

Montessori Junior


2.6 to 6 years old


2.6 to 4 years old
The nursery environment is in an attractive setting with a warm, friendly and secure atmosphere where children from all walks of life and faith are encouraged to realise their full potential and to develop an enthusiasm for learning.

As their expressive language expands and their coordination improves, pre-schoolers need close guidance in positive communication and behaviour. Use of polite language and courteous behaviour are focus areas in daily lessons – these are essential in helping the child better manage their emotions, effectively communicate and socialise.

Pre-schoolers are imaginative and their illustrations are colourful and detailed. Through our guided writing programme, the child learn more about penmanship and vocabulary. As the year progresses, they are encouraged to discuss stories, enjoy reading and our teachers also introduce phonics programmes for better pronounciation. In Number Work, the children practice with creative mathematical  equipment that progresses in difficulty, enabling them to better absorb abstract concepts such as geometry and sequencing.

Core curriculum
Each programme builds on the one before it, providing challenges appropriate to both age and skill levels. Language, mathematics, spatial learning, self-discovery, music, and art are all incorporated into our approach.

In the Montessori nursery environment The Montessori classroom is a “living room” for children. Children choose their activities from open shelves with self-correcting materials and work in distinct work areas – on tables, on rugs or on the floor. The curriculum focus on 5 domains which enhance the development of task organization and cognitive order through care of self, care of the environment, exercises of grace and courtesy, and refinement of physical movement and coordination.

A typical day in school

Montessori Junior

2.6 to 6 years old

2.6 to 4 years old
The nursery environment is in an attractive setting with a warm, friendly and secure atmosphere where children from all walks of life and faith are encouraged to realise their full potential and to develop an enthusiasm for learning.

As their expressive language expands and their coordination improves, pre-schoolers need close guidance in positive communication and behaviour. Use of polite language and courteous behaviour are focus areas in daily lessons – these are essential in helping the child better manage their emotions, effectively communicate and socialise.

Pre-schoolers are imaginative and their illustrations are colourful and detailed. Through our guided writing programme, the children learn more about penmanship and vocabulary. As the year progresses, they are encouraged to discuss stories, enjoy reading and our teachers also introduce phonics programmes for better pronounciation. In Number Work, the children practice with creative mathematical  equipment that progresses in difficulty, enabling them to better absorb abstract concepts such as geometry and sequencing.

Nursery

Core curriculum
Each programme builds on the one before it, providing challenges appropriate to both age and skill levels. Language, mathematics, spatial learning, self-discovery, music, and art are all incorporated into our approach.

In the Montessori nursery environment the Montessori classroom is a “living room” for children. Children choose their activities from open shelves with self-correcting materials and work in distinct work areas – on tables, on rugs or on the floor. The curriculum focuses on 5 domains which enhance the development of task organization and cognitive order through care of self, care of the environment, exercises of grace and courtesy, and refinement of physical movement and coordination.

A typical day in school

4 to 6 Years Old
There is a heavy emphasis on Grace and Courtesy. Children practice using manners, respecting each other, conflict resolution and positive self-expression. Their time here also prepares them for the work of the elementary environment, allowing for a seamless transition from one level to the next.

Lessons are given on individual basis or in small groups. This enables the teacher to discover more about each individual child and their inner development. Children develop best in a caring environment where they are allowed to express themselves, learn from their experiences, and integrate those developments of learning into their world.

The mixed age group environment creates an atmosphere where children learn to help and be helped by other children, because they interact consistently with children whose age and abilities are varied. Children gain an appreciation for their achievement and the accomplishments of others, and are naturally challenged by the achievements of others.

 

Core curriculum
The curriculum for our preparatory classes has been structured to foster development of lifetime cognitive skills and to prepare children for formal schooling. We encourage our children to become accomplished readers and writers, skilled in mathematics, creative thinking and problem solving. We provide opportunities for children to question and express their curiosity, which results in developing confidence, independence, and high self-esteem as well as exploration of individual interests.

A typical day in school

4 to 6 Years Old
There is a great emphasis on Grace and Courtesy. Children practise good manners, respect for each other, able to resolve conflicts and express themselves positively. Their time here also prepares them to be ready for the elementary environment, allowing for a seamless transition from one level to the next.

Lessons are given on individual basis or in small groups. This enables the teacher to discover more about each individual child and their inner development. Children develop best in a caring environment where they are allowed to express themselves, learn from their experiences, and integrate those developments of learning into their world.

The mixed age group environment creates an atmosphere where children learn to help and be helped by other children, because they interact consistently with children whose age and abilities are varied. Children gain an appreciation for their achievement and the accomplishments of others, and are naturally challenged by the achievements of others.

Preparatory

Core curriculum
The curriculum for our preparatory classes has been structured to foster development of lifetime cognitive skills and to prepare children for formal schooling. We encourage our children to become accomplished readers and writers, skilled in mathematics, creative thinking and problem solving. We provide opportunities for children to question and express their curiosity, which results in developing confidence, independence, and high self-esteem as well as exploration of individual interests.

A typical day in school

Embracing diversity

In The children’s house, we embrace cultural diversity and cultivate within our children a love for humanity and nature. Our children experience the joy of being part of a multicultural, multiracial, and multinational environment. Their knowledge and understanding of the world is enhanced by a variety of interdisciplinary projects.

We celebrate all the festivals of Malaysia. Music and movement, art and craft, strorytelling and drama activities are integrated into these projects and shared with parents on our annual Culture Day.

Learning beyond the classroom

Along with our core curriculum, children will also enjoy fun and enriching activities. There come in a way of picnics, outdoor art sessions, gardening projects, nature studies, school field trips, gymnastics, music and movement… all part of the Montessori all-rounded child development system.

Enrichment and after school programmes*

Integral to the Montessori philosophy is the inclusion of enrichment programs that stimulate children and allow them to learn while playing and exploring creative outlets that will help them advance in the future.

In The children’s house we offer a wide range of before- and after-school child care programs, which vary by school. Some of the programs include:

  • Ballet and Dance
  • ABC Music & Me Music
  • Art and craft
  • Languages- Bahasa Malaysia and Mandarin
  • Reading
  • Taekwondo

*Programmes offered are subject to change. Kindly speak to our administrators on the registration process for the enrichment and after school programmes

Enrichment and after school programmes*

Integral to the Montessori philosophy is the inclusion of enrichment programmes that stimulate children and allow them to learn while playing and exploring creative outlets that will help them advance in the future.

In The children’s house, we offer a wide range of before- and after-school child care programmes, which vary by school. Some of the programmes include:

  • Ballet and Dance
  • ABC Music & Me Music
  • Art and craft
  • Languages- Bahasa Malaysia and Mandarin
  • Reading
  • Taekwondo

*Programmes offered are subject to change. Kindly speak to our administrators on the registration process for the enrichment and after school programmes

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We welcome your feedback

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Get in touch with us!

+603-6203 3833

Customer Care Line operational hours are from Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. (Closed on weekends and national holidays.)

Or feel free to email your enquiries:

contact@thechildrenshouse.com.my

Schedule a Visit

Careers in TCH

If you have a deep passion and love working with children, email us at

career@thechildrenshouse.com.my

We welcome your feedback

For parent feedback on our schools and services, please email us at

feedback@thechildrenshouse.com.my