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The children's house, 16 Sierra, Puchong

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  • A genuine Montessori curriculum
  • Highly individualised to each child
  • Self-directed activities, hands-on learning and collaborative play
  • Classroom environment helps children develop the prime elements of character
  • Learning method cultivates skills that remain for a lifetime

The children’s house, 16 Sierra, Puchong is a well-established preschool that follows the theory and methods of the world-renowned Maria Montessori to give children an education for life. It is distinguished by its compassion and unwavering commitment to the individual child’s developmental needs 18 months after birth to 6 years of age. The preschool believes that the quality of education a child receives at an early age will largely impact his or her future. To that end, they have built a strong parent-school community that works hand in hand to provide children with the very best opportunities to learn and grow.   

The children's house, 16 Sierra, Puchong

A Child-Centred Approach

Firstly, the programmes are designed with the understanding that each child is unique. S/he learns differently, likes different things and comes with different abilities. Therefore, teachers carefully design lessons around each child’s individual needs. The whole system is very child-oriented, respecting the child’s inner desires and gravitation towards certain activities that interest them. Children get to choose their own activities and work at their own pace without any interruptions. This will result in the development of independence and concentration in children, as well as promote joy in learning. 

The children's house, 16 Sierra, Puchong
The children's house, 16 Sierra, Puchong
The children's house, 16 Sierra, Puchong
The children's house, 16 Sierra, Puchong

Prepared Classrooms Well-Resourced with Didactic Materials

To further nurture children’s natural tendencies to explore everything and become independent, all learning areas are specifically prepared to be easily accessible to children. Inviting materials are placed on low shelves, giving children the freedom to work with them and return them when they are done. They also contain a built-in-mechanism which helps children learn from their mistakes without the intervention of teachers. 

The children's house, 16 Sierra, Puchong
The children's house, 16 Sierra, Puchong

Develops the Whole Child

The classroom environment and the activities work in tandem to develop children holistically. They cover key curriculum areas (practical life, sensorial, language, mathematics, music and cultural studies) that not only give children a strong understanding of basic concepts but also teach children real-life skills. Each level focuses on a core set of skills that is suited to the developmental stage of the growing child. For instance, the youngest ones start with exercises that develop large muscle skills; 3- to 4-year-olds work on fine motor and pre-writing skills; as they get closer to primary age, they handle more complex activities and further broaden their experiences through field trips.

The children's house, 16 Sierra, Puchong

Children learn through their minds and bodies. They use their hands to work and engage many of their senses in the process. Thus, they understand better, learn faster and become more engaged.      

Teacher-Guided Learning

All along, teachers are by the children’s sides, acting as guides as opposed to carrying out the traditional role of reciting facts in front of a class. They possess the required certifications and are highly trained to be able to observe the individuality of every single child. Based on this observation, teachers come up with relevant materials for the child, step back and let him or her take control of their own learning. 

The children's house, 16 Sierra, Puchong
The children's house, 16 Sierra, Puchong

Social Development and Collaboration

Unlike many other preschools, children here learn alongside friends of different ages. This setting encourages older children to role model and fosters imitative learning. Consequently, children learn how to work together and respect each other, contributing to the everyday social skills needed to develop the whole child.

The children's house, 16 Sierra, Puchong

An Education for Life

This acclaimed pedagogy, the climate of the school, the routines and the educational experiences truly lay the foundation for a lifetime of growth. Every component engages children’s whole personality. In this child-centred environment, they are encouraged to act and think independently, thereby building confidence. Through lessons that foster communication skills, conflict resolution, and grace and courtesy, children learn how to better behave in social situations. They learn how to become a member of the community and eventually a mature adult willing to contribute to the society. This is why an education at The children’s house is often described as an “Education for Life.  

The children's house, 16 Sierra, Puchong
The children's house, 16 Sierra, Puchong

At The children’s house, 16 Sierra, Puchong, they see themselves as a big family. They have a great relationship with each other and an open two-way communication is something they continuously strive to achieve. Everyone is loving and caring, and commits to this educational journey whole-heartedly. This is a very special element that makes many families love The children’s house.

The children's house, 16 Sierra, Puchong

No. 37, Jalan Sierra 10/1,
Bandar 16 Sierra,
Puchong, Selangor 47120
02-6203 3XXX
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