At the ELC, the programs are designed to build engaged and independent thinkers who display growth and development in all areas.

The programs are defined by research-based curriculum and individualized learning experiences. Through nurturing dedication, the facilitators guide your child toward reaching milestones and achieving success.

The centre strives to inspire a joy of learning, academic success, emotional well-being, and creativity in each child, so they may advance from the centre to make a difference in the world.

1.6 - 3.6 years

Pre-schoolers- PK1 and PK2

Learning in the first three years is significant because the skills, understanding and dispositions acquired lay the foundation for success in school and in life. Pre-schoolers are persistently hard at work learning important skills as they gain control and coordination. Each new skill lets them progress to the next one, building on a foundation that leads to deeper learning.

The potential possibilities of any child are the most intriguing and stimulating in all creation.


Goals As They Grow

  • Begin to learn about the world, a sense of self and the world outside.
  • Comfortably start communicating through gestures or words.
  • Learning through experiences and observations.
  • Sorting and classifying objects and have an increased understanding of categories.
  • Exploring and experimenting in the environment.
  • Awareness of a situation, response to that and a physical coordination to that.

How Are They Assisted

  • The facilitators encourage the preschoolers to learn and grow while fostering their unique natures and interests.
  • Each child experiences warmth, responsiveness, and the right kinds of stimulation to build on their language, cognitive skills and social development.
  • Preschoolers learn how to problem-solve, share, play and learn well together, while their minds are still growing and personalities still emerging.
  • By providing preschoolers with structured play time and an environment that is designed to suit the needs of pre-schoolers, the facilitators re-enforce the importance of physical activity in the overall development of preschoolers.