Building Bridges Programme
Help your child to transition to school and support their foundational skills.
Our School Readiness Programme supports children, particularly those with learning difficulties, in making an effective transition into school. It prepares them for mainstream education by laying the foundations for fundamental academic skills, as well as physical, cognitive, social and emotional developments.
Building Bridges is the right programme for your child if you are concerned about their:
- Ability to recognise letters and numbers
- Reading and writing skills
- Confidence in engaging with teachers and other children
- Ability to listen to and follow instructions
- Challenges in dealing with difficult emotions
Here’s how Building Bridges can help your child:
- Build positive relationships with others
- Develop strong self-esteem
- Learn self-care skills
- Improve their attention, concentration and emotional regulation
- Enhance their physical, communication and social skills
- Develop their fundamental academic skills
About Building Bridges
Starting school is a big transition for a child, as well as their families. As a parent, you hope that when school begins, your child will be able to confidently navigate their way through unfamiliar surroundings, and be able to engage meaningfully in lessons, activities and social settings.
Before a child can do so, however, they need to develop the skills necessary. This includes everything from the endurance to sit upright for an entire school day, to self-help skills such as opening lunch boxes and independent toileting.
They should also understand their responsibility for personal belongings, be able to follow routines and adhere to school rules, as well as understand and manage difficult emotions on those challenging school days. For some children, however, these areas could be particularly challenging.
The programme's international curriculum will encompass areas including:
- Fine Motor Skills
- Gross Motor Skills
- Adaptive Learning
- Social-Emotional Learning
- Cognitive Development
- Literacy and Math
Classes are held at our Damansara branch from Monday to Friday, with two sessions available daily. Each session accommodates only 6 students:
To learn more about the pre-enrolment (assessment and registration) process, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.
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