Social-Emotional Learning

Develop your child’s self-awareness, self-control and interpersonal skills to improve their positive behaviours.

School Readiness

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.


What is Social-Emotional Learning?

This programme helps children and teenagers to develop the social-emotional skills that enable them to cope with everyday challenges, develop positive behaviour and make healthier life choices. This will, in turn, benefit them socially and academically.

Social-Emotional Learning can help your child or teen to:

  • Develop the skills to understand, cope and manage emotions and stress, which are a normal part of life.
  • Learn self-discipline, how to set and accomplish goals, and make responsible decisions. 
  • Develop the skills to control impulses, have empathy for others, and solve problems.
  • Develop the social skills to establish and maintain healthy relationships.
  • Lay the foundation to grow into positive, responsible, and self-aware adults.

Your child may benefit from our Social Emotional Learning programme if they struggle to:

  • Control their impulses (eg. having outbursts, or fights with other kids).
  • Take control of their thoughts and emotions.
  • Relate to other people’s emotions.
  • Establish and maintain healthy relationships with others (eg. resolving conflicts, communicating effectively and asking for help).
  • Make decisions and prioritise.

Early Intervention Program (EIP)

Is your child behind on reaching their developmental milestones? Early Intervention helps children work toward meeting their developmental milestones, learn new skills, overcome challenges and increase their success in both school and life.

Our Programme


For children aged 2-10 years, our First Connections Programme’s (FCP) curriculum aims to ensure children are willing to explore openly and confidently, thus making learning enjoyable for them. We emphasise on the use of a blended curriculum incorporating both Montessori and Thematic Integrated Curriculums while holding the academic standards of the British Curriculum. Our team corroborates together to ensure our curriculum consistently grows based on the developmental and socio-emotional well-being of our children with evidence from current research.

Inspired by Waldorf and Reggio Emilio approaches, FCP takes a child-centred approach, having teachers as guides while building a child’s life skills and independence. It is to ensure that children have the tools they need and the space to explore, express and create new ideas in their present and future selves.

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