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7 Things You Should Know about The children’s house Pre-School in Malaysia

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Deciding upon your child’s education is an important part of being a parent. Your decision as a parent could set your child on the path to success. And the path to a successful future starts young, when your young one is still an infant.

Selecting the right pre-school can definitely be a daunting process, but it is better if you have an idea on some of the pre-schools. Like The children’s house, a reputable pre-school using the Montessori Method of education.

Below are seven things you should know about The children’s house pre-school in Malaysia.

1. The children’s house..How it all Started

The children’s house was founded in 1986 by Nan Civel, the first educator to introduce the complete Montessori Method of early childhood education in Malaysia. Nan was inspired by a visionary Italian doctor, Dr. Maria Montessori, which led her to embark on a three-year course of study and work programme in the Maria Montessori Training Organisation in England, in 1983. She also gained many hours of teaching experience in three different Montessori schools in London upon completion of her Diploma in Montessori Education.

With much confidence and motivation, Nan returned to Malaysia to set-up The children’s house in Damansara Heights, introducing the Montessori philosophy in its entirety.

2. The children’s house Mission

The school’s mission is to provide the foundation for children to realize their full potential, socially, emotionally, intellectually, creatively and physically, to flourish and contribute positively as a future citizen of the world. Also, the school constantly keeps abreast of any latest research findings on child development to be applied in the classroom environment.

For the past 28 years, The children’s house have nurtured more than 10,000 children from well over 50 countries and have successfully maintained their quality of standards in the early childhood education industry, while being highly regarded as a premium pre-school in Malaysia.

3. The Unique Montessori Approach

Montessori respects each child as individuals and recognizes them as being different from adults. In a prepared environment, children are given the freedom to choose from a range of carefully planned activities and materials, thus encouraging development at his/her own pace. Children develop a deep love and a need of purposeful work and are motivated for the sake of the activity itself.

The children’s house is firmly committed to Dr Maria Montessori’s idea that transforming the process of children’s education can help develop the attitudes of the adults they would later become.

4. The children’s house Educators

The children’s house has a team of 136 dedicated Montessori trained educators, many who have been with the schools for more than 10 years. They truly enjoy the harmonious and respectful working environment and are also continuously enriched with international best practices and the latest research through training and development courses.

5. The children’s house Programmes

The children’s house offers programmes for Pre-toddler, Toddler, Nursery and Kindergarten levels. An award-winning infant curriculum is also now offered at their new branch at Oasis Square, Ara Damansara.

The teaching environment at The children’s house is child-centric and meticulously prepared, coupled with stimulating print rich learning areas fully equipped with materials designed to meet the need of each child. Programmes for each age group also focuses on preparing your child for the next level, and their low teacher ratios are designed for optimal learning.

6. Valuing Parents’ support

The children’s house values reciprocal relationship with parents and acknowledges the importance of parental engagement in providing an all-round education. They believe that parental support is the key to creating a circle of love, harmony and mutual respect in the environment and are the true partners in the children’s journey of lifelong learning.

7. The Eight Preschools of The children’s house

Since the opening of its first school in 1986, there are now eight iconic red and white schools in well-established residential areas in the Klang Valley. To meet the needs of working parents, The children’s house has also opened 2 preschools in commercial areas – one in Oasis Square, which boasts over 14,000 square feet of classroom and activity space, and another in The [email protected] Jaya One, which is the country’s first child centric enrichment mall.

The eight schools are:

  • 7, Jalan Ampang Hilir, Ampang
    Pre-toddler to Kindergarten Programme ( Age group of 8 months to 6 years old)
  • 3 Jalan Batai Barat, Damansara Heights
    Pre-toddler and Toddler Programme ( Age group of 8 months to 3 years old)
  • 5 Jalan Batai Barat, Damansara Heights
     Nursery and Kindergarten Programme ( Age group of 3 to 6 years old)
  • 40 Jalan Bruas, Damansara Heights
    Pre-toddler to Kindergarten Programme ( Age group of 8 months to 6 years old)  
  • 53, Jalan Terasek, Bangsar Baru
     Pre-toddler to Kindergarten Programme ( Age group of 8 months to 6 years old)
  • 154, Pinggir Zaaba, TTDI
    Toddler to Kindergarten Programme ( Age group of 18 months to 6 years old)
  • The [email protected] One, Petaling Jaya
    Toddler to Kindergarten Programme ( Age group of 18 months to 6 years old)
  • Oasis Square, Ara Damansara
    Infant to Kindergarten Programme ( Age group of 3 months to 6 years old)

Location and Contact Details of The children’s house in Malaysia

The children’s house can be contacted at 03 2092 3833. You can also check out their website.

The map below will help you locate each of the nine schools in the Klang Valley area.

 




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