At The Little Tree House, we believe that learning should occur in a fun, meaningful, interactive, real and holistic way. We aim to nurture children under our care to become all-rounders that cherish learning. We recognize that children learn best through hands-on and meaningful activities. A range of structured and unstructured; active and quiet; self-directed and adult-initiated learning opportunities are implemented through individual, small group and large group activities. The curriculum is designed based on the needs and capacities of young children, where each unique child’s learning styles and interests are respected. This supports them to develop holistically – physically, emotionally, socially and intellectually, leading them to become lifelong learners.
Backed by this tradition of academic excellence, The Little Tree House is supported by the HELP Group Faculty of Education and Languages and the Faculty of Behavioural Science for enriching children’s learning experience.