ADULT ACCOMPANIED PROGRAMMES

Providing a safe and secure environment for learning and invite young children (aged 6 months to 4 years) and their parents to play!

As we play, laugh, and talk, we learn about getting along with one another. We learn about doing things for ourselves and for others. And we learn about joining in and following the leader (the teacher). We encourage this playful approach to life and learning not only in our children, but also in us as parents and the first teachers of our children’s lives.

Every child in Adult Accompanied programmes requires an accompaniment by an adult.


PlayNest
(6 – 18 Months)

Nurturing attachment and security
This single year in a child’s life contains the most profound leaps in learning and development. There is no other time in our lives when growth is so rapid, so visible, from day-to-day, moment-to-moment.

Introducing PlayNest – for children aged between 6 to 18 months – this is where we introduce the importance of family support at the start of a child’s journey of learning and discovery in a safe, clean environment. A sense of security is primary to a child’s enjoyment of discovery and learning: that is why PlayNest is created as a programme both for the adult as well as the child.

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In PlayNest, our students will:
▪ Develop social skills through meaningful interactions with teachers, puppets and parents
▪ Stimulate imagination, sounds, rhythms and spoken words by exposing children to age-appropriate language, stories and music through our specially-created Story Time and Music Time series for our little ones
▪ Build sensory abilities through fun art & craft and discovery activities
▪ Exercise gross motor coordination and develop sense of balance and spatial awareness through gross motor play activities
▪ Gain appreciation for foods & eating together: learn the social skills of eating with others while developing a taste for a variety of healthy organic food



PlayClub
(1½ – 3 Years)

Fostering self-control and autonomy
By the time your child is two years and five months old, your child’s growing independence will require a larger playing field enriched with thoughtful activities to enhance learning.

Welcome to the joys of learning through PlayClub – one of Julia Gabriel’s most sought-after programmes by parents and children alike! PlayClub is a bridge between home and school, offering a stimulating and highly enjoyable programme that offers good language models.

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Our theme-based curriculum is structured around child-centred themes through activities such as indoor and outdoor play, music, art and craft, hands-on pre-science activities, stories, speech, drama and snacks, and letters of the alphabet, numbers, shapes and colours.

In PlayClub / Bilingual PlayClub, our students will:
▪ Engage in hands-on activities and interact in different environments with PlayClub’s Magic box time and our unique Alphabet Zoo puppets to work on hand-eye coordination and enhance their sensory and aesthetic awareness
▪ Relate and make sense of real-life experiences with our well-loved PlayClub Bears: a Julia Gabriel specialty
▪ Learn the social skills of eating together: practice turn-taking, social rituals of dining with peers, be exposed to different types of food during Snack time
▪ Express themselves naturally in the form of music, movement and dance.



*Independent PlayClub
(1½ – 3 Years)

Developing a secure concept of self and a sense of independence
Derived from PlayClub, this all-new independent version features a thrice-a-week routine, offering a stimulating and highly enjoyable programme that nurtures a strong foundation for language skills through meaningful interaction, focused play, and enjoyment of sounds and rhythm.

*The Independent PlayClub programme does not require the accompaniment of a caregiver. Currently available only in Mont' Kiara centre.

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Our theme-based curriculum is structured around child-centred themes through activities such as indoor and outdoor play, music, art and craft, hands-on pre-science activities, stories, speech, drama and snacks, and letters of the alphabet, numbers, shapes and colours.

In PlayClub / Bilingual PlayClub, our students will:
▪ Engage in hands-on activities and interact in different environments with PlayClub’s Magic box time and our unique Alphabet Zoo puppets to work on hand-eye coordination and enhance their sensory and aesthetic awareness
▪ Relate and make sense of real-life experiences with our well-loved PlayClub Bears: a Julia Gabriel specialty
▪ Learn the social skills of eating together: practice turn-taking, social rituals of dining with peers, be exposed to different types of food during Snack time
▪ Express themselves naturally in the form of music, movement and dance.



Bilingual PlayClub
(1½ – 3 Years)

Fostering self-control and autonomy in two languages at a go
Many studies support the learning of two languages (or more) to improve the overall functionality of our brains to become better thinkers, while boosting our ability to negotiate meaning, think critically, and problem-solve.

Welcome to Bilingual PlayClub – designed for our amazing children who have the capacity, facility and interest to learn more than one language at a go! Using the same elements and learning focuses as PlayClub, Bilingual PlayClub is a unique early language programme where activities flow naturally between two language media, enabling children to enjoy both codes through exciting, interactive and original activities conducted by a team of experienced English and Mandarin educators.



Stepping Stones
(Nursery 1)

Promoting initiative and independence
By the time your child turns 3, your child is moving out of babyhood and into childhood. Your child will become more curious about new experiences and new environments, and will want to explore them on their own.

Introducing… Stepping Stones! Stepping Stones is a Nursery 1 adult-accompanied programme that creates a warm, supportive environment for our children to make the transition to independence. Focusing on developing the “whole” child through instilling independence and social/life skills, academic skills, creativity and motivation for lifelong learning, children in our Stepping Stones programme learn through drama, music, movement and speech work.

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In Stepping Stones, our students will:
▪ Build confidence and learn how to communicate with others in Sharing Time – when children share things of a personal interest with the rest of the class
▪ Be introduced to Letters & sounds: learning and practicing the sounds and letters of the English language through our careful blend of sound games and speech exercises each week
▪ Refine their sense of rhythm and speech intonation that is essential to the English language through our unique curriculum that uses musical instruments and poetry

“Excellent teachers, interesting and engaging activities, very creative art and craft sessions, and great music, songs and storytelling. I am learning with my son and from your teachers as well!”
– PARENT OF SPENCER TOH