• Learning through puppets
  • Together we learn
  • My turn at the Whiteboard!

Goals 3Es

  • Encouragement

  • Environment

  • Example of Adults

I practise and I learn
Splashing in the pool
Learning to pot plants

CMS focuses on six aspects of learning that provide a comprehensive framework for a child’s development at the pre-primary level:

  1. Personal, social and emotional development

  2. Communication, language and literacy

  3. Problem solving, reasoning and numeracy

  4. Physical development

  5. Creative development

  6. Knowledge and understanding of the world

The Pre-primary years in CMS inculcate in children the qualities of curiosity, exploration and discovery in a fun-filled, safe and happy learning environment. The emphasis is on developing in students love of learning, social skills, moral values, and self-confidence. Teachers ensure this by letting the students explore, know, understand and form their own ideas. The principles of learning applied in pre-primary include Holistic Development through Integrated Learning, Active Learning, Supportive Learning, Interactive Learning and Learning through Play.

About 15% of the CMS student body is below the age of 6.

The school environment is engaging and responsive to the child at each stage of his/her development.

The pre-primary curriculum makes use of a range of individual and group activities which create a lively and positive learning environment. Games, songs, creative projects, story-telling, role-playing, drawing and painting help develop children's foundational skills in literacy and numeracy. The curriculum prepares children for a smooth transition to a rigorous Primary curriculum.

Keeping pace with technology from a young age