The period from birth to the entry to primary education is a critical formative stage for the growth and development of children. The learning outcomes - knowledge, skills and values - of primary education are stronger when appropriate learning and development occur in the years preceding regular schooling.

The following are some of the ways children may receive stimulation for learning and development.

  • Play with stimulating objects and physical games
  • Practice and participation in play activities
  • Verbal interaction, especially dialogue
  • Getting instruction from others
  • Learning by reading and by being read to or told stories
  • Watching and listening to people and events
  • Having social interaction with others
  • Getting involved in imaginary play and drawing
  • Stimulating all the sense organs through different mean
  • Involving emotions in the activities undertaken
  • Free drawing,? Being acquainted with nature in various ways
  • Matching, sorting and comparing things using colour, shape, size and function

PRE-PRIMARY STAGE: ( Nursery, Junior Kinder Garten, Senior Kinder Garten)

There are four developmental objectives in the curriculum framework for early childhood development, namely “Physical Development”, “Cognitive and Language Development”, “Affective and Social Development” and “Aesthetic Development”. Special emphases is placed in developing student’s basic skills, building up basic concepts and helping the development of positive values and attitudes. Indeed, all kinds of learning include the three key elements, namely “knowledge”, “skills” and “attitudes”, so as to nurture a balanced development of children in ethical, intellectual, physical, social and aesthetic aspects. By these means, children will be well prepared for life and life-long learning.

Keeping this in mind the Mount Litera School has developed a balanced programme and a time – table that gives enough time and opportunity for physical and mental development.

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