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Kinder Champ Programme

What is the Kinder Champ Programme?
The Kinder Champ Programme is divided into three groups based on the age and abilities of the child:-
Class
Ages
Pre-K
2-3 years
K1
 4-5 years
K2, K3
5-6 years
This pre-school programme serves as an introduction to a structured learning environment for children before entering a pre-school or school.
Duration of Programme per week
Day/time
:
Mondays-Fridays
9.00 am – 12.00 pm
Lunch
(optional)
:
12.15 pm – 1.00 pm
Drop-off time
:
8.30 am onwards
What do the children learn?
Environment 
  • Clean and safe surroundings with wall posters and thematic decorations in the classroom.
  • Toys, puzzles and materials are specially selected and displayed to develop thinking and critical thinking skills.
Manners and respect
  • Children learn to interact with their peers and adults in a respectful manner using words like “Please”, “May I”, “Thank you”.
Our Educators
  • Trained educators who are passionate and dedicated in enriching the minds of the young ones.
  • Role models for the children as they will emulate what we say and do.
  • Gentle but firm and always mindful in sending positive messages to the children.
Activities
  • Fun and educational to promote speaking and listening skills, and reading and writing skills as the children progress.
  • Delivered through story-telling, class chants, role-play, finger-play, art & craft, music & movement and experiential learning activities including excursions.
English
Monthly thematic lessons
  • Animal Kingdom, Superheroes, Spring Time, Endangered Animals, Cultures around the World, Transportation and many more themes to promote the learning of vocabulary, grammar structure and understanding of concepts.
Reading  
  • We emphasize on both reading methods – Phonetics and Sight Words.
  • Step-by-step approach from learning about the names and sounds of the letters leading to the blends and sight words concurrently.
  •  We read and tell stories to the children and at times let them fill in the blanks to build their vocabulary skills and the general intuition of the language.
Writing
  • Pre-writing skills from holding a small ball to finger tracing and eventually the usage of age appropriate stationeries.
  • Colouring, scribbling, free-style drawing, pasting and tracing are part of writing skills training.
Speaking & Listening Skills  
  • Show & Tell are carried out to promote confidence in speaking in front of an audience with a purpose.
  • Children are given either a specific topic or a range of topics to choose from to present their item in front of their peers.

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Science in English
  • Little Scientists is a hands-on and enquiry-based learning program
  • For children aged 3 to 6 years old.
  • The program is in line with the National Preschool Standard Curriculum (KSPK) that emphasizes on the development of children’s cognitive capabilities through object manipulation.
  • Students will have their own fun filled experiment kits.
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Mathematics in English
  • Euler Maths is a creative and fun learning maths programme
  • For children aged 4 to 6.
  • The program is in line with the National Preschool Standard Curriculum (KSPK) that emphasizes on the development of children’s cognitive capabilities through object manipulation.
  • Children will be introduced to the basic concepts of maths through fun activities and hands-on learning experience.
  • The content is delivered from the simple to the complex to help the children to develop confidence and proficiency in Maths.
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  • CRETS’s main objective is to develop participants to be more creative in their thinking starting from the pre-school level.
  • Designed to suit children from the age of 5 and 6 years old.
  • It is a 2 years programme and conducted once a week in a 45-minute session.
Living Skills
  • Develop their fine and gross motor skills through various activities.
  • We provide aids for them to do lacing, handle buttons, zips and fasteners, and basic carpentry works for them to practice on.
  • They also learn to enjoy the experience of preparing their own snacks such as baking and making their own sandwiches, tarts or pizza.
Mandarin
  • Children are taught to appreciate the beauty of the Mandarin language through singing, chanting, story-telling and music & movement.
  • Odonata Modules.
    • They are exposed to the first hundred Chinese characters through flashcards and story books
Music & Movement
Jolly Music
  • A structured and progressive programme from the U.K. for the initial teaching of music that aims to develop children’s musical skills.
  • Based on the principles of Hungarian music educator, Zoltán Kodály, teaching and learning is done through singing so that children can immediately be music makers without the demands of learning to play an instrument.
  • The key musical skills taught are pulse, rhythm, pitch, musical memory and inner hearing. 
Speech & Drama
  • Speaking and dramatization are the earliest forms of skills that children acquire naturally.
  • By coaching the little drama queens and kings through what they do best, children learn to respect and accept other people’s ideas, characteristics and differences.
  • In the process, your child will become better communicator, more self-confident, creative and expressive. 
Malay Language
  • Malay is taught through singing and dancing to the classic and new Malay tunes.
  • Children are also exposed to ‘suku kata’ through flashcards, rhymes and books.
  • Traditional Malay poems and stories are also taught during the lessons.
  •  As a majority of our children are not native speakers of the language, our educators use Music & Movement, and Art & Craft to provide directions in the language and expose them to Malay vocabulary through the demonstration of shapes, colours, strokes and actions in their artwork.
Physical Play
  • Fine-tune their motor skills, coordination skills and sense of balance.
  • Although we do not have the accessibility to a playground, we have instead created our very own indoor play area using motor-skill development equipment including tunnels, tactile paths, steps, hoops, bars and hop-scotch mat
  • Encourage children to strengthen their muscles and stretch their limbs.
Story Time & Library Access
  • To inculcate the love for reading, it is best for children to be exposed to story books from a very young age.
  • Parents and educators play a vital role in encouraging the child to read by first exploring books that are age appropriate and then reading together with the child.
  • Story time is one of our regular activities where we huddle and read a book that is related to our theme for the month, with expression and intonation.
  • Educators take the opportunity to instill good habits in the children and correct misbehaviour in class by selecting relevant titles and discussing the storyline with the children.
  • We allow a child to borrow up to two books home to read at any point in time.
Quiet Time
  • Soft tunes are played in the background to help calm the children while they close their eyes and wind-down in between activities.
  • Lights are turned off to create a less stimulating environment before they are led into the next activity.
Snack Time
  • Learn socially acceptable ethics while eating with their peers – sitting and eating with the correct posture, usage of fingers and cutlery, and raising their hands to request for food in a respectful and appreciative manner.
  • Picky eaters? They may decide to try out food that they would not normally take after observing their friends eating them.
  • Snacks: – fruits, biscuits, buns and non-creamed cakes.
(Those who are allergic to certain ingredients and food items are required to inform the staff upon registration.)
  • We sometimes organise themed parties, such as “fruit party” and “vegetable party” to stir the children’s interest in instilling healthy eating habits.
  • All children must bring along their own water bottle to school as we encourage them to drink water during snack time and in between activities.
  • Children are also taught about personal hygiene – washing their hands before and after meals and eating with their chins over their bowls/ plates.
*To view our full curriculum, please request for the Kinder Champ curricular file from the Management.
Why is Kinder Champ different?
  • The Kinder Champ programme uses flashcards, music and activities which appeal to all types of learners – visual, auditory and kinaesthetic
  • Our engaging and interactive activities promote a sense of security which leads to confidence-building in a child
  • Our holistic programme includes right brain and left brain usage, utilising materials which are home-grown and selected locally and internationally from Australia, the U.S, U.K, Germany and Taiwan, to encourage children to think out of the box, be creative, and encourage critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • To prepare our children to integrate with the national curriculum, our lesson plans incorporate the Standard National Preschool Curriculum.
  • Our team consists of trained and experienced educators who are able to handle children and encourage them to grow and develop positively
  • Positive messages – words and body-gestures to encourage the children are used throughout to ensure a stress-free environment that is healthy for young learners
  • We cater to children of various development levels for instance children in Pre-K can point to the answer when flashed with a card instead of speaking if they are not ready to speak, and children in K1 can read instead of write if they are not ready for writing
  • One-to-one attention – Revisions and assessments are conducted one-on-one basis for language subjects and individual progress report will be furnished to the parents at the end of the year
  • Safety first – We operate from a BOMBA certified building with fire escapes, equipped with fire extinguishers and first aid kits, and our educators are certified first-aiders to handle emergencies.  Fire drills are held periodically to ensure our staff and children are able to evacuate in orderly manner in case of emergency.
  • Clean and safe environment – Our wooden flooring ensures that dust and dirt can be cleaned and removed easily.  Our floors and toilets are kept cleaned and washed regularly with antiseptic agents.
  •  Screening of children’s temperature upon arrival – To minimise the spread of virus from one child to another, we do a brief check of the child’s overall health upon arrival such as taking the temperature of the child and a quick visual assessment on spots and bumps on the body.  Parents must inform the school if their child is sick or has contracted any sort of viral infection.  We seek parents’ cooperation to abstain their child from school if he/she is down with a viral infection.
Pre-K Schedule
Day/ Time
(A)
8.45
am
(B)
9.10
Am
(C)
9.40
Am
(D)
10.10
am
(E)
10.45
am
(F )
11.15
am
(G )
11.45am
Monday
Reading/ Free Play/
Assembly
English
Library
Gym
Snack Time
Living Skills
Clean-Up
Tuesday
Gym
Sensory English
Speech & Drama
Wednesday
Maths
Library
Mandarin
Music & Movement
Thursday
English
Sensory Maths
General Knowledge
Friday
Art & Craft
Gym
Mandarin
Water Play
K1 Schedule                      
Day/ Time
(A)
8.45
am
(B)
9.10
Am
(C)
9.40
Am
(D)
10.00
am
(E)
10.30
am
(F )
11.15
am
(G )
11.45am
Monday
Reading/ Free Play/
Assembly
Maths
Snack Time
Mandarin
English
Speech & Drama
Clean-Up
Tuesday
Mandarin
Mandarin
Library &
Gym
Music & Movement
Wednesday
General Knowledge
Malay Language
Library &
Gym
Living Skills
Thursday
English
General Knowledge
Maths
Art & Craft
Friday
Library &
Gym
Malay Language
General Knowledge
CRETS/
Friendship Friday
K2 Schedule
Day/ Time
(A)
8.45
am
(B)
9.10
am
(D)
9.40
am
(E)
10.10
am
(F )
10.30
am
(F )
11.15
am
(G )
11.45
am
Monday
Reading/ Free Play/
Assembly
Maths
Library &
Gym
Snack Time
English
Music & Movement
Clean-Up
Tuesday
General Knowledge
Malay Language
Living Skills
Wednesday
Mandarin
General Knowledge
Speech & Drama
Thursday
English
Library &
Gym
Maths
Art & Craft
Friday
Mandarin
Malay Language
CRETS/
Friendship Friday
Kinder Champ Fee Structure for 2017
RM
Registration
(waived for returning students from the previous year)
100
Uniform
(3 sets)
80
Materials
(RM600 half yearly payable in Jan and May)
600
Deposit
(one month advance notice for withdrawal is required for utilisation of deposit)
650
Monthly Fees
Schooling months: 2 Jan to 15 Dec 2017
650
Total (First Payment)
2,080
1
We accept cash, cheque and credit card.  All cheques are to be made payable to
Literacy World Sdn Bhd (BU)“.  For direct payment into our CIMB Bank Bhd,
our account number is 8003176063 under the same account name.
2
Full payment must be made in full before the start of the lesson. Monthly payments must be
made by the 7th day of each month.
3
Fees and deposits paid are strictly non-refundable and non-transferable.
4
Library membership is included and each child is allowed to borrow up to two books at any point
in time for a period of up to two (2) weeks.
5
A notice period of one month is required for withdrawal which otherwise the deposit may be forfeited.
6
No classes during term breaks and certain public school holidays. Kindly refer to our centre
calendar for our holidays.
7
No classes on national and Selangor public holidays.
8
No replacement allowed for missed classes.
9
For suspension or withdrawal matters, please obtain the relevant form from the management.
10
The management reserves the right to amend this as and when it sees fit.  Kindly obtain the
updated information from the management.
Transportation Service
Transportation service is available. Kindly check with the management on the timing.  Fee per month is RM100/ RM150 depending on the pick-up and drop-off location.  For ad hoc arrangement, it is RM5/ RM10 per trip and is subject to space availability.
Lunch Programme
Lunch will be provided for your child at an additional fee of RM150 per month or RM10 on ad hoc basis.  Lunch menu includes brown rice/ noodles/ pasta with vegetables, meat (chicken/ fish/ mutton) and tofu/egg/soup. Lunch is served at 12.00pmKindly pick your child up by 2.00pm which otherwise, additional charges of RM10 per hour block will be imposed for pick-up after 2.00pm. Unless instructed otherwise, your child will be provided with lunch by 12.30pm if he/she is still at the centre by then.
After-School Care
After-school care is available at an additional RM600 per month from 12.00pm until 5.00pm. Your child will be included in all our daily programmes which include lunch, shower, homework guidance, enrichment programmes and tea.

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