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You have to go through the falling to learn to walk. It helps to know that you can survive it. That's an education in itself.

Caroll Burnet

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Our Early Years programme is guided by the UK’s Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework to provide quality educational experiences for learners from two (2) years to five (5) years old. The EYFS sets standards for the learning, development and care of children.

It supports an integrated approach to early learning and care and gives all professionals a set of common principles and commitments to deliver quality early education and childcare experiences to all children.

Our programme promotes teaching and learning in a supportive environment where our learners are prepared to take risks. They develop knowledge, skills and understanding which provide a solid foundation and readiness to enter our primary programme.

We have four classes in kindergarten according to the different age groups, all named after precious gemstones:

Pearl - this is the entry class for children aged 1.5-2 years

Ruby - this is the second class for children aged 2-3years 

Opal - this is the intermediate class for children aged 3-4years

Diamond - this is the final class in kindergarten for children aged 4-5years


Leading these classes is a team of experienced, dedicated and knowledgeable teachers. These teachers ensure that children under their care thrive physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually.

At Woodcreek Kindergarten, we offer a wide range of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. We make learning fun through various hands-on activities that help encourage curiosity and exploration in our children. 

We believe that each child is unique and has an unlimited potential that should be tapped and nurtured.

Our mission 

To provide an excellent academic curriculum and a wide range of extra-curricular activities in a caring, culturally diverse learning environment.

Our vision

To nurture, develop and empower students to act as society’s transforming agents.