Little Oaks Curriculum

Early years learning is based on the principles that children learn through their senses, stimulations, observation power, repeated interactions, curiosity and eagerness to learn, through play, relationships, symbolic expressions, exploration and investigation. The School’s belief in the inside out approach of “Character first and Competence next”.

The School nurtures independent learning skills, encouraging every student to take responsibility for their learning thus building agency in students with voice, choice and ownership.


 The School follows a Transdisciplinary framework that focuses on the development of the whole child as an inquirer, both at school and beyond and places a powerful emphasis on inquiry-based learning. The curriculum engages early year’s learners to inquire and explore these elements at their own pace with play based hands-on activities, individual, group, class activities, visual art, music, dance and indoor/outdoor games. Learners are actively engaged in inquiring and reflecting on their learning. The concepts and skill development are assessed on the basis of continuous observation, work samples, participation in classroom activities and daily interactions.