Infant Development Programme

Our infant care programme offers customized routine care (feeding, playing, bathing, resting, diapering) and activities based on the individual needs of the babies.

Our trained and nurturing educarers conduct appropriate activities to help babies reach their developmental milestones. Our purposefully planned and designed environment ensures that not only your baby will be safe and comfortable; it also evokes your little one’s curiosity to allow development and learning to take place seamlessly.

Toddler Programme

Our toddler programme focuses on the nature of the little ones: curious, active and inquisitive. They often enthusiastically use their five senses to actively explore the world around them. Through various interactions with the warm and responsive environment and relationships with the caregivers and peers, our programme provides learning experiences through different forms of play and exploration.  We help toddlers progress and achieve competencies in these areas:

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Cognitive and Brain Development

Engages in pretend play, shows awareness of different objects, people and colours in the environment.

Self and Social Development

Develops positive attitudes and confidence with adults as well as among peers. Displays social behaviour and able to express oneself with others.

Sensory and Psychomotor Development

Shows keen awareness and demonstrating use of senses. The toddler is able to walk independently, uses small muscles and simple coordination of eye-hand movements to carry out tasks.

In addition, we also provide enriching expressive art and music experiences for toddlers to explore, create and to encourage creativity in the early years.

PlayNursery Programme

Camelot PlayNursery is catered for 18 months to 36 months, giving your child the best fundamental skills and bringing out your child’s optimal potential that equip him/her with skills for life.

You will find a sound curriculum that brings learning fun and yet nurturing your child holistically. Learning is structured and integrated to develop life skills, correct attitude and lay a solid foundation for academic achievements.


Life Skills

Purposely planned life skills activities pave the way for the development of independence and self-reliance in carrying out daily routine activities.  These activities include lessons in care for self, care for the environment, grace and courtesy. Your child learns to be more independent which leads to greater self-confidence and the ability to face new challenges. These activities also serve to enhance coordination and concentration and indirectly prepare your child for writing and reading.


Children are ‘sensorial explorers’. As such, sensorial activities tap into a child’s 5 senses of learning. These activities aim to assist your child in concentrating on the refinement of his intellectual senses through working with the sensorial materials. Your child is given the keys to classification of things around him which is the first step to organising his/her intelligence. Knowledge gained through working with the sensorial materials served as a foundation for acquiring Mathematical concepts.

Language and Literacy

Language acquisition is established through laying a firm foundation in phonics. Your child learns basic sound of each letter of the alphabet. With the foundation, your child will learn to encode and bring the words together as a whole before they decode them in reading.

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Your child learns numbers through ten as well as associating quality to quantities. Learning is very much hands-on (concrete experiences) to provide your child with sensorial impressions of the mathematical concepts.

Discovery of the world

Discovery of the world is conducted through our quarterly themes, for example, ‘Creepy Crawlies’, ‘My Community’ and ‘Transportation’. These activities lead your child to experience music, stories and artwork. Your child develops an awareness and appreciation of the world around him.

Supported by a dedicated team of teachers, your child’s interest and natural quest for knowledge is promoted, leading to problem-solving skills, self-discovery and a love for learning.