pre school

Are you looking for a good Daycare Centre for your child? Look no further!

Our pre-school is divided into two: 

  • Playgroup and Reception – 6 months to 3.8 years 
  • Kindergarten PP1 and PP2 – 3.8 years to 5years

At Mirema School, we make learning fun through various hands-on activities that help encourage curiosity and exploration in our children and offer a wide range of co-curricular activities as well.

Leading these classes is a team of professional and dedicated teachers. Under their care, our little ones thrive physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually.

We believe that each child is unique and has a set of gifts and talents that aligns to their purpose in life.

sample schedule

Week 1: Settling in Getting to know you!

  • Expressive arts:Hand print
  • Communication and Language:How do you do song.
  • Mathematics:Counting children at register time.
  • Physical Development:Gym bag
  • Literacy:Story sacks (bag).
  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development:Learning each other’s Names.
  • Knowledge and Understanding of the world

Week 2: Look at me!

  • Expressive arts:Hand prints.
  • Communication and Language:Head shoulders knees and toes.
  • Mathematics:Counting parts of the body.
  • Physical Development:Drawing around each other.
  • Literacy:Story of Elmer the elephant.
  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development:Looking in the mirror. What do we look like?
  • Knowledge and Understanding of the world:Photographs of children.

Week 3: Listening Week!

  • Expressive arts:Making hats with ears!
  • Communication and Language:Listening lotto game.
  • Mathematics:sleeping lion’s game.
  • Physical Development:Music and movement to a variety of music.
  • Literacy:Peace at last story.
  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development:Time to talk time to listen activity.
  • Knowledge and Understanding of the world:Talking tins.

Week 4: Looking Week!

  • Expressive arts:Playing Mr. Bear game.
  • Communication and Language:Eye spy.
  • Mathematics:Eye colour chart.
  • Physical Development:Ball games with nets and hoops.
  • Literacy:The Rhino’s Horn story.
  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development:
  • Knowledge and Understanding of the world:Slide show of all the children and staff.

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