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"Education is the most powerful weapon which   you can use to change the world". Nelson Mandela
PLAYGROUP CLASS (​3- 4 Years Old)

Anak Pelangi program represents the youngest age level in our nurturing educational community. Children are engaged in their classroom by real life activities, using child-sized materials (such as plates, glasses, silverware, etc) that foster their emerging independence. The Playgroup environment is designed to honor a young child’s natural need for movement, “sensory experience”, Introducing to Basic Math, English as a second Language  and meaningful work.


1. Practical life & Montessori 

2. English & Phonic (Basic Reading)

3. Math

4. Art & Craft

5. Science 

6. Bahasa Indonesia

7. Fine & Gross Motor-skill

8. Physical Education

PLAYGROUP may enroll with these options: 


from 8:00 - 10:30 (2,5 hours)

Five times a week : Monday to Friday


from 11:00  - 13:30 (2,5 hours) 

Five times a week : Monday to Friday

KINDERGARTEN (4-6 Years Old)


Kindergarten Class is Devided by two Class : K1 (4-5 years Old) and K2 (5-6 years old) The environment is designed to satisfy the needs and tendencies of each child in this phase of development. The curriculum is rich with materials and areas of study  when learning a particular subject is most easily accomplished. Whether a child is exploring math, language, “sensorial”*, geography, music, art or playing on the playground, teachers or “guides”, who are trained to be astute observers, gently guide the child toward the most appropriate academic lessons, a concern for community and independence.



This is the link between the child’s home environment and the classroom. There are four main areas: Control of Movement, Care of Person, Care of Environment, and Grace and Courtesy. Includes a variety of materials and activities that support the development of fine motor skills as well as other learning skills. Involves the children in precise movements which challenge them to concentrate, to work at their own pace uninterrupted, and to complete a cycle of work that typically results in the feelings of satisfaction and confidence.


Physical education is an integral part of the total education of every child in Kindergarten. Sure, they're just learning the ropes of school life and their attention spans are short; all the more reason to give them an outlet and setup ways for them to play cooperative games. Our quality physical education programs increase the physical competence, health-related fitness, self-responsibility and enjoyment of physical activity for all students so that they can be physically active for a lifetime.


The child’s mind has already been awakened to mathematical ideas through the sensorial experiences. Children are introduced to the functions and operations of numbers. Through concrete material the child learns to add, subtract, multiply and divide. He/she gradually comes to understand many abstract mathematical concepts with ease and joy. Geometry, algebra and arithmetic are connected in the Montessori method as they are in life.




Children are immersed in the dynamics of their own language development. The Montessori approach provides a carefully thought-out program to facilitate this process. Muscular movement and fine motor skills are developed along with the ability of the child to distinguish the sounds that make up language. With spoken language in the background, the Guide begins to present the alphabet symbols to the child. Not only can children hear and see sounds but they can feel them by tracing the sandpaper letters. When a number of letters have been learned the movable alphabet is introduced. These cardboard or wooden letters enable the child to reproduce his/her own words, then phrases, sentences and finally stories. Because children know what they have written, they soon discover they can read back their stories. Reading books both to themselves and others soon follows.


Acquisition of one’s own first culture is the child’s central developmental drive in the first plane of development. Culture includes Creative Arts, Music, Science, Geography and Cultural Studies. Globes, maps, songs, landforms, collections of pictures of life in different cultures, and much more, is offered with the goal to help the child to grow as an individual alongside an appreciation of the larger context of his/her world.



Provide the students with lots of objects to observe, touch and ask questions about. Children develop an awareness of the world around them as they explore and investigate it.

Earth and Space Sciences – The study of the universe and the structure of the Earth. Children investigate the characteristics of rocks, soil, water and weather conditions in their immediate surroundings.

Physical Sciences – The study of matter and energy and their interactions, the study of non-living things. Children discover the properties of objects and materials and experiment with force and motion. Acoustics, chemistry, electricity, magnetism, matter, mechanics, nuclear science, and optics are all categorized under physical science.

Life Sciences – The study of the diversity, continuity, interactions and balance among organisms and their environments. Children explore the characteristics of living things – plants, animals, and human beings.



The term Bahasa Indonesia language arts refers to all aspects of reading and writing, including awareness of speech and letter/sound relationships. In a kindergarten classroom, children are introduced to the concepts, many for the first time, and learning how to put these ideas together pretty rapidly in Bahasa Indonesia. Children typically enter their kindergarten classroom as pre-readers and leave with a solid understanding of literacy. Because of this, teachers play an important role in teaching children the many different shades of reading and writing in Bahasa Indonesia.




Phonics is a method for teaching reading and writing of the English language by developing learners' phonemic awareness—the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate phonemes—in order to teach the correspondence between these sounds and the spelling patterns (graphemes) that represent them.

The goal of phonics is to enable beginning readers to decode new written words by sounding them out, or, in phonics terms, blending the sound-spelling patterns. Since it focuses on the spoken and written units within words, phonics is a sub lexical approach and, as a result, is often contrasted with whole language, a word-level-up philosophy for teaching reading.

KINDERGARTEN may enroll with these options: 


from 8:00 - 11.00 (3 hours)

Five times a week : Monday to Friday


from 11:30 - 14.30 (3 hours) 

Five times a week : Monday to Friday

Extracurricular (For Age 4 - up)

1. Ballet Class 

2. Gymnastic Class 

3. Little Musicicans

4. Choir

5. Modern dance

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