Learning Should Always Be Fun

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. Nelson Mandela

Butterfly class (4months – 2 years) ​

Your baby is provided with dedicated care and attention. We allow a maximum of 7 babies per class in order to minimize the risk of infections but have a small ratio of 1:7 to maximize the attention per child.

Babies should be allowed to crawl to develop specific motor skills, but they cannot be allowed to do so in an unsafe and unclean environment. We, therefore, pride ourselves on our extremely clean and hygienic environment.

The nappy changing and food preparation stations are separated as well. Hand washing is an integral part of the care process as well.

It is very important for the development of babies that toys are put in their mouths, but when toys are being played within a group environment, it can lead to the spread of germs and viruses. All babies are provided with different sets of toys, which are sterilized regularly to protect baby against unnecessary germs.

In this class, we focus on potty training (not forced). The children get taken to the toilets every 15 minutes.

Age-appropriate stimulation is done daily, and we try and make it as much fun as possible.

​Grasshopper class (2years – 4years) 

Harvest Seedlings Pre-school toddler classrooms utilize the CAPS Curriculum, research-based early child care and education curriculum. At this age, your child is learning at a rapid rate, and as they grow and develop, the teacher adapts the curriculum, as well as the environment to meet both your child’s needs as well as their interests. Each classroom has a lesson plan created weekly, with activities individualized to the specific needs of each child in the classroom. Each activity on the lesson plan is purposeful and intentionally planned based on the teachers’ observations of each child in the classroom.

Ladybird class (4years – 6years) 

Harvest Seedlings Pre-school classrooms utilize The CAPS Curriculum, research-based early child care and education curriculum. The learning objectives of this curriculum are aligned with South Africa’s Early Learning Foundations and include child-focused activities that address language & literacy, math, science, social-emotional, and physical development.

Your child’s classroom will have an individualized lesson plan posted every week. Each activity on the lesson plan is purposeful and intentionally planned based on the teachers’ observations of each child in the classroom.

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