TopKids provides a structured environment in which different style of education are smartly integrated. We have developed a curriculum that is both comprehensive and intellectually challenging with the aim of developing a dynamic child with strong values and passion for learning.
Our partnership with established international childhood education programme providers such as Learning Box, Helex and Ziyo Resources and other programmes which are in line with our Ministry of Education enable us to provide curriculum as stated or press the button below for quick navigation.
Smiles is a series that provides a well- designed learning environment where young learners can work towards developing their competencies in English in a structured yet creative manner. This unique course offers learning tasks, games, songs and chants designed to stimulate the development of young learners and to awaken their natural curiosity to the world around them. The aim of the course is to make learning relevant and to assist young learners in connecting to their inner passions while achieving their full potential.
Mathematical Modelling Programme is a systematically interactive programme that brings out fun to the child’s imagination,as it is filled with brightly eye-catching illustrations with simple instructions and stimulating activities which aims to help children develop numerical skills early in their life.
Mathematical Modelling Programme covers classification, problem solving, basic Maths concept, positional language, mathematical vocabulary, addition and subtraction and many more.
Program Learning Box Bahasa Melayu menggunakan ilustrasi ceria dan mesra pengguna yang bertujuan untuk menarik perhatian kanak-kanak serta menjadikan proses pengajaran dan pembelajaran lebih efektif.
Aktiviti-aktiviti yang disediakan seperti bercerita, berpuisi, bersoal jawab, dan menyanyi juga mampu mewujudkan suasana pembelajaran berinteraksi dan menarik di kalangan kanak-kanak.
Program Learning Box Bahasa Melayu mampu mempertingkatkan penggunaan Bahasa Melayu kanak-kanak serta dapat memudahkan proses pengajaran dan pembelajaran Bahasa Melayu kanak-kanak dari usia yang muda dan memperkukuhan asas Bahasa Melayu sebelum melangkah ke alam persekolahan lebih tinggi.
New Maths Programme offered by Ziyo Resources understands that it is essential for children to develop the thinking skill ability and to enhance the brain stimulating development. Classes are taught with much imagination and creativity. The creative approach helps the children relate to numbers and mathematical problems. The complexities of the mathematical world are something that everyone wants to understand.
Science Explorer program aims to develop the cognitive skills and to increase awareness while kindling the curiosity of the child towards the world around them. Science explorer is also innovative, an early educational hands-on science programme catering to children to explore and develop learning-interest through science.
TopKids also provides enrichment classes such as Mental Arithmetic, Public Speaking, Art Class, Speech & drama and Tuition Classes. Kindly contact respective branch for more information.
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TopKids provides an environment that encourages holistic growth, development, health and well-being is promoted and each student’s need are taken into consideration. We encourage self-determination and we support our student’s opportunities to participate in any activities.
Starting child care or school is a major life transition for young children. Change, even when it is a positive change can be stressful. In many cases this may be the first time a child is away from the secure and loving arms of their family. Both the child and parents may experience anxiety about the new experience. There are specific measures that parents can take to ease anxiety and make the first days happy ones.
Remember the first days of school or child care, like any major life change is a gradual process. Soon it will become a positive and exciting part of your child’s daily routine.
*Check with the school program for their recommendations requirements.
Some concerns you may have may be a result of unfamiliarity of what occurs in a daycare setting. When making childcare arrangements, be sure the program or provider shares with you relevant policies, rules, and schedules so you are comfortable with what to expect. You may discover that you are questioning yourself about whether your concern is warranted or not.
For open communication, it is helpful to be mindful of the other person’s perspective. When you are preparing to approach a provider there are two key things to keep in mind. 1. This individual has chosen this profession because he or she has a genuine interest and love for caring for children. They are making decisions based on what they feel is best for the children in their care. 2. Daycare providers, caregivers or teachers are much more than babysitters. They are committed professionals. When a provider offers care in her home it could be easy for you to lose sight of the fact that this is a business for her.
Before approaching the provider, be sure you can clearly identify the point of friction and its cause. Are there any underlying issues that are causing you distress? It may also be helpful if you have a concrete solution or resolution in mind to take to the table.
When you start a dialogue about your concern, try to be positive. Be sure to communicate what you value and appreciate about the daycare as well. In order to present your concern in a constructive way with out blaming, you can use a technique called “I” messages. “I” messages are statements that clearly express your concerns or needs in a way that does not put the listener on the defensive.
|Concern||Negative Statement||“I” Messages|
|Julia’s lunchbox is missing||“How come you keep losing Julia’s belongings?”||“I need us to find a way to keep track of Julia’s belongings.”|
|Sam’ s got a scratch on his arm||“What have you done to my son?”||“I noticed a scratch on Sam’s arm. Can you tell me what happened?”|
|You are worried about what the program is serving for lunch||“Your lunches are too fatty for my child.”||“I am concerned about the nutrition in the lunches you serve.”|
Conclude your discussion by working together with the caregiver. Brainstorm a course of action that will meet the concerns and needs of both parties. Together you can forge a partnership that can benefit and support the growth and development your child.