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Our Approach

Our Curriculum Overview

Our preschool curriculum focuses on children's social and emotional development in Singapore. We recognise the importance of equipping children with a healthy mind to become confident and resilient individuals. Our ESO curriculum is evaluated by an esteemed panel of early childhood education experts, and every child’s progress is assessed and communicated with parents on a timely basis.      


In addition, we have various enrichment programmes to develop children' skills in music, art, piano, drama acting ect. to make emphasis on the cultivation of children's social-emotional ability, improving self-confidence and preventing  depression and anxiety from an early age. Children are exposed to various subjects to ensure that they develop all-rounded skills in preparation for formal schooling.     

Benefits of Our Curriculum 

Improve children's social emotional ability

Teach children to solve problems in interpersonal communication

Help young children control anger and deal with disappointment

Enhance children's emotional vocabulary, 65 emotional vocabulary

Positive teacher-student and student-student interaction help children establish discipline and raise confidence


Kids in Preschool
Preschool Kid
Building Blocks

18 months to 2 years

We expose children at this age to letters and their associated sounds in a fun way through Letter Land, rhymes, games and other activities. We also introduce pre-reading skills, pre-writing skills and problem solving skills to children of this age.


Teacher to student ratios are kept to no more than 1:6 so each child receives the level of attention and guidance required to develop social competence and a sense of autonomy. In other words, the building blocks to becoming a confident and well-adjusted individual.

2 years to 4 years

At this age, we start to provide your child with a more complex understanding of numbers. They will also embark on creative writing and our phonics programme to learn sounds, word families and consonant blends. Our mother tongue lessons will go into more in-depth spoken and basic writing skills. And we will bring learning experiences outside the school environment through our excursions.

4 years to 6 years

Children at this stage are faster learners and more mature. Division, multiplication, penmanship, story sums, compositions and reading are carried out at a higher level. We also start to introduce project work and life skills classes to prepare them for further education and life in general.

Enrichment Programmes



  • Students will demonstrate proficiency in performance and theoretical musical skills that will enable to be successful musicians.

  • Students will develop critical thinking about music (e.g. Performance Evaluation)

  • Students will demonstrate proficiency in keyboard technique, sight-reading and repertoire utilising keyboard music representative of various stylistic periods with attention to period performance practice.

Preschool Group


  • Know early music concepts and skills 

  • Develop phonetic awareness and early reading skills 

  • Improve hand-eye coordination through tapping, clacking, and ringing rhythm instruments in time with music.

  • Improve skills in following directions through focused listening with music.

  • Strengthen fine motor skills through Instrument play.

  • Develop vocal chords and expressive speech through singing songs.

Preschool Chinese Drama
Preschool Art

Chinese Drama

  • Create Content and perform in theatre context 

  • Develop students' understanding of Chinese culture through drama.

  • Interpret and understand scripts. 

  • Develop students' appreciation of the value of drama, as well as enjoying the drama.

  • Drawing connections between the self and society.

  • Enable collaboration with one another


  • To be able to hold the brush in the right position to paint smoothly on paper plate through communication with teacher 

  • To add straight or wavy lines to create hairs with chalk

  • To be able to draw the shape of a fish on a vanguard by making reference to Teacher's sample.

  • To understand what is outline and able to cut along the outline of the fish drawn. 

ESO Spotlight


A Societal Benefiting Social-Emotional Development Textbook for Toddlers

A new textbook by OEL (Holdings) Limited, together with its subsidiary ESO Health Child Care has surpassed the traditional education model by prioritising social-emotional development to cultivate a child’s self-confidence and resilience, help them to adapt to societal pressure, and enhance their Intelligence, Emotional and Adversity Quotient.

A Societal Benefiting Textbook Has Launched. Learn More

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