Preschool program

Age of students

Children ages 3 to 5 can apply for our preschool programs

For parents and children alike, the transfer of the educational experience from the family home to a moreformal environment can be a daunting time. Of course, it remains a cooperative process but we believe ourphilosophy and resources help make the transition as easy and enjoyable as possible. The term ‘pre-school’ can be something of a misnomer: our youngest pupils are as much a part of theschool as the eldest. However, they benefit from a beautiful, spacious and well- esourced classroom oftheir own.

With a wide range of resources and – most importantly – the care and support of committed, trained staff,our pre-school programme provides young learners with a safe and vibrant environment in which to learn,develop and adjust to school life.Our pre-school programme helps to prepare pupils for the challenges they will face later on; we focus onliteracy, maths, practical life, personal, social, physical and emotional development as well as expressivearts and design.

The International Early Years Curriculum is an innovative approach, recognising global best-practice andthe developmental needs of 3-5 years old. All learning and development goals focus around five LearningStrands:

  • Independence and Interdependence
  • Communicating
  • Enquiring
  • Healthy Living
  • Physical Well- Being

Our Preschool teachers stimulate children through spontaneous and reciprocal interactions.They’re taller, more coordinated and more attentive: they’re 4 year old and their individual personalities are starting to shine. Four-year-olds start to develop a sense of humor that they’ll enjoy sharing by telling silly jokes. This is the time when imaginary friends may be introduced, as well as repetitive imaginary games. They also begin to tell ‘little’ lies in order to keep from getting in trouble. Be prepared for plenty of little tests, as they’ll start to say and do things simply to gauge your reaction. It’s also not unusual for this age group to start asserting themselves, becoming a little bossy. Tattling becomes a favorite pastime, too. Of course, it’s always important to remember that children develop at different rates.

At Maximilian Preschool, we offer integrated approaches to our curriculum with real life contexts, meaningful experiences and opportunities for learning. Discovery learning is provided in both small groups and by independent learning experiences. We are believers that all a school can do and needs to do for their students is to develop their ability to think. We work on the 4 C’s skills with all students: critical thinking, creativity, collaboration and communication, to achieve independent thinking.


Language Arts

  • Sound/symbol correspondence
  • Phonics
  • Poetry
  • Listening comprehension
  • Sight words


  • Life Science
  • Earth Science
  • Physical Science

Physical Education

  • Indoor and outdoor physical activities designed for their age group
  • Writing skills
  • Coordination


  • Thinking and Concepts
  • Mathematical operations – addition and subtraction
  • Sorting,Patterning, Graphing, Estimation, Ordering, Making comparisons
  • Simple fractions
  • Geometry
  • Telling time
  • Place Value
  • Measurements

Social Studies

  • The world around Us
  • Current events
  • Multi Generational events
  • Cultural Diversity


Gross Motor Skills

  • Walks on tiptoes and heel-to-toe on balance beams
  • Jumps rope and pumps legs to swing alone
  • Stands and hops on either foot
  • Catches softball-sized ball
  • Increased agility

Cognitive Milestones

  • Recognize and name colors and basic shapes
  • Know the letters of the alphabet and letter sounds
  • Recite their name, address & phone number
  • Understands basic print concepts (words left to right, top to bottom)
  • Knows stories have a beginning, middle and end
  • Counts groups of objects up to 10 and recite numbers to 20
  • Sticks with an activity for 15 minutes, will finish short projects
  • Makes plans concerning how to play, what to build and/or what to draw

Fine Motor Skills

  • Displays ‘hand dominance’ (using one hand more than the other)
  • Uses tripod grip to hold pencil (two fingers and a thumb)
  • Uses scissors to cut out basic shapes, MAY be able to cut a straight line
  • Uses a fork, spoon and knife easily
  • Can wipe and wash after using the bathroom

Language Milestones

  • Uses words to argue and reason with people (uses the word ‘because’ often)
  • Uses most plural words, pronouns and tenses correctly
  • Tell stories, jokes and riddles: might ‘get’ simple puns
  • Uses language to talk about opposites and compare things (“Those red shoes are fancier than the blue ones.”)
  • Talks about things to come as well as things in the past
  • Follows simple multi-step directions
Children learn through play and more importantly, through play, they learn how to learn. Every experienceour youngest students go through opens a new door; they start with exploring and finish with expressingtheir new understandings. This cycle of impress, explore and express is repeated every day with everynew piece of the topic-puzzle.


50% of the tuition fee is being paid when signing the contract and the remaining amount can be paid in one of the following options in equal monthly intstallments:

Option 1

First installment: 01.09.2021 - 05.09.2021

Second installment: 01.10.2021 - 05.10.2021

Third installment: 01.11.2021 - 05.11.2021

Option 2

First installment: 01.09.2021 - 05.09.2021

Second installment: 01.10.2021 - 05.10.2021

Third installment: 01.11.2021 - 05.11.2021

Fourth installment: 01.12.2021 - 05.12.2021