Choose the Right Programme for Your Child
Programmes Catered to Your Child's Unique Needs
Our classes are designed to fill your child with a love of learning, a curiosity about the world around them, and the ability to socialize and share with their peers. Early Learning Centers are where the foundations of numeracy, literacy and creativity are laid. Our children are supported and challenged, to enjoy and extend their learning through a range of activities throughout the day.
We encourage parents to be involved to ensure that the experiences that have excited their children in class are reinforced and developed at home. A weekly newsletter and photos ensure that you're always involved in your child's learning. We offer half or full day classes. Our full day classes include snack-time (provided by parents) and a midday rest and nap break.
9:00 AM to 12:30 PM
8:30 AM to 6:30 PM
Dibber preschools offer early childhood education programmes to children from 6 months of age up to 6 years of age. We tailor each programme to children’s social, emotional and educational needs. Each group has a specific teacher to child ratio designed to maximize the benefits of the program while giving children the support they need during each phase of learning.
Our youngest learners are put into our infant group, where they are introduced to interactive play with others. Through these experiences, the children begin to frame their view of the world by exploring their surroundings and using all of their senses. Our infants become acclimated to being in social settings and begin to communicate their needs and interests to others. To ensure each child receives the attention they need, the teacher to student ratio in our infant class is 1:3.
In our Toddler Junior classes, the children's exploration continues. The toddlers are given opportunities to build upon their wonderings and experiment in the surrounding environment. They use their natural curiosity to learn more about the world around them through structured and unstructured play with others. In order to focus on strong relationships, the teacher to student ratio for our Toddler Junior class is 1:3.
Through fun, engaging, play-based methods, our Toddler Seniors become acquainted with various age-appropriate concepts that aid them in developing life skills and building a positive relationship with learning. The Senior Toddlers interact with our learning areas and start making connections to the real world. Since these children are developing more independence, the teacher to student ratio for our Toddler Senior class is 1:5.
Our Nursery children continue the Dibber learning journey and begin to develop early literacy and numeracy skills, gain more independence in following daily routines and focus on being a part of a community. This year is a balance between play and learning, with the children finding their interests and exploring possibilities around them. As with our Senior Toddlers, the teacher to student ratio for our Nursery group is 1:5.
By the time our Dibber children reach KG Jr., they have developed a strong interest in learning. Our KG1 children enjoy being active participants in co-creating learning experiences with their educators. It is here that children are given further in-depth knowledge about the areas of learning and continue to develop their social, emotional, cognitive and physical competencies. The teacher to student ratio for our KG Jr. group is 1:10 which encourages greater balance of student voice while still giving each student individual focus.
An exciting adventure awaits our KG Sr. group as they prepare to go to primary school! In preparation for entering the primary school of their choice, our KG2 children extend their learning opportunities as they continue to inquire about and understand the world around them. They explore deeper into mathematical and literacy concepts, further develop their creativity and ingenuity and strengthen their communication with both peers and adults. The teacher to student ratio for our KG Sr. group is 1:10 and fosters the ideal environment for child growth.