Daily Programme 18 months to 3 years (Toddlers)

07:00 to 07:30

07:30 to 08:15

08:15 to 09:30

09:30 to 09:40

09:40 tot10:00

10:00 to 11:30

11:30 to 12:00

12:00 to 12:10

12:10 to 12:30


13:00 to 17:30


Arrival, Free play and bonding time:

Breakfast and routine activity:

Individual time

Art (drawing, painting clay), fantasy play, reading books, educational games and construction, individual language development

Music and movement development. Midmorning snack

Outside freeplay (sand, water, sensory play, wheel toys and other gross motor activities)


Story / Music / songs and rhymes Rest time

Home time for halfday children Afternoon programme:

Art, Music, Gross-motor development Sand and waterplay. Sensory games Snacks

Story, music, educational toys

There is important new scientific evidence that suggests the first three years of life are much more important in the long-term development of young children than previously believed. Researchers now confirm that the way parents interact with their young children and the experiences they provide them, have a big impact on their youngster’s emotional development, learning skills, and how they function later in life.

Touching, holding, rocking, talking, listening and reading, or just playing with a child dramatically influences the youngster’s brain development.