The first few years of a child’s education informs future learning. Schooling from a very young age allows children to develop more in the years when neuroplasticity is at its peak. And how a child adapts to the curriculum in the first years of primary school is largely based on what the child has been learning up to the age of six.
At King’s College, Panama, we adopt a child-centred approach to Early Years education, which places the needs of the child at the core of our practice. We aim to provide infant pupils with valuable educational experiences, which develop a positive approach to learning and creates a safe environment in which our youngest learners feel comfortable at school.