Central to this curriculum is a keen focus on the individual needs, interests, learning styles, and contexts of each learner. The aim is to contribute to the growth and development of every young learner in the 21st century.
The curriculum is dedicated to providing holistic learning experiences that engage learners both physically and cognitively while being socially and emotionally relevant and appropriate.
The curriculum interconnects the six domains of learning—Socio-emotional, Values Development, Cognitive, Physical Health, Motor Development, Aesthetic/Creative Development, and Literacy, Language, and Communication—so learners can grasp the connections between what they are learning and why.
Recognizing the interrelated and interdependent nature of growth and development, the curriculum empowers learners through dynamic and engaging processes that enable them to reach their optimal potential.
The curriculum places significant emphasis on play as a primary vehicle for learning. Play is recognized as a natural activity for children to discover and make meaning of the world around them. Teachers facilitate and observe play activities to guide further support and extensions.
The curriculum prioritizes content and learning experiences that are culturally and contextually relevant, responsive, and appropriate to Filipino learners.
- Reading and Literacy
- Christian Formation