The Early Years

In this age and time, learning the art and science of technology is as important as learning reading and writing. We are witnessing monumental advances in the world of technology around us and how it is affecting almost every aspect of our lives – including education.

Developing a culture of entrepreneurship amongst the students is at the core of EPS mission as indicated by 3E’s of EPS (Education, Ethics and Enterprise). Author and inventor Chris Anderson noted in his book Makers: A new Industrial Revolution, “the next wave of manufacturing and entrepreneurship will be borne of the talents and shared ideas developed by Makers.” Being a Maker is a mindset that can be cultivated in a culture that supports learning through Making.

Learning through Making has the power to revolutionize education by empowering students to see themselves in the role of creators as opposed to only consumers. To truly impact student learning, Making and Tinkering should not be confined to just the makerspace, the classroom, or afterschool activities. To truly transform education, one needs not only build a makerspace but build and sustain a culture of creative expertise, inventive thinking, and effective problem solving. As the Internet of Things extends human capacity to remake and re-conceptualize our environments, learning and thinking like a Maker become increasingly relevant and valuable. Futuristic Schools must build a Maker Culture.

  1. Trans-Disciplinary Model
  2. Concept-Based  Teaching
  3. Student-Led  Constructivist  Approach
  4. Inquiry-Based  Learning
  5. 21st Century  Skills  Development
  1. Language
  2. Mathematics
  3. Arts
  4. Personal, Social, Islamic Education
  5. Physical Education
  • Who we are
  • How we express ourselves
  • How the world works
  • Sharing the planet
  • Where we are in place and time
  • How we organize our selves
  1. Numbers
  2. Shapes and Space
  3. Patterns and Functions
  4. Data Handling
  5. Measurement

Registration time + Interaction with EYC

  • Warm-up exercises
  • Rhyme time
  • Introduction to New Concepts
  • Inquiry Time + Learning /Hands on Activities
  • Break
  • Writing Time
  • Play Time
  • Arts/ P.E/ Islamic Studies/Duaa’ & Tafseer
  • Story time /Audio-Video
  • Formative Assessments
  • Summative Assessments
  • Reports after completion of every unit of inquiry
  • Parent-teacher meeting –Twice a year
  • Student-Led Conferences + Annual Learning Festival
Curricular Extra-Curricular
Sensory Play Day Eid Celebration
Know My City/My Country Child Safety Day/Fire Drill
PTMs Picnic
Annual Learning Fest Water Play Day
Student-Led Conference Rain-Soaked/  Winter Party
Visits/Field Trips Story Telling/Puppet Show
Expert Talk EY Sports Day
Early Years Award Ceremony End of the Session Parties

Age at the beginning of the session:

  • Nursery: 3+ years
  • K.G. I: 4+ years
  • K.G.II: 5+ years

Competency Level :

Nursery: Face to face interview with EYC.

K.G.I and K.G. II: Written Competency Level Assessment + Interview.


  • Monday to Thursday: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
  • Friday : 9:00am to 12:30pm.
  • Saturday and Sunday: Off


  • Separate Mini Vans [for EY students only] with Lady Attendants.
  • School Diaries /Calendar
  • Notices and Circulars
  • SMS
  • What’s App
  • G-mail
  • Blog
  • Website
  • PTM
  • Appointments and Visits