Our facility is equipped with 25 learning zones which enhances practical knowledge and equips your child for the future. We also make these zones as inclusive as possible so that your child can explore and socialize while having fun.

These learning zones include;

  • Supermarket
  • Jungle Gym
  • Fitness Gym
  • Carpenter’s workshop
  • Construction zone
  • Riding zone
  • Jumping cave
  • Lego zone
  • Stem wall
  • Library
  • Outdoor Kitchen
  • Water world
  • Climbing tortoise
  • Music and movement room
  • Creative play zone
  • Art zone
  • Practical Life suite
  • Sand zone
  • Splash pad
  • The stage of Confidence
  • Planting garden
  • Cookery cabin
  • Ballet studio
  • Taekwondo auditorium
  • IT suite

Computer Suite

Our ultra-modern computer lab consists of a variety of computers suitable for our toddlers’ little fingers. We teach our children the basics of how to operate a computer in this new age of progressive technology.

During our IT sessions children will support their numeracy, literacy and understanding the world through learning programs especially designed to allow children to match, copy, trace, click, pair and touch all on the computer.

Our unique interactive touch screen table allows multiple users at one time. It has several inbuilt learning activities to further support early learning.

Parent Communication Software

Petits parents have the benefit of logging into our free parent communication app.

This keeps you in touch with your child throughout the day. You will receive pictures and videos of your child’s daily activities, see logs of every diaper change and receive updates of all meals consumed and how much they ate. Our unique app enhances our parent partnership with daily updates, instant messaging, and automatic reminders and notifications.


Our Library is set to be a wonderful zone full of a wide selection of over 500 books ranging from different titles, themes, sizes, colors and topics. Our creative beautiful and inviting setting gives our children the perfect surrounding to fall in love with the skill of reading. Excellent reading habits begin in the early years. Introducing children to literature in nursery supports primary school readiness, promotes early literacy and supports a love of language and reading. Our library will develop critical thinking skills and enhance creative and social development. Our provision of educational books in our library promotes early literacy skills. Alphabet books help our children learn the names of the letters and the sounds that each letter represents. Our counting books help children learn how to count and to recognize numbers. Our poetry and rhyming books help to teach our children phonological awareness. We stock our library with oversized books as a tool to teach our children how to handle books and to point out letters, words and other features of the books.

Practical Life Suite

Our specially designed dedicated Practical Life Suite connects the school with the kind of activities the children may see at home and are specially designed to help develop fine and gross motor skills, pre-writing and pre-reading skills, sequencing and memorization of steps, and satisfy the developmental needs of the children.

Activities such as preparing a snack, learning how to button and tie their shoes, sweeping and cleaning up, foster confidence, independence, and responsibility.

All of the activities in Practical Life are designed to appeal to the youngest children, especially, in order to give them the foundation they need to thrive, grow and become independent.

Our children will experience washing up, doing the laundry, setting the table hoovering, ironing, loading the dishwasher and much more.

Outdoor Play Haven

Our wonderful outdoor play area is specially designed to support our children’s physical development.

We have climbing, swinging, jumping, riding, driving, balancing and digging equipment all to develop our children’s gross motor skills.

Our play area is shaded by canopies and has outdoor fans fixed to protect the children from the strong sun rays allowing them to spend more hours outside

Planting Garden

Our natural planting area leaves space for children to plant, grow, nurture and learn about how fruits, vegetables, plants, and flowers grow.

A wonderful learning area supporting discovery and further enhancing their understanding of the world. This is a fun way of learning about basic plant science for our scholars.

We encourage participation and in that process allows your child to express themselves and have fun.

Carpentry Work Shop

Woodwork is the most ideal way of supporting children to work in their ‘zone of proximal development’. What children can do and know is always being extended by the open-nature of woodworking requiring children to be problem-solvers. They often model what they see others doing and with guidance children get tremendous pleasure from being able to master new skills and achieve what they could not do previously.

Woodworking provides an excellent play situation for children to engage in problem-solving – an important skill for children to develop from an early age for their future. Children will also be developing eye-hand coordination, their spatial awareness, their sense of precision, and understanding how to use potentially dangerous tools safely. Our specially created woodwork zone is the ideal practical life set up for further hands-on learning.

Water World

Water play is both enjoyable and educational. It helps children develop eye-hand coordination and math and science concepts.

Water Play gives many opportunities to develop fine and gross motor skills across age ranges through actions like pouring, squirting, scrubbing, stirring and squeezing. It’s an amazing sensory experience introducing them to textures (sloppy, slimy etc.) and temperatures.

Water play allows children to explore a substance and make discoveries about it. Observing a branch or paper float or sink will teach them, in a very practical way, how and why things happen. But above all, it encourages them to use their imagination, develops creative thinking which plays an important role in problem-solving. Water play also supports language development. It sparks imaginative discussions when we ask the children to describe what they are doing.

Water Play builds the foundation for understanding various scientific concepts.  We measure, compare volumes and observe motion, we count the rocks which we place in the basin and notice the flow change as we move them.

Our amazing outdoor water zone supports all of these concepts of learning.