Academic Excellence 

4 Keys Principles & Beliefs

Academic Excellence foundation focuses on 4  key principles and beliefs, grounded in theories and research in preschool education and personal development.

Each lesson is planned to allow children to explore all areas of the curriculum and prepare them for their future schooling. They follow the lessons which lead them to work and explore individually and within a group.


1)  A Stimulating, Learning Environment Reflects
     The Holistic Approach to Learning

Planning activity centers to facilitate exploration and play that encourage peer group support and cooperative learning.

Inspiring children to develop a sense of aesthetics and appreciation of culture through art, dance, drama, music, and stories.

Incorporating the research-based curriculum that is regularly evaluated to improve the quality and effectiveness of our programs.

Encouraging independence, fostering creativity; supporting the development of children's mental and emotional, social, intellectual, cognitive and physical skills.

 2) Wholesome, Engaging Education

• Multiple Intelligence make learning efficient, effective, powerful and lasting. Children are able to understand clearer, learn faster and remember better.

• Maximize children's potential to develop their confidence, independence, so they feel successful and maintain high self-esteem of themselves.

• Guide and facilitate developmentally appropriate activities for children to engage in the learning process to build curious and independent learners.

• Recognize individual needs and interests and adapt instruction and materials to address their needs and interests.

• Foster the natural, insatiable curiosity of the children to expand their mind with the feeling of universality.

 3) Personal Mastery

Acquiring the most effective learning strategies is useless, unless children are motivated to learn. Children need positive guidance to develop healthy emotional and mental, social, intellectual, cognitive, cultural, creative and physical skills.

• Facilitate personal and social development through the promotion of cooperation, responsibility, self- confidence, self-discipline and healthy habits.

• Love, care and praise children respect for others, appreciation for diversity, tolerance, and the ability to solve problems constructively.

• Involve children in planning their learning and help them make meaningful connections with the world.

• Stimulate a love of learning by exploring and investigating, actively engaging in the learning process to build curious and independent learners

 4) Family and Community

Character education and Agama lessons for our Muslim children involve cooperation with parents, family, community and the world around us by sharing important life-lessons and values.

• Social and emotional learning is emphasized as much as academic learning

• Children engage in activities that make them think critically about values such as fairness, caring, honest, and treat others with kindness and respect.

• Cultural activities and experiences increase children's awareness, they learn to cooperate, negotiate, share and to help each another.

• Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and character building help children become more sensitive, respectful, responsible, kind, caring and peaceful members of the community.

21st Century Education- Learning Skills
Children are actively involved in the learning process They do what they know best, building their DREAM projects



  Tadika Aman Ceria is an ideal kindergarten for my child

The kindergarten emphasis on moral values and attitudes. My child, Daniel understands what is right and what is wrong. I believe it is important in nowadays society, for many kindergartens have been too result oriented and neglected what is the essential thing in human development.

I find the teachers at Aman Ceria, very dedicated, they are good role models, always guide the children with love and patience. Daniel loves to go to school because he is always encouraged to learn and try new things.

I can see his improvement in attention span, in self-control, in interest towards study, in learning new vocabulary, in creativity and most importantly in understanding of values and attitudes.
Thank you, teachers, for your patience and love.

Theresa Yap ( Ex-Art Lecturer Of UTAR and KBU)




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