About Us

As a kindergarten known as Tadika Perling, we aim to provide an enriching and all-rounded pre-school education to all the children below 6 years old by our passionate , love, responsible and caring educators.

We strive to provide a fun and enjoyable learning environment to your children for them to learn and play during their childhood years. At the same time, we also want to lay foundation for their languages, Mathematics and Science for them to cope well with their further education and strive for their future endeavour.

Our Objectives:
  1. To equip our children with the basic skill of listening, speaking, reading and writing in order to help the children to adapt to the learning environment in primary school.
  2. To arouse the interest in learning.
  3. To build a child’s self-confidence and independent.
  4. To work with parents in partnership and learn from each other. We interprete programs to parents as well as understanding the expectations of parent about the education of their own world.


  1. 训练孩童入学前听、说、读及写的能力, 打稳基础, 以便更容易适应小学的学 习步伐。
  2. 培养一个对学习充满热忱的孩子。
  3. 培养一个自立、充满自信及富有自我价值的孩子。
  4. 建立教师与家长平等合作的伙伴关系, 共同促进孩子的发展。

Our Method

Integrated Curriculum Thematics Programme (ICTP)

Integrated Curriculum Thematics Programme (ICTP) is an educational approach that seeks to integrate different subject areas into a unified curriculum based on thematic units or topics. The aim is to provide a more meaningful and engaging learning experience for students by connecting the different subjects they study and showing how they relate to each other in real-life situations.

In an ICTP, teachers collaborate to develop interdisciplinary units that cover multiple subjects, such as math, science, language arts, social studies, and the arts. The units are based on themes that are relevant to students’ lives, such as environmental issues, cultures,

health, and social justice. Students engage in a variety of activities, such as research, projects, discussions, and presentations that help them develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills.
The Integrated Curriculum Thematics Programme can be implemented in different grade levels and subject areas, and it provides flexibility for teachers to adapt the curriculum to the needs and interests of their students. The goal is to create a more holistic and meaningful learning experience that prepares students for the challenges of the real world.

Picture Book Programme 

A picture book program in kindergarten is a curriculum-based approach that focuses on using picture books as a central tool for teaching and learning. This program is designed to help young children develop critical skills in literacy, language, and social-emotional learning through engaging with picture books.
The program typically includes a carefully selected set of picture books that are chosen for their ability to capture the interest of young children and convey important themes and messages. Teachers use these books as the basis for a range of activities that encourage children to engage with the stories and characters, ask questions, make predictions, and relate the content to their own experiences.

Some common activities that may be included in a picture book program in kindergarten include:

  • Read-aloud sessions: Teachers read picture books aloud to the class and engage children in discussions about the story, characters, and themes.
  • Story retelling and sequencing: Children are encouraged to retell the story in their own words and sequence the events in order.
  • Writing and drawing activities: Children may be asked to write or draw their own stories or create illustrations based on the picture book.
  • Role-playing and dramatic play: Children may act out scenes from the picture book or use puppets to retell the story.

Overall, the picture book program in kindergarten is a fun and engaging way to help children develop important literacy and social-emotional skills that will prepare them for future academic success.