Encouraging, Developing, Growing
We believe young children are active, capable learners who grow and develop as individuals while thriving in a collaborative environment that supports their passion for learning.
We utilize the TAISM Early Childhood Curriculum Standards in a child-centered approach through inquiry that is both teacher-guided and child-initiated. We focus on the development of the whole child and foster strong parent partnerships. We strive for children to develop a love for learning to become independent, lifelong learners.
For Age: 3 turning 4
Students attend school from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm and are introduced to key concepts related to school. They are able to explore, learn at their own pace, and ask questions. A key component of EC1 is social-emotional development as well as engagement in hands-on learning activities. Students are taught to see themselves as readers, scientists, writers, and more.
For Age: 4 turning 5
In EC2, students are encouraged to inquire, form deeper connections, and treat their peers with empathy as they learn through play. They learn fundamental skills across the curriculum and leave the program with a solid foundation to enter Kindergarten, which is the first year of Elementary School.
EC2 extended day program
EC2 has two flexible options to meet the needs of your child. The regular morning program runs from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. We also offer an extended day program where children remain at school from 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm. For more details about the extended day program, click the flyer link below.
Everything teachers plan at TAISM is student-centered. All decisions are made with learners' interests as a top priority.
Early Childhood Parent
Discover Oman is TAISM’s flagship program where students get up close and personal with the people, nature, and culture of Oman. In our Early Childhood program, this means two separate weeks of field trips around the Muscat area where children have curated, age-appropriate experiences. We invite you to join these trips and make cherished memories with your child.