International Programme


EtonHouse values the uniqueness of each child as both a gift and an opportunity.

We aim to foster a love of learning in children and provide them with the skills they need to be adaptable and flexible in a rapidly changing world. Also, we strive towards creating a learning community in which all members are caring, open-minded, knowledgeable, balanced, reflective, thinkers, communicators and risk-takers.
EtonHouse International Pre-School Melaka seeks to nurture in our students:

⦁ critical and compassionate thinking
⦁ a sense of the universal values of shared humanity
⦁ respect for the variety of cultures in the world today
⦁ an understanding of community
⦁ an active engagement in charitable projects

Research-Based Curriculum
As early childhood educators, we do not just work with academic content (number, reading and writing). We aim to support the holistic development of the learner – their physical, emotional, social, intellectual, creative and language development.

We offer an academically rigorous educational programme based on skills, attitudes, concepts, knowledge and action. Through an inquiry-based programme, students at EtonHouse are encouraged to become critical thinkers, life-long learners and active members in the community.

Children are recognised as active participants in the learning process. Emphasis is placed on first-hand practical experiences which engage children’s’ imagination and curiosity, fostering genuine understanding. Children are encouraged to plan and negotiate, identify and solve problems, take learning risks, approach tasks from different perspectives and develop a critical appreciation towards all aspects of their work.

EtonHouse International Pre-School Malacca campus offers an education that is truly international in its curriculum, approach and environment. The curriculum is richly stimulating and designed to develop students academically, physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially. The EtonHouse curriculum and pedagogy have been inspired by globally accepted best teaching practice.

An Inquire-Think-Learn curriculum, inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach is followed. Learn more about our early years curriculum here.

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This page was last edited on September 8, 2020