18 months - 3 years old


It is when a child is interested in something that he or she shows ability.

At Laurus, children have the opportunity to observe various natural phenomena in the open air during the four seasons and to experiment with a variety of subjects.
The children’s eyes are always sparkling at the wonder of the world.
Why do clouds float? Why is there night and day?
These questions drive them to observe and to make predictions.
They experiment and see the results. Then we make a hypothesis about what it might be.
It is this repetition that develops the ability to think.

Why Science?
Science does not mean difficult chemical formulas or laws. Children are born explorers. They seek to learn about the world around them with an overflowing curiosity. The Laurus curriculum is based on the child’s “Why? Why?” and to We lead students to scientific thinking through observation of various things and many hands-on experiences. Excitement and excitement are the keys to future growth.
Snuggling up with children
The age of 1.5 to 3 years is an important time for the development of the heart, body and mind. Children’s minds are full of thoughts and feelings that they want to share, and the staff at Laurus listen to these thoughts and feelings and try their best to speak them out in English. Children grow up with a sense of security that they are being looked after and understood, which helps them to develop both mentally and physically.
Confidence that they are loved,Mental stability,Improved communication skills & desire for knowledge
Provides extensive support for class management
Homeroom teacher: 1 person per class
Nursery staff (including qualified personnel): 2 to 3 persons per class
The curriculum coordinator, nursery advisor, specialist teachers (Music, STEM, PE, Karate), and HQ staff regularly visit each class.


We promise to:
Be kind to our friends
Work together
Question and wonder
Find new solutions
Play safe
And have fun


At Laurus, we are committed to the development of positive and knowledgeable children.

Science Wonder <br />Experience
Science Wonder
Why? How? ⇒Curiosity
Formulate hypotheses ⇒ Ability to think and communicate in one's own words
Observation, experimentation and verification ⇒ Spirit of inquiry and fear of failure
Learning the sounds of English through phonics ⇒ Correct English pronunciation
Connecting sounds ⇒ Reading and writing skills ⇒ Establishing English skills
Enjoying stories ⇒ Reading comprehension and imagination
Rhythmic (Preschool)
Rhythmic (Preschool)
Concentrate and listen to sound => Concentration
Feel the music ⇒ Sense of rhythm and sound
Thinking and using the body to express oneself ⇒ Expressiveness and basic motor skills
By providing a warm, welcoming environment, we create an ideal place for young students to explore and learn.
Students are guided in the acquisition of important social skills, focusing on politeness and good manners.
We provide a safe environment to help students grow both physically and emotionally.



Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about enrollment, taking a school tour, or applying for a trial lesson.