Language, Literacy and Communication

The language curriculum is a rich and full bodied one. It develops the child’s awareness of the sounds of speech and the corresponding written letters.


A child is introduced to reading and writing and the communication of ideas and in turn this, assists in developing the following:

  1. The child’s receptive and expressive language abilities through visual, auditory and cognitive experiences and activities.

  2. The child’s development of their gross and fine motor skills necessary towards the mechanics of writing.

  3. The child’s development of the decoding and encoding skills necessary for the written communication and thoughts.