Amazing Class 1-2 Years

Due to a busy schedule of most of the parents, there was need to create an environment where babies from one year and above could be taken care of under professional care givers. In 2013 the institution opened Amazing Class to meet the need.

What we do:

We involve them in activities which help to stimulate the brain for development.

Activities like:

Sand play, water play, bicycle riding, balancing, singing, story telling, listening to music, playing simple music instruments, dancing, praying, watching TV, sleeping, toilet training, playing on bouncing castles, painting and colouring etc.

Alpha Class 2-3 Years

In 2004 Alpha Class was introduced to orientate children into the Kindergarten setting which suited so well in the Kindergarten mission to nurture the growth needs of a child.

What Alpha Class is:

Building speech and vocabulary, improving oral expression and enhancing listening and speaking skills. We also spark imagination helping them get rid of egocentrism.

It’s a group of children aged between 2 years to 3 years too which orientation to the Kindergarten takes place. In Alpha, we majorly activate the three domains i.e. cognitive, psycho-motor and affective domains.

Children of this age majorly enjoy play. Their developments are monitored through play. We concentrate on the use of senses.


At exactly 8:00 a.m the babies are given milk. Porridge (Millet, Soya, Maize) mixed with milk and margarine.

Carbohydrates: Posho, Rice, bread, Yellow Potatoes, Pumpkin, Irish Potatoes.

Fruits and green leafy vegetables like:  Paw paw, Water melon, Pineapples, Sweet bananas, Cabbages, Sukuma wiki, Dodo.

Extra energy foods: Fats, Magarine, Sunflower oil and Water for digestion.


At exactly 8:00 a.m these pupils are served with milk, Porridge (Millet, maize, soya) mixed with either milk or margarine.

Proteins: Milk, Nkejje, Groundnuts, Fish, Mukene, Chicken, Peas and Beans.

Carbohydrates: Posho, rice, bread, yellow potatoes, cassava.

Vitamins and green leafy vegetables like bananas, pawpaw, watermelon, sukuma wiki and cabbage.

Fats/oils/extra energy foods: Vegetable fats, margarine, sunflower and oil.

Water for digestion, absorption and transportation of foods. Fruits and soup can be added on water.

Skills We Teach

In day care, pupils are taught a number of skills that shape their early lives and best prepare them for Kindergarten.

Concerned with the development of good posture, strength, balance and flexibility.

Deal with the use of senses that include hearing, smelling, feeling and seeing.

Concerned with the way the baby perceives the world.

Develops the thinking, reasoning and language.

The way in which the child interacts with people and other children, child’s health, social development, proper nutrition and hygiene play a major role in a child’s normal growth and development.

Bonding formed between children and their loving caregivers offsets the negative levels of emotions. Play is the best way to communicate to babies.

Children need to feel they are special and parents play the most important role in encouraging these feelings.

Touch as a source of love and comfort sends signals to the brain causing the brain to make new connections.