24-48 Months

At this stage a learner in Little Graduates Schools© is ready to explore new avenues in childhood education. The first season sees the practitioner focusing of life skills, potty training, exercise good listening skills as well as feeding independently, all implemented in an age appropriate routine. Their growing ability to communicate and negotiate with their friends allows them to play for longer periods of time and to engage in more complex kinds of play. Together with friends they can imagine that they are on a spaceship that travels to outer space and can work together to construct it out of cardboard boxes.

Social Development

The two year old learner is prepared to understand basic school readiness skills. Basic Personal Wellbeing and Social development ;a learner makes a self discovery and begin to interact with others expressing good conduct and minding their personal wellbeing .Social development grooms self esteem, builds language and creates friendships . Our programs encourage learners to be themselves responsible

Academic Engagement

Literacy tailor made for each age group consisting of English Language, Poetry, Reading Skills on Tablets and Library .A range of theories are applied in this subject so that a child can manage to use literacy skills in every subject. Language used is English. Mathematical Concepts aged appropriate tailor made to suit age group.

Life at school

Physical Education: introduction to multitasking as physical education kicks in with sports and, performing arts is implemented. For each day the child attend at Little Graduates Schools© three wholesome meals are served and that is inclusive in the school fees package ,a smart snack is also served at 3pm .In addition our times are extended from 06:00-19:30 Computer Lessons -coding and robotics programs from 2 years old. Age appropriate lesson is implemented .A learner in this phase partake in some local excursions.

Acquired Knowledge

LittleGraduatesSchools believe that all learners love to explore. They have a variety of skills to enter play with other children. They might watch for a while, start playing beside others, or ask if they can play—for example, suggesting that they could be the “father” in the pretend family play. Little Graduates Schools makes sure that learners grow to their potential understanding and good judgement at all times.

Effective Communication

Children are born ready to communicate and to learn language. Listening to the language of their families, children soon start to distinguish familiar sounds and to build a vocabulary of words they understand, even before they can speak. Children’s ability to understand language is called “receptive language.”


They have some negotiation skills and might use them to resolve a conflict with friends. They are more often able to share toys and materials in play with other children, but will still engage in negotiations about “who had it first” and “how long the turn will be.”

They can give directions to others in play—for example, “You have to be the zookeeper, and we will be the animals”—and can sometimes take directions from others. But other times they might get upset and threaten to leave the play if people don’t do what they want.


We believe in experiencing the reality of our themes after learning in the class. Themes have their “Theme ending Activity” which is the last lesson to empower the child and experience on their of which there after it becomes a lifetime success story for our children.Theme ending activity can be indoor or outdoor.

Trips to the Zoo, Gautrain, Zitta Park, University of Pretoria and many places perfects the experience of our children with their teachers. They always have a story to tell.

Task Oriented

They can participate in group activities with several other children, and can often wait for a while for their turn to talk.

They like to know what will be happening and if given information about an upcoming transition, may be able to participate cooperatively.

Parents and teachers are very important to them as sources of comfort and information, but they may resist adult direction or try to negotiate, saying, “I’ll clean up my toys if I can watch a video.”

Curious to learn (Cognitive Skills)

They seem eager to make decisions and continue to do some “testing” to see if the adult is still in charge of a decision.can follow a two-step command (“Pick up your toy and put it on the shelf.”)

can name many body parts, can pick out pictures in a book, starts to engage in pretend play, such as feeding a baby doll, matches shapes

They are beginning to be able to follow the rules and will remind other children of the rules, even if there isn’t an adult nearby, but sometimes still need to be reminded to follow the rules.