The Woodland Journey

The Woodland Journey is a pathway to success.  It carefully builds upon earlier stages, to support the child’s natural dispositions and curiosities.

It is a journey for every family, as their child cultivates their social and emotional wellbeing, and their physical and language development. When combined, these strengthen each child’s academic growth as they move into formal education.

6 Months To 12 Months | Accompanied Class
Discovering Senses

Discovering their senses through sound, music and movement.

12 Months To 18 Months | Accompanied Class
Exploring the World

Exploring their ever-growing environment, while developing their 5 senses. 

18 Months To 2 Years | Accompanied Class
Building Confidence

Building self-esteem and character together with our friends and family. 

4.Stepping Stones
2 Years To 3 Years | Unaccompanied Class
Fostering Independence

Developing independence through physical and social emotional play.

From 2 years 8 months to 6 years
Inquiring Minds

Developing foundations of learning through curiosity, problem- solving and teamwork. 

6.Prep for Primary
5 years +
21st Century Learner

Preparing for primary school success through collaboration, problem-solving, and risk-taking. 


Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Curriculum

In an EYFS classroom, a teacher leads children of similar ages in a series of activities with conversation, active engagement and intentional teaching to make learning fun and relevant. They employ integrated teaching and learning, which comprise child and adult-led learning with guided play in different contexts and environments. Through play and other opportunities, we encourage children to make sense of their world.

Please click here to read more about EYFS curriculum in Hong Kong.

Montessori Approach

Following the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) approach, the Montessori teaching method is offered at two of our campuses: the Woodland Montessori Academy on Caine Road and Woodland Montessori Pre-School at Repulse Bay. At a Montessori pre-school, classes are vertically streamed, with children aged between 2 years 8 months, and 6 years. Children learn from each other and are given support for independent self-directed activity— Montessori classrooms provide a range of materials that are organised and made available for free and independent use, while teachers maintain the class structure and direct every child towards their best learning opportunities.

Please click here to read more on Montessori.


Language learning supports children to become internationally minded and be fully active global citizens. Our Mandarin language programme provides appropriate exposure to the language allowing for familiarisation, a natural progression of language development and instilling a love of language learning at an early age. Click the link below to learn more about our Mandarin Programme.

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