Cambridge Early Years

Learning environment today has expanded to facilitate globalization in allquarters. At CPS Global, we offer a holistic early learning curriculum of the University of Cambridge with engaging classroom resources and a range of assessment approaches to measure a child’s progress throughout their early education.

Cambridge Early Years is an exciting educational journey that helps children aged 3 to 6 develop the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to make the best possible start in life.

CPS Global School offers three levels of child-centric early learning curriculum

  • Early Years 1 (EY1): 3-4 years
  • Early Years 2 (EY2): 4-5 years
  • Early Years 3 (EY3): 5-6 years

This programme helps children develop at their own pace, make their own choices, and build feelings of competence, emotional attachment and self-worth. It prepares children for easy transition to primary school, helping them move from play-based learning to teaching that is more structured.

Cambridge Early Years Curriculum

The Cambridge Early Years curriculum supports physical, cognitive, communication, social and emotional development.


What will my Child Learn?

There is a broad spectrum of experiences and abilities from which young learners start their educational journey. The Cambridge Early Years curriculum content is divided between six areas of learning.


The Early Years at CPS Global

While the young learners struggle in their own areas throughout the educational process, providing the right opportunity to develop right skills and instill a passion for learning lays strong foundation to become lifelonglearners. The early years at CPS Global, is all about making sure children are steeped in meaningful experiences in the creation of a child’s first “sense of self” and ability to determine how they should function in relation to other people.

Our classrooms are fondly referred to as think rooms with extended learning hubs to take curiosity beyond the books and the four walls to impart this interesting curriculum! Let's take a walk through these learning spaces.

Raise creativity creatively!

Thomas Edison said “Genius is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration.” When we think of all the skills a child needs to learn to be able to succeed academically, we often think of reading, writing, math and science. One of the most important skills children need to develop is their creativity.Creativity is what children use to write stories, solve problems, play music, design arts and crafts, perform complex math operations and investigate science experiments.We allow their wild imagination to take wings and creativity unleashed.

Reading Cove

Communication is the key! Some of the best ways to improve the communication skills of kids are to work on their articulation, pronunciations and extempore through fun activities such as poetry, storytelling, writing, drama, conversations and dialogues. We promote communication skills early on by helping children make connections between what they hear and what they see. Our classrooms, corridors, the play areas are all hotspots for promoting engaging talks! We have very stimulating conversation times throughout the day in our classrooms where children have access to the why, the who, the where and the what of happenings around us.

Power Play

Play is the highest expression of human development in childhood, for it alone is the free expression of what is in a child’s soul. It’s more than wethink; it is a way for the children to familiarize themselves with the world while exploring and testing their own limits. At CPS Global, children have indoor and outdoor play areas. Children get new experiences during indoor play activities. Whether it is a ball pool or trampoline or giant Lego building blocks there is something that children will learn from it. Apart from providing a weather proofed, pollution free and hygienic play area, the indoor play area provides a cozy area for safe creative play. The outdoor play area allows them to have fun while fine tuning their gross motor skills and ofcourse encouraging independent play.

Digi Den

It is our fourth pillar of a child's education alongside reading, writing and speaking. The digital world provides platforms that allow us to connect, collaborate and open up immense opportunities to learn important issues. Item powers innovation in ways that were unimaginable just a few years ago. This is precisely what a child at CPS Global Waterford lab will learn. Itencompasses e-learning skills that strengthens thinking and learning instudents. Every student is unique and differently paced, the lab supports thatwhile arriving at the same end goals.

I - Genius Lab

For our young learners, science is just an extension of their everyday world. We don’t have to teach young children how to wonder, discover, and explore through play because they do it naturally. Early science experiences at CPSGlobal set a child up for school success by fostering positive attitudes toward learning the subject. Science for us is not stand alone. A telescope, amicroscope, a weighing scale, a rain stick... The laboratory has everything that our learners will need to cogitate.

Splash Studio

Students learn to express themselves in different ways not just verbally.When the arts are integrated in the early childhood curriculum, children get opportunities to express themselves visually what they may not be able tosay verbally. Integrating artistic learning in early childhood education allows children to explore their own creativity, spontaneity, imagination, play, experimentation and loosens inhibitions thereby promoting freedom of expression.