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Preschool Program Philippines

Why Study Preschool in Southville?

The Southville Preschool Division is a learning community that focuses on Early Literacy, Character Building, and Executive Function Skills based on the neuroscience recommendations of the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University. It also develops student skills in basic communication, reading, and numeracy, preparing them for life through an academically excellent preschool program and relevant Diligence Quotient, Computer-Technology Quotient, Reading Quotient, Intelligence Quotient, Emotional Quotient is equal to Success Quotient (6Qs) core curriculum delivered by nurturing and competent teachers within a technologically-enriched, safe, and positive learning environment. Southville promotes Early Literacy, Character Building, and Executive Function Skills based on the neuroscience recommendations of the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University.


After considering their developmental readiness, students as young as two years old are able to develop their skills and interests in reading through multiple, different learning styles, and various learning modalities coupled with Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI).



1. U.S and U.K Standards and Curriculum
2. Strong Values and Character Development Program
3. Executive Function Skills by Harvard University – Center on the Developing Child
4. Multiple Intelligences and Giftedness Program
5. Grit and Growth Mindset Program
6. Visual and Performing Arts
7. Foreign Language
8. Technology-Enhanced Curriculum (Robotics and Coding)
9. Comprehensive and Developmental Reading Program


Children conduct research on events about their environment through an investigatory project which allows them to learn through experiential learning. Founded in Italy, the Reggio Emilia Approach is now adopted in different countries including USA, UK, New Zealand and Australia.

Interdisciplinary Learning

Strategic Program for Early Literacy through Learning Shops (S.P.E.L.L.S.) is an interdisciplinary approach where students learn through meaningful integration of topics and skills with application to real-life situations.


While intelligence is critical to optimizing learning, emotional and diligence quotients are similarly crucial. The ability to manage one’s emotions and persevere is the key to future success.

Programs like Values Convocation, Emotional Quotient/Achievers Core Training or EQ/ACT, and daily Story Time among others help SISC students develop their character and ability to collaborate harmoniously with people around them.


One of the distinctive features of Preschool is our strong Reading Program. Students as young as 2 years old are exposed to different reading materials that allow them to read at a very young age. Several activities support our reading programs such as Reader’s Theater, Lexile Book Reading, Story Telling with Parents, and many others. We believe that today’s readers are future leaders.


Brain development is at its peak from the time a child is born until 5 years of age. The intelligence of a child depends on how the environment stimulates it by giving children opportunities to grow and learn. The Executive Function (EF) in the brain allows multiple skills to be learned as they grow older. SISC has incorporated EF skills like the ability to focus manage tasks and ability to retain information which are important factors in brain development.


Diligence, drive, doing, and determination to succeed are some of the things that are incorporated into the daily lessons in Preschool. These are evident and are shown in the Children’s portfolio which showcases the works, the achievements, and the outputs of the students that are given to parents to give them feedback and the progress of their children.


As early as Nursery students are exposed to computers in the classroom. Well-suited and age-appropriate applications are used to enhance the lessons taken in class. The KHAN ACADEMY KIDS and KHAN ACADEMY have helped in improving certain skills for mastery.

The Southville Basic Education Division is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (W.A.S.C.), U.S.A and is an authorized IB World School (Geneva, Switzerland). Southville is home to celebrated personalities, medical practitioners, entrepreneurs, and community leaders, among others Our graduates attend IVY League Schools like Harvard University. Southville is the training ground of future Business Technocrats and World Leaders, anchored on the school’s 5Cs Curriculum.

  • English Language Arts and Reading
  • Math
  • Thematic Study
  • AI/Robotics
  • Values Education
  • Executive Function Skills/Mindfulness
  • Physical Education

Distinctive Features:

SPELLS – Strategic Program for Emergent Literacy via Learning Shops

Project Approach

6Qs of Succes

Southville is committed to developing lifelong learners who are equipped with the 5Cs (Character, Competence, Collaboration, Creativity, and Commitment to Achieve) through relevant, innovative, challenging, and effective curriculum and instruction, updated technological application, and strong empirical research orientation within an enriched learning and caring environment.

Southville adheres to the demands of the 4th Industrial Revolution and the highest standards of quality education by providing innovative and challenging curricula, effective instruction, updated technological applications, and a strong research and community service orientation within an enriched, caring, and active learning environment.