HI – Human Intelligence

iUnique Curriculum - HI


In the age of AI, children must develop uniquely human talents not easily replaceable by robots. Human Intelligence includes Emotional Quotient (EQ), Morals, Common Sense, Judgement, Leadership and Creativity.


At ChildFirst, we map your child’s uniquely human qualities through personality profiling, in particular, your child’s response to: 1-task, 2-people, 3-authority, 4-knowledge and 5-stress

This helps you and our teachers to know your child better. Along with our Personality Profiling Curriculum, this allows your child to know that every individual is unique and that there are always positive sides to one’s character that should be cherished but also things to be mindful of. More importantly, your child will learn to embrace his or her own unique personality and learn strategies to cope in difficult situations.


It is especially important to nurture the uniquely human aspects of your young ones.

Brain Development and Sensory Stimulation

At ChildFirst, our special Sensory Experiences Programme (SEP) and Toddler Gym Programme ensure that our Pre-Nursery and Nursery 1 children receive abundant sensory stimulations for optimal brain development. Your child’s brain is developing at the fastest rate during these early years. The more stimulation your child receives at this stage, the more neural pathways and connections are established in his/her brain. Brain stimulation is derived from the five senses – sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch; as well as experiences involving movement, balance and body awareness.

Social Skills

ChildFirst works with you to prepare for the first day of school. Separation anxiety is understandable and we will share tips with you and journey with you to ensure that your child settles down in school well. At ChildFirst, your child will learn important social skills including making friends, expressing and regulating emotions, taking turns, working through conflicts, empathy, deciding between right and wrong, and learning how to persevere through difficult tasks.

Practical Life Skills

When your child is independent, he/she becomes more confident. Self-help skills such as putting-on and taking-off shoes, putting-on and taking-off their clothes, self-feeding, taking responsibility for their belongings, and being in charge of classroom duties, help children build confidence and are necessary skills to have in life.

Good Habits

Habits, once formed, are often difficult to change. Therefore, it is important to cultivate good habits early. Correct posture, brushing teeth, eating a balanced meal, good manners and care for our environment are just some of the good habits that ChildFirst believes in cultivating.