Early Years Curriculum

Montessori curriculum integrated with Global Citizenship

“If we want generations to be good global citizens, it’s not enough to teach
them writing and reading, but we should instill ethics and human values in
their education as well.”

Hanan Al-Hroub, Winner Global Teacher Prize 2016


Years of
  • Empowering Kids to Improve the World from the Start From climate change to economic inequality, our most urgent problems are global. It is urgent that we address the awareness of global interdependency and promote critical thinking about international issues from the start of children's learning journey.

    At Kindity, we have a curriculum based on our core beliefs and values, specially crafted to explore global challenges with young learners and our educators, for them to feel, think and act with awareness and integrity.

    Our value-based framework provides the guide for the global citizenship for kids lesson activities, where learners relate to a globalised world and take actions to make the world a better place.

    We hope to nurture a generation of world problem solvers!
our Approach

The FIDS Model





Kindity is proud to be an I CAN centre. Our children are equipped with the I CAN mindset and values through our proprietary model inspired by the Montessori philosophy and design thinking approach.

They are aware of the world around them, enabled with the skills to take action and empowered to design a more desirable and sustainable future, today.

They are guided through a four-step process of the design-thinking model – FIDS, developed by Kiran Bir Sethi who started the global Design for Change movement with a deeply-held conviction that if young people were empowered and made to feel that they could take matters into their own hands, they would change the world for the better.

At Kindity, the entire community consisting of children, coaches, support staff, leadership, and the wider community are empowered to transform the world into how they envision it, to create a more compassionate, empathetic world.

We must foster global citizenship. Education is about more than literacy and numeracy. It is also about citizenry. Education must fully assume its essential role in helping people to forge more just, peaceful and tolerant societies.