What We Teach

Our well-researched educational program best facilitates early childhood learning. We offer a fun and dynamic learning experience designed for both children and parents.

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Empower your child with essential knowledge, memory skills, and a true passion for learning.

Comprehensive and holistic approach

What we teach at Shichida Australia provides a comprehensive and holistic approach to early childhood education. Our curriculum is designed to nurture and develop key cognitive, social, emotional, and physical skills in children. We focus on language development, numeracy, critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity, memory enhancement, and fine and gross motor skills. Additionally, our program focuses on social skills, emotional intelligence, music and art appreciation, and cultural awareness.

Neuroscience research

Our program incorporates neuroscience research to stimulate the whole brain, fostering a love of learning and a curiosity-driven mindset. Through our innovative teaching methods and engaging activities, we aim to empower children with both knowledge and skills. We help foster the confidence they need to thrive in the modern world.

Parental involvement

Parental involvement is a crucial component of our approach at Shichida Australia. We believe that parents play an integral role in their child’s learning journey. Therefore, we actively encourage and promote parental participation in our program, empowering parents with strategies on what we teach to further support their child’s development at home. Together, parents and educators create a collaborative environment that maximises each child’s potential for lifelong success.


Shichida Kids In Action

Ayaan’s World Flag Challenge on Today Show

Watch Ayaan compete against the hosts of the Today Show on Channel 9. He has an exceptional ability to recognise and recall flags of the world.

5 Year Old Genius – Little Big Shots Australia

Our student Rafael appeared on “Little Big Shots” and showed off his amazing ability to recall the periodic table of elements. Watch the whole segment and see how you compare!