The objectives of the kindergarten program are to help the physical, emotional, mental and social development of students and help them acquire good habits. With the assumption that the habits of self-maintenance are given in the family, the following are the desired outcomes of the classroom teaching process: 
 
  • Improving self-confidence and acceptance of co-existence 
  • Developing the good manner and courtesy of listening to others as well as the confidence to speak,
  • Developing good social interactions, sharing and compromise,
  • Time management skills 
  • Sense of responsibility,
  • Respect for the school rules,
  • Environmental awareness,
  • Effective use of resources offered by the family and the school,
  • Planning and study habits,
  • Self-maintenance, adherence to rules of hygiene and health,
  • Protecting academic materials and property,
  • Following the rules of flag ceremony and other official ceremonies, improving representation skills.