Getting down to business on Early Childhood Education

Human capital creates economic capital, and human capital begins at birth. It increases in value in proportion to the quality of its development beginning with Early Childhood Education (ECE) from 2 to 6 years.

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Research shows that investing in ECE prevents achievement gaps in children in terms of competence, skills, and character. Reducing this inequality in ECE creates economic equity for all. Investments in children’s early development can lead to better individual adult incomes of up to 25 percent. Investing in early childhood development also benefits nations – supporting a more skilled workforce that is better prepared to take on the future challenges of a global and digital economy.

SWAP21 is designed to develop this human capital right from the age when it matters the most. SWAP21 covers ages 1 to 6 years providing age-appropriate, activity-based curriculum built on The Early Years Foundation Stage framework from the UK, incorporating the 16 Habits of Mind  to nurture and build a strong character, independent mind and confident leaders of tomorrow. To empower the schools and develop the complete academic eco-system for ECE, we also offer expert tools, systems, know-how, services, and personalised consultation to help you manage your school efficiently and profitably.

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SWAP21 helps young children acquire essential physical, motor, cognitive, social, emotional and language skills. These skills allow children to think, solve problems, communicate, express emotions and form relationships. They build the foundation for later life and set the trajectory for health, learning, and well-being. We believe that a toddler prepared to learn is an adult prepared to thrive.

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