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Our program is designed for a mixed group of children.

Preschool Children

We’ve found that interaction between children of different ages helps the children to learn from and teach each other. It fosters respect for each other’s differences and creates a sense of leadership among the older children.


We provide a structure that helps the children to learn about boundaries so that they feel secure and safe. We provide a space for the children to express themselves freely during Free Play, and we encourage the children to solve problems not only to help themselves but also to resolve social conflicts.


We believe in giving the children quiet time in their own space to allow them to daydream, imagine, and feel a calmness within themselves. We give them a balance in their active day by providing experiences that range through science, art and Yoga to music, gardening, healthy food preparation and our recycle project.


At the end of the day we encourage the children to share their gratefulness.


Our curriculum is based on play and experience, and is oriented towards nature and the environment.

Children Gardening

Over the course of a year, we’ll cover six essential early childhood topics:

  • Who Am I?
  • How Do I Communicate?
  • What is the World Made Of?
  • How do I Share the Planet?
  • How does the World Work?
  • Where Am I in Place and Time?


Learning is project-based with prior knowledge, formative experience, and summative assessments that build a portfolio of a child’s learning. Our Integrated Curriculum offers subjects that are taught as part of the current learning theme.


Teachers act as role models, facilitators and stage designers for the learning environment. Best practices and teacher training ensure inquiry-based learning with lots of hands-on, exploratory experience and time for play. Children develop imagination, ideas, social skills, physical skills, and creative abilities.

A typical day at The Spring School

A daily routine gives children a sense of security so we ensure that each day is properly structured while leaving time for spontaneous activities.

Morning Free Play  8:30 – 9:30

The children start the day by playing outdoors in our Recycle Playground.


Morning Circle9:30 – 10:00

Children and teachers share their feelings, stories, events, and plans for the day.


Snack Time10:00 – 10:30

The teachers, children and staff prepare healthy, organic, vegetarian food for snacks and lunch.

Small Group Activity10:30 – 11:15

Providing space for individual attention and interests, small group activities allow the teachers to adapt the curriculum to each child’s specific needs.

Free Play11:15 – 12:00

Children explore different learning areas and choose their own space from Art, Recycle Corner, Science, Math and Book Corner, Drama and Music.

Story Time12:00 – 13:00

A special time for the children to relax and listen to a story, and to transition for those children who stay for half a day.

Lunch Time 13:00 – 13:30

Fostering an appreciation of our relationship with food and the earth, the children help to prepare the meal and sing a grateful song for Mother Earth.


Afternoon Activities 13:30 – 14:30

The children play together and may enjoy a special activity with a guest reader or performer.


Closing Circle14:30 – 15:00

The closing circle is an opportunity to reflect on the day’s learning and express gratitude.

The Spring Activities

Our Summer Camp is intentionally designed to nurture our children’s appreciation and understanding of the environment. Wrapped in fun, thematic-based programmes, our camp’s activities includes garden to table project, recycling, science, music and art.


It’s suitable for a long or short commitment during the summer holiday. The Camp runs in July every year.


Making your own upcycled music instrument. Introduction to traditional musical instruments.


Fun earth friendly experiments. Exploring and learning about the wonders of the natural world.


Collecting and creating recycled products. Learning about the waste we produce and how to reduce them.


Exploring and creating imaginative project. Introduction and creating connection to local culture.


Planting our own fruits and vegetables and learning how to take care of them by keeping the environment healthy.

Food Project

Garden to table programme - harvesting the food we plant and making healthy food from it.

Workshops at The Spring

There’s always something exciting happening at The Spring School.

We want to give back to the community and inspire our community members.

Parents Workshop

Learn and share new ideas every month, and build the connections that create a vibrant school community. Workshops include: Play Therapy Preview; Recycle Workshop with the Bali Creative Reuse Center and Eco-Bricks; Costume-Making for Children; Yoga; and Art Workshop.

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Teachers Workshop

Teachers, let’s learn and share knowledge! Discover how to stimulate and guide our children in reaching their learning potential. Workshops include: Sharing Day for Teachers; Play Therapy Preview; and Inclusive Education Workshop.

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The Spring School

The Spring School in Ubud, Bali is an early childhood learning center that aims to provide children aged 1,5-6 with an education that develops their natural awe, respect and wonder for the world around them.

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