English is the language of instruction
The Preschool day 8:30 am — 5:15 pm.
Extension Group is available until 7 pm on request
4 meals a day
(breakfast, lunch, 2 snacks)
2,5 – 6 years old
The EIS Preschool offers an integrated approach for teaching and learning for children from 2.5 to 6 years of age. The curriculum framework combines PYP inquiry-based learning model, Montessori methodology, with a heavy emphasis on English language development while supporting the mother tongue. In addition to learning basic concepts in Maths, Science, Social studies, and Languages, our little learners have a variety of specialist classes for the holistic development of artistic and physical skills. The program is designed in accordance with the IB PYP philosophy and establishes a strong foundation for learning in early years, as well as creating a holistic learning experience that integrates social, emotional, physical and cognitive development in a safe, caring, play-based, and academically enriching environment.

To honor our host country and to fulfill the requirements of the international school accreditation in Latvia, all students at EIS learn about the language and culture of Latvia through a subject known as “Latvian Studies”. The course was developed by Exupery International School in accordance with state regulations and includes the study of Latvian culture, language, history, and geography.
We emphasize interaction and language development through uniquely arranged spaces and materials.

At EIS we:
Provide our students with opportunities to interact with each other and a range of materials.

Promote play and opportunities for an inquiry.
Support students with developing relational abilities (for example, playing with peers, sharing and taking turns, and respecting others). We promote independence, social interaction, relationship building, and engagement.

Provide many opportunities for symbolic exploration and expression, and support students in developing their representational abilities (such as oral and written language, drawing, and mathematical symbols).

Support language learning, through opportunities for physical movement, imaginary, and cooperative play, as well as, model language around exploration through
How do we support student curiosity about languages? These might include seeing, hearing and sharing languages:
Spoken and sung

Displayed through different alphabets, number charts, posters, and labels

Used in learning spaces and games

Through learning experiences within a unit of inquiry

From other members of the learning community
Become effective inquirers


Express identity

Develop international-mindedness

Become literate
Through language, students:
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Snacks available throughout the day.
Welcome Time
Meal Time
Circle Time
Homeroom Classes – IB PYP subjects
Outdoor Play
Dance & Music / PE & PSPE / Language Development /
Visual Arts / Library / Montessori
Meal Time
Sleep Time & After sleep Time
Meal Time
Homeroom Classes – IB PYP subjects
Outdoor Play
8.30 am
Morning Drop-Off
5.15 pm
Extension Group is available until 7 pm on request
7.00 pm
These are organized by a separate provider, and conducted on site in our school building.
We love sharing our campus experience with prospective families and would be delighted to have you join us for a personalized visit!

After School Activities
Specialist Subjects
IB PYP subjects.
Homeroom Classes
6 main areas: Science, Social Studies, Language, Maths, PSPE (Personal, Social and Physical Education), Arts

Classes are conducted by Homeroom Teachers with the support of Assistant Teachers

Language of instruction for Homeroom classes is English
Improves memory and vocabulary
Improves and develops literacy skills

Expands thinking skills
Good morning song, weather observations, and how we feel discussions.
Circle Time
Develops literacy skills

Works on language development
Develops social skills

Improves self-esteem
Dance, Music and PSPE is offered for children to develop their gross-motor skills and rhythmic abilities.

The Visual Arts contribute to student learning and growth in many ways, including developing communication, fine motor skills, cognitive, and emotional development.

Library lessons expose students to group reading activities. These help preschoolers acquire social skills as well as improve literacy, and listening skills.

Montessori principles provide students with opportunities to ask questions, probe deeply and make authentic personal connections to their learning. Montessori students are confident, enthusiastic, self-directed learners.
Puzzle and coloring activities, building blocks, etc.
We love sharing our campus experience with prospective families and would be delighted to have you join us for a personalised visit!
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Feel free to get in touch with us over the contact number + 371 26 33 88 97 or e-mail
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