About Lil’ Faculty

About Lil’ Faculty

Lil Faculty Preschool
@ The Curve

Lot 230, 2nd Floor, Asian Courtyard,
No. 6, Jalan PJU7/3, 47810,
The Curve, Mutiara Damansara.

Welcome to Lil’ Faculty


Lil’ Faculty is a reputable preschool located at The Curve, Mutiara Damansara. At Lil’ Faculty, top quality education is provided to guide your child into becoming a lifelong learner and critical thinker

With that aim, Lil’ Faculty offers an International Preschool English and Mandarin program that will help your child establish a solid educational, behavioural foundation in the early formative years and at the same time have loads of fun.


Lil Faculty English
International Preschool Program

adopts the Montessori and Reggio Emilia Inspired Approaches

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Mandarin Lighthaus Preschool

advocates a solid preparatory preschool program that will help paves the way for your child to adapt to the Malaysian Chinese school education system.

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Enrichment and After
School Programs

offers various international enrichment program for children to nurture their interests and acquire different knowledge and skills.

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Lil’ Baby Haus

offers a day care service to young infants from ages 3 months to 15 months old.

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Lil’ Faculty believes that a prepared setting plays a vital role in developing a happy, confident and resourceful child. That is why we take the time to carefully select our sophisticated teaching materials from international establishments and also craft each lesson plan and make sure the environment is warm and engaging to all children. We run stimulating learning experiences that focus on the strengths and needs of individual children. Each child is known, encouraged and supported by all staff members, from the teachers to the cooks. This way, your child will be encouraged to reach his or her full potential in all aspects – academically, socially, emotionally and physically.

At Lil’ Faculty, we nurture a love of learning and wish to equip your child with the necessary skills required to live in this ever changing world. We recognise that this is an effort that goes beyond your child’s hours with us. So we highly encourage you to partner with us in creating the learning link between home and school. Parents, we welcome you into Lil’ Faculty.

Vision & Philosophy


Provide a stimulating environment which will help the child develops a solid foundation for creative and happy learning; and inspire the child to aspire for greater heights and continue the quest for life-long learning


We believe that values inculcated in the early years would define how a person will turn out to be in the future. That is why the right environment is of utmost importance to facilitate the growth of the child to become a person who understands respect for oneself and others and is able to decide and act upon the right actions.

So what constitutes a right environment?
  • Teachers that supports the child’s curiosity.
  • Programs that engages and offers the child a wide range of materials to experiment with Well-designed learning areas that elicits a safe, happy and calming mood.
  • Here are some practices, garnered from experienced educators who understood the value and complexity of lifelong learning, which we adopt at Lil’ Faculty.
1) Encourage Questions

Learning is facilitated through questioning rather than giving answers, we should help children to identify questions that stimulate their curiosity. When we help the little ones make associations between what they study at school and what is happening in the world outside of the classroom, they learn that everything in the universe is connected. They will gradually understand that lifelong learning is infinite.

2) Allow Failure

Learning occurs when one is willing to risk failure. Naturally parents feel the need to protect their children from setbacks and failures. With care and encouragement, we can help the little ones not fear failure but use mistakes to learn, improve and improvise. These are the characteristics of creative and innovative people as they understood that learning is a continuous journey and not a dead end road.

3) Provide Learning Experiences

Learning through experience, not just from books, is one of the best ways to give the little ones the lifelong skills they need to live and work in this 21st century. We should prepare children for positive service-learning experiences from preschool onwards through projects that involve them in their communities. As the children move into their teens, the service-learning experiences will help nurture critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and the ability to see the world as an interconnected community.

In summary, we need to instil practices that promote the types of skills and abilities that cannot be measured by numbers, such as effort, critical thinking, collaboration, respect, caring, honesty, open-mindedness, initiative, and imagination. This is our goal as we educate our children, the next generation.