Our Early Childhood Program is based on a process oriented curriculum that fosters each child's individual development. We emphasise the important role the Centre plays in nurturing and educating the children through the development of trust, security and loving relationships.
Our philosophy is founded on the principle that early childhood development must focus on the Social, Physical, Imaginative, Cognitive and Emotional (SPICE) curriculum to ensure all-round development of our children.
- Day School
- School provides transportation
- LKG to Class VI
- CBSE and ICSE Board
- Grades: Playgroup, LKG, 1-6
- School Day: Monday - Friday
- Timing: 8:30am - 3:30pm
- Gender: Co-Educational
- Religion: All
- Principal: N.A.
- Curriculum: CBSE
- Language: English
- Fees: Contact to school
We are a School that strives to impart a high quality education through English Medium. Literary and cultural activities are blended along with academic career, while a strong emphasis is also placed on discipline. We adopt high methodology for student’s participation in each and every activity of the school.
Laborator and Library
The school is equipped with adequate library and laboratory facilities to suit for the present needs of the students.
Computer Education and Digital Lab
The school is provided with adequate number of systems and qualified instructors for imparting computer education which is dire need in the modern era.
Extra Curricular Activities
- Cricket coaching
- Basket ball coaching
- Indian Vocal Music
- Electronic Keyboard
- Arts & Drawing
- Table Tennis
Principles and practices that best support our vision and the developmental needs of our children are:
- Supporting parents in their role as primary caregivers and sharing information of benefit to the development of their child
- Valuing play as a medium for all aspects of development and learning
- Acknowledging and supporting children's individual learning styles
- Valuing the arts as symbol systems through which children discover and express meaning and make sense of themselves and their world
- Providing opportunities for discovery, learning through self-selected activities, and encouraging the development of the child's abilities to observe, perceive, explore, investigate, imagine and solve problem
- Valuing positive reinforcement of appropriate behaviour, thereby nurturing self discipline and parent-supported value systems
- Valuing daily routines such as eating, toileting, dressing and resting as opportunities for learning and social development
- Respecting the needs and rights of children to make choices and decisions, by empowering them to take responsibility for the functioning of parts of the daily routines
- Providing opportunities for children to develop responsibility by encouraging them to take care of their immediate environment and materials
- Valuing the cultures of the children attending the Centre through presentation of relevant cultural activities
- Recognising the need for children to practice skills and consolidate their learning by providing opportunities for repetitive experiences and extension of their ideas
- Designing and establishing an enriched environment that stimulates the imagination, promotes creativity and enhances aesthetic development and appreciation of nature
- Valuing and supporting staff in their work with children and families as well as in their own professional development
- Being responsive to the needs of the community and abiding by the relevant laws and policies that relate to the provision of quality child care service