Leapbridge Education is an initiative from the Navneet Group to disseminate knowledge through classroom teaching methods. With this new initiative, Navneet has forayed into education (schools), and to start with, we have launched a chain of pre-schools under the name - Leapbridge. Our primary objective at Leapbridge is to provide age appropriate knowledge, which will enhance the development of the child in a nurturing environment. This would enable the child’s emotional, physical and academic skills whilst simultaneously creating a positive attitude towards learning. The most important goal we provide for students is an opportunity to succeed. We have incorporated the right processes and evaluation metrics to assess the child’s development pattern. Detailed progress report help parents to give them a fair idea of their child’s interests and progress. In addition to this, regular parent education programs are carried out, knowing the fact that parents influence their child the most. All in all, your child’s first school experience at Leapbridge will be positive and wholesome. Good values and morals that we inculcate, inspires a lifelong love for learning. A child stepping out from a Leapbridge school will be ready for life. The question is, are you ready to take the leap?
- Day School
- School provides transportation
- Play Group to UKG grade
- English Medium
- Day School
- Co-ed School
- School provides transportation
- Grades: Playgroup, UKG
- School Day: Monday - Saturday
- Timing: 10am - 5pm
- Gender: Co-Educational
- Religion: All
- Principal: N.A.
- Curriculum: Indian(CBSE)
- Language: English
- Fees: N.A.
The Leapbridge curriculum is based on new insights gained on the understanding of how children develop and learn. The core purpose of Leapbridge curriculum is to implement developmentally appropriate practices. Simply put, developmentally appropriate practice means teaching in ways that match the way children develop and learn.
Our philosophies, goals and objectives for children’s learning, guidelines for teachers and parents are well planned and drafted. The curriculum is not effective, unless there is a comprehensive tracking system of the child’s progress. At Leapbridge, the learning curve of each child is observed, recorded and duly conveyed to parents.
The curriculum is churned out of all theories and research done in the early years. It is further divided into various learning areas namely linguistic experience, mathematical and logical experience, scientific experience, creative experience along with physical, emotional and social development. Each program offered by Leapbridge revolves around the above-mentioned areas of learning. So to summarize, our curriculum encourages children to experiment, explore and pursue their own interests. It also shows teachers how to provide opportunities for every child to pursue his or her special talents and to demonstrate areas of strength.
Extra Curricular Activities
- Social Studies
- Computer Science
- Physical Education
- Dance & Painting
Over the years, profound research has been carried out on the ways of imparting education to children. Several educationists, on the basis of their studies and experiences, have suggested the most ideal system of disseminating knowledge. We at Leapbridge, have looked at and analyzed the studies of some of the noteworthy educationists, reviewed them, tested their impact and have carefully extracted the best, which applies to our culture, society and behaviour.
One of the important philosophies we have chosen to follow is of Dr. Howard Gardner‘s Multiple Intelligence (MI). Dr. Howard Gardner developed the MI theory, which finally understands that the traditional view of intelligence isn't that "accurate" in measuring one's intelligence. "A person's strength in one area of performance simply does not predict any comparable strength in other areas" (Gardner). The other important philosophy followed is play way method as suggested by Freidrich Frobel, the famous German educator. Then, there is also the Montessori method which sees the teacher not as the director in control of the classroom, but as an individual guide to each student who determines the pace of his/her own learning experiences. Independence is encouraged by imparting ‘practical life skills’ like teaching them to dress themselves, cleaning, put their toys and clothes away and take an active part in their household, neighborhood and school activities.
Not forgetting Mahatma Gandhi’s philosophy, who said every learning would be successful where one involves 3 H's in the process, that is Head, Heart and Hand. We, at Leapbridge, have incorporated this philosophy to give hands on experience and make learning fun and indeed as purposeful as always.