Our Program

Pre-Nursery
Age 2+
Preschoolers love to explore the world through hands their own hands. Our classrooms provide an environment that challenges them to understand, motivates
Nursery
Age 3+
Our Nursery is designed to help the child to become a responsive learner who can communicate more successfully, and work well both independently and in group situations. The curriculum focuses on active
Kindergarten
Age 4+
Kindergarteners are curious minds, they love to experiment. Our classrooms are designed as Explorer’s labs where a child enjoys discovering the world through enquiry. Project based approach ensures child’s

Our Initiatives

We have created naturalized outdoors learning environment by adding trees, shrubs, bushes, hedges, perennial and flowering plants, climbers and edible plants which a child would love to nurture and play around. In addition every class has their own Nature-corner which they can design, experiment and explore the way they like.
We believe that health is the only true wealth so inculcating right eating habits and an exercise regime at an early age is crucial. How you start your day, what, how much and when do you eat, how much time you spend in front of screen and in outdoor play, do you exercise your mind as well: our program ensures each child finds the right answer that is unique to him.
Our values and ethos are important to us but at the same time we want the world to be the canvas for our learners to play on. Our uniquely designed program connects them to their roots as they learn Indian Folk Arts, Dance forms, Music and amazing Panchtantra tales and collaborative activities with schools across the globe make them Global learners.
It is important that the learners from the very young age feel connected to their social milieu. Thinking and caring for someone makes a child a responsible individual. Sharing resources like old story- books and stationery with underprivileged, donating clothes and blankets to poor, initiating a plantation drive to do their bit for environment, make them empathetic and sensitive to the needs of others. This is a child’s way to tell the world that, “iCare”.