We believe that maximum learning takes place in the first seven years of a person’s life. Since, young children have an inbuilt curiosity to explore, the learning skills are introduced not through drill, but through fun and exciting activities. Theme related activities are planned like songs, stories, rhymes and art and crafts. Frequent competitions are also incorporated. All major festivals are a source of leaning with fun.
Language development, concept formation, fine and gross motor development and creative thinking happens simultaneously through exploration and self-discovery.
We slowly introduce them to oxford curriculum and take them through it. The highly developing toddler brain is stimulated hands on activities, which can develop psychomotor skills. They begin to appreciate the importance of education and made aware of their potentials. They are guided by their teachers to explore and exploit in the right direction thus moving away from vulnerability and independence.