Programs

Our Classroom’s

 Baby Room (0 months to 18 months)

As far as the baby room is concerned it is going to the first encounter both for the parents as well as the babies with the daycare center. We strive make this initial phase of our relationship to be a pleasant and a promising one, so as to develop and establish a longstanding relationship based on trust and mutual respect.

We have worked hard to present a scientifically designed and an aesthetically provoking  room environment that is of course, safe for babies and that supports and promotes their emotional and physical well-being, stimulates their senses, and challenges their motor skills.

We have worked hard to come up with a quality design of the room that aims to create a classroom that is highly functional, aesthetically attractive, age-appropriate, child-directed, and teacher-supported. We have a well-designed group care environment that promotes children’s individual and social development. The setting, layout, and equipment all give babies many opportunities to challenge themselves through seeing, touching, feeling, and moving. In surroundings that are safe to explore freely wherein the infants learn to map their environment cognitively, learn to manipulate it, and work on mastering it.

We have stacked our room with age and developmentally appropriate toys like mobiles, rattles, soft toys which do provide visual stimulation, promotes brain development, helps in the development motor skills, and hand-eye coordination. We work on sensorimotor skills that involve receiving sensory messages and producing a response.

The caregivers work hard to make sure that the children in our baby room have a strong sense of identity, are connected with and contribute to their world, have a strong sense of well being, are confident and involved learners and are effective communicators.

 

Younger Toddler (19 months to 24 months)

The younger toddler room works on the basic concepts of learning the basic skills that would help the toddlers to perfect the art of walking, climbing, sliding, and riding. That in turn would help them to build and sharpen their gross motor skills that are essential as the children progress from infancy to toddler-hood.

We believe that this particular stage is a critical time for us to help build the foundation of their self-confidence and that is the most important aspect that we work on. The goal for our younger toddler caregiver is to guide and encourage the student’s sense of discovery, support active learning, motivate exploration, and create secure connections.

We have designed our younger toddler room keeping in mind the essence, importance and vitality of the natural light and the role that it have on their overall development. We do understand that that toddlers can be messy sometimes and to take care of these bothersome situations we have introduced the concept of an open shower in our toddler room washroom, just in case things get out hand and the hygiene and cleanliness expectation are not compromised. The caregiver of this room is trained and ready and prepared for accidents that are bound to happen at this age.

The caretaker gives the children free choice of where they would like to play and what they would like to do. The caretaker aims to promote each child’s independence and to foster their own emerging identities and personalities. We do put a strong emphasis on helping the children so as to that they can gain independence with their self-help skills such as feeding themselves, beginning to dress and undress themselves. The caregiver works hard to help and assist them identifying their needs in respect to diaper changes, tiredness, thirst, and hunger and then communicating those needs to their caregivers. We do use electronic devices that update the parents about each and every child about how they are doing, what they are doing, what activities they are involved in and their progress in real time scenario on a daily basis.

 

Older Toddler’s (2 Year’s to 3 Year’s)

The older toddler room is a very creative room, which focuses on self-expression and developing expressive language. Although the basic strategies of imparting education and meeting their development needs are almost the same, it is just that the The older toddlers are now beginning to move away from parallel play and are exploring to move towards cooperative play with other children. In this room they are learning how get along and play together and it emphasized through various activities in the room. A lot of planning and hard work is done on the part of caregiver to organize and implement activities that foster the above-mentioned skills of cooperative play, teamwork. At this stage we introduce many concepts including colors, shapes and community helpers. We keep on fostering self-help skills such as feeding themselves, potty training, independence, and self-confidence that are already being worked upon and are fostered in our young toddlers. At this stage the caregiver also  starts implementing, planning and offering activities for children to explore their world through art, music, creative movement. The caregiver also works on language development, reading readiness, and numbers in a stimulating, sensitive and entertainment environment.

 

Preschool Room (3 Year’s to 4 ½ Year’s)

Our preschool room is organized and developed around interest areas or learning centers. These defined areas allow children to play and explore materials with the guidance of the teacher either individually or in small groups. The centers are divided but are not segregated, children move freely among them. In our our preschool programs, our teachers interact, observe and interpret the interests of preschool students to encourage further discoveries by planning activities and investigations that expand your child’s learning. Our daily activities are designed to develop language, fine motor, gross motor, cognitive, and social skills of the children. All pertinent areas of development are considered and provided for in the classroom which include but are not limited to sensory, gross motor, fine motor, math, science, literacy, music, dramatic play, creativity, and social.

 

Kinder Room (4 ½ year’s to 6 Year’s)

In our kinder room, we emphasize in the areas of learning specifically dedicated to literacy including the whole language and phonetics as we are well aware that this is the stage in which the language skills are critical and are evolving so we emphasize the development of the language and phonetics. Some of the other areas that we focus in this room are writing, mathematics, drama, development of social skills, including conflict resolution, working on their curiosity with science and discovery, honing up their creative arts, working on their aesthetics with music and movement, working on their sensory exploration while introducing the concepts of environmental studies with the introduction of gardrenting and creativity.

 

OSC Room (6 Year’s to 12 Year’s) 

Our OSC room is based on a philosophy that intends and supports our students in becoming the good natured, tenderhearted, kindest, most capable, adaptable, hardy version of themselves, we go beyond the regular homework version of help and that means we are not only concerned with the homework basically we strive to get the real creativity and personality out the child’s personal self so that they can contribute to their level best for the betterment of the society at large and we are able to accomplish that by making sure that their personality blossoms in all the aspects and we are able to achieve that by giving each child the space, encouragement, and materials that are required for them to go ahead with fulfilling their dreams and that could be anything from building a dam, start a music band, work on a painting project, build a tower anything that as it really doesn’t matter where their interests and talents would take them. We help them making by making positive groups and communities of friends with games, projects, creative arts, language and plenty of playtime to keep kids happy and healthy and occupied.