Aims and Objectives
Provide a safe, secure and stimulating play-school environment.
Strengthen the skill in Communicative Language, as per the philosophy of Dr. Mariya Montessori
Extend a support to early child hood, especially to the children of employees.
Make the children more comfortable to continue in Pre- School.
Save the period required for initial settlement (2 months) at the time of admission in Pre- School.
6 days (Monday to Saturday), From 1st June to March 31st
Uniform : No prescribed uniform
Working Hours & Fee Structure
9 AM TO 1 PM Rs.2250/-
9 AM TO 3:30 PM Rs.2500/-
9 AM TO 4.30 PM Rs.2750/-(Saturday till 4:00)
Toilet attached Environments with Montessori Equipments and Reading corner Separate place for sleeping. Indoor Play Station. Milk and Biscuits at 11.30 a.m. for all. Outing, once in 3 months. One Directress and one Nanni for every 20 children.
Encourage children, both in small and large groups, to extend their vocabulary and fluency by talking and listening, and by hearing and responding to stories, songs and rhymes.
Personal, Social, and Emotional Development
Support children individually, in a nurturing environment, to develop confidence, autonomy and self-respect. Encourage children to work and concentrate independently and also to take part in the life of the group, sharing and co-operating with other children and adults.
PLAY SCHOOL WITH DAY CARE
First working day from June to March on or after completion of 2 ½ years, subject to the availability of seat.
Registration of seats commences from 21tst November for admission to the batches starting in June, and for the other batches just three months before the admission. If you wish to register your child for a place at our play-school, please complete an application form, enclosed with this prospectus and submit at the school office on time. Since we have limited number of seats, first come first served will be followed.
Provide adult-supported practical experiences, to enable children to become familiar with sorting, matching, ordering, sequencing and counting activities, which form the basis for early mathematics.
Knowledge and Understanding of the World
Help children to observe the features of objects and substances, recognizing differences, patterns and similarities, and to share their findings.
Provide a range of equipment and opportunities, both indoors and out of doors, to allow children to develop confidence and enjoyment in the use and development of their own body skills.
Encourage children to use a wide range of resources in order to express their own ideas and feelings and to construct their individual response to experiences in two and three dimensions.