From Principal’s Desk

We believe that when a child's social and emotional needs are met, he can participate fully in the wide range of learning opportunities here at school. Children will become familiar with the routines of a classroom environment and benefit from gaining a sense of what it is like to be part of a larger group.

We like to build connections between the child's day at school and life at home. We invite you to share your ideas, questions and concerns with us. Our goal is to build a sense of community and trust between children, parents, and staff.

The play way approach is used to enable a smooth transition from home to school. We provide ample firsthand experience through various activities, which helps them to develop their gross motor skills, language skills, social skills, emotional skills, personal skills and intellectual skills which in turn creates a stress free educational set up. Hands on project work, co-curricular activities, literary activities, excursions and fieldtrips, computer literacy provide a wide exposure to the child helping to mould him as a unique individual.