Isn’t it time your child discovered a new way of learning?

Our unique Holistic Learning philosophy is the result of blending five of the best philosophies and learning techniques the world has seen. It focuses not just on growing the mind and body but also imbibing values, in an age appropriate manner, thereby ensuring that the education your child receives is wholesome, balanced and above all enriching.

The Multiple Intelligence (MI) Theory

Every child is blessed with various different intelligences. Some are good at math while others are good at art or sports. Through his theory Dr. Howard Gardner has explained this very phenomenon by classifying intelligences into 9 different categories. Keeping in mind India’s multicultural landscape we’ve added one more intelligence to the mix, making it a perfect 10.

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Mahatma Gandhi’s teachings

The Mahatma has been an inspiration to countless people and he has inspired us too. His primary emphasis is on the 3’H’s i.e. – Head, Heart and Hand, rather than on 3 R’s i.e. – Reading, Writing and Arithmetic. According to the Mahatma, the true development of head, heart and soul are necessary for a satisfactory system of education.

The Play Way method

Children at a young age learn more through play than any other medium. This very thought led to the development of the play way method introduced by Friedrich Froebel. The aim of this method is to educate children through the medium of guided play in a friendly and natural environment.

Jean Piaget's Cognitive Theory

The best way to learn something is to do it. This is the principle on which Jean Piaget’s Cognitive theory is based on. He believed that children construct an understanding of the world around them, then experience discrepancies between what they already know and what they discover in their environment.

The Montessori method

Developed by Italian physician and educator Maria Montessori, this method is characterized by an emphasis on independence, freedom within limits, and respect for a child’s natural psychological, physical, and social development. We have implemented this method to aid all types of sensory learning.

Stages of learning

We’ve devised an age appropriate curriculum that grows with your child. Starting with the most basic skills going up to more advanced ones. This ensures that your child is equipped with a skill-set that will help them learn better.

Click on our programs listed below to gain an understanding on which skills we focus on based on your child’s age.

Pre-Nursery (Age 2-3 years)
Nursery (Age 3-4 years)
Kindergarten 1 (Age 4-5 years)
Kindergarten 2 (Age 5-6 years)

Pre-Nursery (Age 2-3 years)

Children at this age make great developmental strides and our program focuses on creating a consistency and routine. We primarily focus on group activities and plenty of outdoor activities apart from the basics of language, art, math and nature related activities.

Nursery (Age 3-4 years)

Once children graduate from Pre-Nursery and have mastered the basics of pre-reading and pre-math we move on to more advanced concepts. This escalates the learning possibilities of our students and prepares them to learn with freedom, curiosity and confidence.

Kindergarten 1 (Age 4-5 years)

The focus of the program is to prepare children for Kindergarten 2 and help them master a wide variety of subjects, right from gross motor skills to social sciences and the study of nature. Besides this we also move on to advanced math, language and art among many others.

Kindergarten 2 (Age 5-6 years)

The final year program provides ample academic challenges that will leave your child well prepared to transition into elementary school life. We’ve designed the program to have a fine balance between fun and academic development. Everything from language to nature study and everything in between is covered in great detail while still being enjoyable.