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First Language and Mother Tongue

The children develop communication skills through various activities, which help children converse in English and Mother Tongue (Tamil and Hindi). Story telling is conducted for each level to cultivate the love of reading. Children are encouraged to analyze the story using open-ended questions. Teachers also ensure children’s understanding of the story content via dramatization. Phonics system is used to introduce the sound of letters. This helps children recognize words.

Speech and Drama

Children learn to express themselves through dramatization activity. They are exposed to different roles that allow them to act accordingly. This activity would boost up children’s creativity and confidence.


Children are introduced to counting, patterning, and sequencing using concrete materials. Children apply their understanding through hands-on activities. The basic numeracy skills are used for addition and subtraction concepts.

Outdoor/Indoor Play

Children develop gross motor skills through structured and unstructured activities. Gymnastic equipments are available to assist them in accomplishing these skills. Teachers also conduct group games that help building their physical growth.

Music & Movement

Music and Movement is integrated into our thematic based approach. Children will gain an appreciation of music through singing, dancing and playing percussion instruments (melodic and non-melodic). The musical activities give our children many opportunities to explore rhythm through movement and instruments as well as enhance creativity through dance and concerts.

Art and Craft

The integration of Art & Craft into our curriculum allows children to apply their knowledge into different medias. These art activities would enhance children’s creativity and imaginative using various art medias and materials.


Children learn English, Mother Tongue, Mathematics, and Science through various interesting software. At the same time, they develop fine motor skills with the manipulation of the mouse and enhance their hand-eye coordination skills in activities such as painting and drawing.


Children’s education would not be complete without some Moral aspect flown into it. Preschool years are the beginning of formal education. Thus, it must prepare our children to be a responsible child with positive thinking in their mind. Through moral stories, they learn to apply these higher values into their daily lives.


Young children require Science to be an experiential activity – hands on fun, which is also educational. Through experiments in Science, children obtain fulfilling answers from their endless question about our interesting world.