Preschool refers to an early-childhood educational class for 2 yrs and 5 year olds. A pre-school is an early years setting where young children under statutory school age have the opportunity to learn through play. Pre-schools may also be called playgroups/toddlers, nurseries or kindergartens and half of the staff must hold an early year’s qualification.
“There’s increasing evidence that children gain a lot from going to pre-school,” says Parents advisor Kathleen McCartney, PhD, Dean of Harvard Graduate School of Education, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. “At preschool, they become exposed to numbers, letters, and shapes. And more important, they learn how to socialize – get along with other children, share, and contribute to circle time”.
“Children who attend high-quality preschool and kindergarten enter a formal school with better pre-reading skills, richer vocabularies, and stronger basic math skills than those who do not,” says NIEER director W. Steven Barnett, PhD.
Simply visit the School during 8.00am – 10.30am (Mon-Fri), meet administrator, she will welcome you and guide you for necessary help. Get admission form, fill-up the basic information and submit with supporting documents.
The School is run and managed by a Trustee board (CTQ Education & Services). The trust will provide support to financially poor family. Help is also provided to those who deserve it – else fees as decided on case to case basis.
1.5 years to 6 years
We follow world-class-Finnish-education (FNBE curriculum).
Our teaching staffs are hand-picked, trained and experienced.
Report Card is issued to students.