Our curriculum is based on the scientific study of the patterns of growth, change and stability that occurs from conception through adolescence. It makes the child able to do complex things as he gets older.

Young learners are motivated to use their imagery and memory skills. They are conditioned to learning and memorizing, as their view of the world is normally very self-centered.

We have also developed their social interaction skills, such as playing and cooperating with other children of their own age.

It is a part of our routine to test the limits of their cognitive abilities, so that their individual potential can be identified and they can be taught accordingly.

Our well trained instructors understand the teaching techniques and they are smart enough to innovate even within the given guidelines simultaneously.

In a nutshell, our teaching methodology focuses primarily on maintaining the ideal balance of creativity, flexibility and structure that makes learning pleasurable for your tiny tots.




Teachers’ Training

Play School kids are just like delicate saplings. They should be dealt very gently. Instead of teaching theoretically, they should be given enough time and space for activities.

The most prevalent style of teaching is a traditional teacher-centred rote-learning method. This gives learners little or no opportunity to participate actively in the learning process and develop critical thinking skills.

In our workshops we focus on the benefits (for teachers and students) of incorporating student-centred approaches into teaching. We also aim to provide teachers with useful resources and ideas, offer opportunities to observe, practice and analyse and evaluate student-centred teaching methods, and provide a forum for teachers to share their ideas and experiences.

We encourage teachers to decide for themselves how they might incorporate new methods into their teaching, taking into account to the cultural context, their school and students, and their confidence in their ability to use them effectively.


Parents Assistance

The Parents Assistance (PA) program helps parents create and sustain healthy, safe, and nurturing relationships with their children, and this may be especially beneficial when parents are facing challenges that may compromise their parenting capacity.

At the core of the program are five principles of positive parenting:

  • ensuring a safe and engaging environment;
  • creating a positive learning environment;
  • using assertive discipline;
  • having realistic (and developmentally appropriate) expectations;
  • taking care of oneself as a parent.