The Kids Paradise Pre-Primary School serves children in the toddler playgroup, Lower Kindergarten, and Upper Kindergarten. We also offer various activities/program levels wise.
Day Care crafted for children between the age group of 1-2 years, keeping in mind the holistic development of the children at this age. The program aims to strengthen the bond between the child and caregiver and to engage toddlers in various structured activities. This will help toddlers to interact with their peers and get acquainted with the preschool set-up.
Our Playgroup program is dedicatedly based on nurturing child’s basic teaching needs. We prefer to train them with basic necessities like sharing habits, eating habits, etc. We conduct age-appropriate activities and teaching.
Quality education in the early years of preschool sets a firm foundation in the overall development of a child. At Kids Paradise School, the nursery curriculum provides a right array of activities to help children move towards achieving their early learning goals.
In Nursery, children are engaged in school readiness activities such as reading, writing, counting, number recognition and problem-solving in a fun-filled but purposeful manner. Children are encouraged to corroborate their learning through collaborative activities in the areas of dramatics, science, and arts.
This level concentrates on utilizing child’s curiosity and improves their social skills and social manners. All of our programs offer appropriate curriculum and each level builds on the previous one.
Our UKG program encourages children to learn and question, it also encourages the child to develop a sense of responsibility and memory development. In addition to regular classroom activities and outdoor play, the children in the different levels of Childhood go to different concept rooms.
Our Special Classes program includes the extra curriculum activities like Music, Dance, Singing, Yoga, Art&Craft, and Chess which helps the children to explore their hidden talent and to build their skills outside of the classroom. In addition to building skills within a specific discipline, extracurricular activities are great for developing general academic and soft skills.