FAQs 2019-07-13T06:39:34+00:00

It is researched that a child is at his highest peak of learning from the age of 2 to 6 yrs, hence we suggest you can consider admitting your child into a play school when he/she is around two years of age. Admission in Little Scholars is open all around the year as long as we have seats available.

Not at all, the idea of pre-school teaching is to make children learn while they play for which we have multiple games, teaching aids and study material that they love to do. At this age children love making new friends and start taking instructions from their teachers.

No, this is not at all a requirement to get your child admitted. Children during initial years are into the learning process about their washroom needs and to facilitate the same we have trained staff who look after the child well.

Yes, we take strict measures to make sure your child is safe and comfortable during transport. We use good AC vans which provide pickup / drop from your home mostly and are accompanied by a lady attendant along with driver.

Summer Timings – Students- 9:00 am to 12:00 noon; Teachers – 8:00 am to 2:00 pm

Winter Timings – Students- 9:30 am to 12:30 noon; Teachers – 8:30 am to 2:30 pm

No, there is no such interview process however we do expect the child to be physically and mentally sound to cope up within a group of children. Parents are also requested to encourage their child in smooth settlement during initial days.

Academic session begins in April month every year and is the preferable month of taking admission on many factors. However the Admission process for Playgroup and Pre-Nursery is open throughout the year as long as seats are available. Simple thumb rule is that the moment your child has turned two years you can plan a play school for him or her “Sooner the Better”.

Yes, children can be admitted during mid year for Play Group & Pre-Nursery programs only. Transfer Cases for all classes are considered depending on the seat availability.

We follow a pre-planned day wise curriculum for each class which consists of the following: English language, Numeracy, General Awareness, Story / Rhymes, Fine Motor activity, Gross Motor Activity, Healthy Meals, Outdoor play, Field trips, Splash pool, Kids gym, Competitions etc.

The student-teacher ratio helps to evaluate the quality of personal attention that teachers can provide to children. At Little Scholars, we follow a student teacher ratio of 15:1.

The teachers are the backbones of any preschool. At Little Scholars, we make sure that we select our teachers strictly on the basis of their educational qualifications, relevant experience and their attitude towards kids.

We give compulsory teacher training in our Facilitation methods every quarter, so that our teachers impart our latest and advanced curriculum in the right manner.

Feel free to visit the school premises and have one-on-one conversations with our teachers to know more.

To ensure, that the child’s continuous learning & development goals are achieved, Little Scholars practice-

  1. Daily Assessment for each slot through an activity i.e immediately after teaching the teacher access the child through observation or by conducting an activity.
  2. Monthly Assessment is done at the end of every month in the form of oral and written assessments.
  • English is taught via Phonics Approach – ie. How to “sound out” new words by learning each sound & syllable individually but few words are taught to be memorized as whole unit.
  • These phonics can be recapped or learnt at home by accessing phonic sounds on the mobile app.
  • Apart from phonics, we try enriching a child’s English vocabulary through daily basis communication comfortable enough for a child to learn and understand.
  • The parent & the teacher should speak in same language so that there is no confusion for the child.

1. We conduct a Parent Orientation Program to familiarize the parents with our curriculum, teaching methodologies, learning outcomes and extra-curricular activities.

2. We also conduct Parents’ Workshops during mid year to work hand-in-hand with parents towards shaping their child’s future.

3. We also encourage our parents to be a part of various events and celebrations throughout the year.

4. Parents are also engaged to have regular dialogues with teachers on their child’s development at the Monthly / Quarterly Parent Teacher Meetings.

1. Be a role model for learning

2. Identify what your child loves

3. Make homework fun

4. Talk to your child and ask what he/she did at school

5. Set aside time to read together – (Picture reading is the best for this age)

6. Connect what your child learns to everyday life

7. Encourage them to question and answer their questions.

8. Don’t over-schedule your child.

9. Keep usage of electronic gadgets to a minimum.

10. Encourage fine and gross motor activities.

11. Most important…. Do not do things for your child always; Give instructions and let your child follow the same at his/her own pace. This way you will help them become more independent and take responsibility for their work and things.