Best Preschools and Daycare in Hebbal Bangalore

Mar 6, 2020 | Read time: 4 mins

Mar 6, 2020 | Read time:


Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India and one of the cities which have its own ability to change, innovate, and adjust to constantly evolving circumstances. If you’re a working parent with children, then you always concern for putting your kids in the best preschool or daycare.  

KLAY Preschool and Daycare is India’s most trusted parenting partner. KLAY has a large network of centres across India and is recognized for world-class early years education and care. Every centre has meticulously designed learning spaces and a passionate set of teachers and caregivers who provide a safe, welcoming and stimulating environment for children. Here is the list of best preschools and daycare in Hebbal, Bangalore by Klay.  

Preschool & Daycare- Hebbal 

This Center is located at Manyata Residency back gate no-5 a well-developed community that is near Offices and Residences making it convenient for working parents. This space is bright and airy with natural light we provide a safe and clean atmosphere that helps a child learning and play fun with a covered outdoor play area and classrooms that help stimulate social, cognitive, emotional, physical, language, and build creativity. 

Programs 

  • Schooling 
  •  Day Care (Infant, Junior Toddler, Senior Toddler, K-1, K-2) 
  • After School ( Care Emergency/Backup Care Only for registered parents) 

Facilities 

  • Age Appropriate Lead-free toys and learning aids 
  • Large play areas lit by natural light 
  • Learning centers for music and movement, storytelling, art and literary enrichment activities 
  • Temperature controlled indoor environments 
  • Secure Access Systems and real-time CCTV access 
  • Trained nursing staff 
  • Detailed SOPS for seamless center Operations management 

Curriculum: 

Our curriculum is focused on creating a learning environment that starts children down a road toward academic success, to enhance toddlers’ skills and knowledge, our learning philosophy is based on Multiple Intelligence, inquiry-based learning and experiential learning. 

Website: https://www.klayschools.com/daycare-playschool/hebbal/ 

Phone: 767 670 8888 

Address: E-171, Manyata Residency, Nagavara, Hebbal Outer Ring Road, Bengaluru – 560045 

FAQs | Day Care & Child Care Questions

1. How can I enrol?

Visit this link for admission enquiry and enrolment.

2.What age children, do you serve?

Klay caters to children aged between 6 months and 10 years.

3. Are meals provided at the centre?

We provide optional 3 nutritious meals each day and parents can opt to send food with their child.

4. Can I visit my child at the centre anytime I’d like to?

Yes, you are encouraged to visit your child anytime, but only outside the classrooms to avoid disturbing other children. Further, a settlement period of 1 week is provided wherein parents can see through the activities of their children in the classrooms for 2 days.

5. For how many hours can I keep my child at the daycare centre?

At Klay, our full daycare timing is from 6 am-9 pm with extended full daycare 8:30 am – 7:30 pm. Also, we provide emergency/backup care only for registered parents

6. Is there a dedicated nap area?

Yes, the Klay centre has a dedicated nap area, but bed linen needs to bring from home

7. Would you provide toilet training for my child?

Yes, we provide toilet training experience as positive, natural within the context of helping the child develop self-esteem and independence.

8. What is your children-to-teacher ratio?

At Klay, we ensure complete transparency and an ideal child to adult ratio with adequate and qualified staff.

9. What security measures are in place to protect my child?

Our classroom walls and doors are always transparent giving children a sense of space and safety. We have finger guards on every door to safeguard the little fingers from getting hurt.

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