Crafted by experts in the field of early years education, the program draws from the Theory of Multiple Intelligences proposed by Dr. Howard Gardner of Harvard University. Trained educators create personalized learning experiences designed to encourage a positive self-image while celebrating each child’s unique personality, intelligence and creativity. Our teaching and learning philosophy is based on Multiple Intelligence, inquiry based learning and experiential learning.

How a Child Learns
7 Multiple Intelligences

What a Child Learns
5 Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Skills

Where a Child Learns
6 Learning Centres


The KLAY Learning Centres

The KLAY Preschool program has a unique mix of structured and spontaneous experiences in a safe, healthy and multi-sensory environment. Each KLAY centre has purposefully designed Learning Centres to support fun and educational learning experiences.


Video Resources

Dr. Howard Gardner on The Theory of Multiple Intelligences

Source: https://www.edutopia.org/video/howard-gardner-multiple-intelligences

Watch How Experiences Build Brain Architecture

Source: Centre on the Developing Child, Harvard university

What Parents are Saying!

We started our son at the KLAY Centre on Lavelle Road 5 months back and since then he has grown and learnt by leaps and bounds. We often find him coming home and spurting out new words, colors and even rhymes that he’s picks up at school. The staff and teachers take great care from the moment he’s dropped off and we really think he thrives in the nurturing environment provided there.

Janet
Tarek’s mother, Junior Toddler, Lavelle Road
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Panel Discussion: Together, Apart – Uniting Efforts for Children in the New World Order

With children out of school, physical distancing as the new norm, and children’s rights under threat, the new world order has “turned back the clock” on years of progress made on children’s well-being. However, it’s not all bad. As a human race, we’ve been built to adapt: we’ve seen a tipping point in technology-enabled education and the promise of a new education policy in our country.

What can we, as influencers of change in the education space, do to create a better tomorrow for children? Join us for a panel discussion where we can come together to unite our efforts to secure the future of the nex-gen and create a better tomorrow for children.