Best Preschool and Daycare in Bandra West, Mumbai
KLAY Preschool and Daycare at Bandra is our oldest centre, established over 12 years ago. Nestled in a bungalow at Shirley Rajan Road, the most gorgeous feature of this centre is the outdoor play area and greenery in the courtyard.
It’s a home away from home for the children who join us as 6-month-old infants and then grow into after school kids who join us after going to their big schools.
The focus of the program is to instill independent learning, creative thinking & excellent communication skills to arm your children to succeed in tomorrow’s world.
|Junior Toddler||9.30 am-11.30 am|
|Senior Toddler||9.30 am-11.30 am|
A home away from home, KLAY's Daycare Program, provides your children a safe, secure and stimulating environment that positively engages and challenges them.
|Half Daycare||8.30 am - 2.00 pm / 2.00 pm - 7.00 pm|
|Full Daycare||9.00 am - 6.00 pm|
|Extended Full Daycare||8.30 am - 7.00 pm|
Engage your child in an exciting world of infinite possibilities at our after school daycare program
|Jr. After School Daycare||12.00 pm - 7.00 pm|
|Sr. After School Daycare||3.00 pm - 7.00 pm|
|Emergency/Backup Care||Only for registered parents|
Arrival and Free Play
Circle Time & Concept Introduction
Exploring the Learning Centres
Storytime, Music & Movement, Role Play
Show them that you care deeply about them. Express joy in who they are.
Create routines and rituals for special times during the day like mealtime, nap time, and bedtime.
Give children opportunities to move around, explore and play.
Talk to children about what they seem to be feeling and teach them words to describe those feelings.
KLAY Prep Schools and Daycare is India’s largest and most awarded pre-schools and daycare. With over 165 centres and more than 300 corporate tie-ups, we pride ourselves on our commitment to providing quality education and have enabled more than 20,000 women and supported them as they have gone ahead and pursued their careers. You can learn more here.
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