We believe that socialization
is the key for happiness of
children and this program is
built to accommodate the
concept of ‘learning pods’
– where children benefit
through the opportunities to
learn from each other
Safety is always first at KLAY and our KARE@Home program is delivered
keeping in mind the highest safety standards
We believe that socialization is the key for happiness of children. In a social bubble setting, a family chooses three or four other families and everyone decides to come together thereby giving children an opportunity to socialize in the presence of a trusted adult. All the precautions are strictly adhered to by the bubble members. Children benefit from peer-peer and they enjoy moving within these bubbles simply because the chain reaction of “feel good feeling” makes children feel happy to see each other happy
Here is the eligibility for all 3 formats:
Teacher@Home: 2 years – 6 years
Nanny@Home: 6 months – 6 years
Edukarer@Home: 15 months – 8 years
All programs are available in 2 formats – 1 on 1 learning and learning through the Social Bubble concept (recommended).
Our teachers and staff go through multi-stage background checks and comprehensive psychometric analysis. They also get trained on POCSO, POSH, First Aid and Fire Safety.
Yes! The Curriculum is aligned with our Early Years’ Matter KLAY Curriculum. While the activities to achieve the goals might vary a little due to the logistics and mode of delivery, the program will focus on the overall development of the child
Our staff have been trained by our Health and Safety team. Vaccinations for all teachers and staff pan India have been conducted through special tie-ups with hospitals. We provide a safety kit to each one of them that includes a sanitizer, hand wash, masks, gloves, etc. Our teachers and nannies also go through multiple levels of health screening, immunity checks and temperature testing. We also make sure that none of our staff come from containment zones or a highly affected area.
In case you opt for the Social Bubble setup, the ratio will be 1:4 for the Teacher@Home program i.e. every teacher will be engaging with 4 children from the neighborhood during the class. For the Caregiver@Home format, it will go to 1:2
In case of 1 on 1 learning, the ratio will be 1:1
We will be sharing the materials required for the coming week, along with the weekly plans every Saturday, on your registered email ID.
You can choose any slot out of the time slots provided. Our teachers and nannies will deliver the at-home service, Monday through Saturday, excluding public holidays.
While we as a team of early years’ specialists and educators put the program together, we still need the parent’s help and support to achieve what we would otherwise achieve in a traditional classroom. We are cognizant of the several commitments you may have on the work/home front; keeping that in mind we have worked towards establishing a routine with respect to your child’s engagement in the program
While we wait to hear from respective state Governments on the guidelines for re-opening physical centres, in case of centre re-opening, parents have a choice to continue with the home learning module, or enroll in the physical centres. There will also be an option to opt for a hybrid model of learning, where parents can opt for 2/3 days of home learning along with the remaining days at the centre.
Yes, ofcourse! You can opt for our new format of Edukarer@Home, where our trained teachers will support your child in their online school learning, help them with school assignments and engage them in activities, story time, and music and movement sessions. The format also includes basic child support like feeding, diaper changing, potty training (For toddlers) and putting the child to sleep.
Our teachers will be responsible for the delivery of KLAY’s Early Year’ Matter curriculum to your home. They will also engage your child with assignments and learning activities during the subscription period. Read the detailed scope of work here
Our teachers will be there to support you with your child’s online school learning, school assignments and also provide you with basic child support. Read the detailed scope of work here
Our nannies will be there to engage your child and support in day-to-day activities such as feeding, sanitization, playing/singing with the child and putting the child to bed. Read the detailed scope of work here
All the data is secure and Digital IP protection is provided with watermark through back-end integration with block chain encoding. Neither the teacher nor the parent can use our curriculum content/framework outside the system. The child and parent details shared with us will not be shared with the third party and reside only with us. Email id of the parent will be shared only to get logins created. It will not be used for any other purpose.
No, in this case it would be disrespecting the staff emotions. We will ensure the KLAY staff takes necessary precautions and measures on the personal hygiene. We need to trust and respect their emotions as well. Please refer to the scope of work document for more details.
In case we find out that the area close to the residential area of our staff gets affected or has positive cases, we will not be sending that particular staff to your house. Similarly, if your area gets affected, our staff has the liberty to take a break or pause the services for a few days.We will replace the staff in case the current staff’s area is affected. However, if your area is affected/ sealed, the services will re-start only after things get settle down
Part of Founding Years Learning Solutions Pvt. Ltd., KLAY Preschools and Daycare, is a multi-platform education services organization. KLAY is India’s largest non-franchised chain of preschools and daycare centres recognized for world class early years’ education and care enabled by a passionate set of teachers and caregivers who provide a safe, welcoming and stimulating environment for children. Incorporated in 2012, the KLAY community encompasses 450+ corporate partnerships and 50,000+ parents across India.
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