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Leave Your Little Ones in Our Safe and Loving Hands!

As India’s largest and most trusted, non-franchised Preschool and Daycare chain, we pride ourselves on our commitment to providing quality education and unparalleled care to children between the ages of 6 months and 10 years.

With comprehensive safety measures and protocols in place and an expertly crafted curriculum we encourage children to explore, create and imagine, strengthening their foundations and preparing them for tomorrow’s world.

These are the programs available for your child at our centres:
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We are Open!

With the Government approvals for the re-opening of preschool and daycare centres coming in once again for some of the states, we are preparing in full gear to welcome your children back with the most comprehensive of safety standards and measures in place.

As we plan a phased wise reopening of centres across the country, subject to government approvals, here is your chance to block your child’s seat, for the next academic year, with a pre-booking amount of Rs 4999 only. The remaining amount can be paid once we announce the reopening of the centre of your choice.
These are the programs available for your child at our centres:
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Safety First @ KLAY

Our safety protocols have always been stringent and even more so now. All our staff are fully vaccinated and ready to welcome your little ones.

Listen to one of our Centre Directors as she takes us through some of the stringent safety measures that would be followed at all our centres.

To know more about our safety measures in placeplease click here

A Day At KLAY

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Here's Why KLAY is the Right Choice For You

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KLAY’s Early Years Matter Preschool Program

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At KLAY, we set the foundations for key life skills that make your children ‘big school’ ready as well as ready for their life ahead.

The driving principle of KLAY’s Early Years’ Matter Preschool pedagogy is Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences, which clearly identifies several intelligences and preferences that human beings depend upon, to take in information and solve problems.

This theory forms the foundation of the KLAY way of learning. Through this program, we nurture children to be:

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We nurture your child to be:

Curious | Collaborative | Confident | Empathetic | Independent

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At KLAY, “We Teach the Way the Child Wants to Learn”

What a Child Learns – Dimensions of Learning

The structure of our curriculum ensures continuity in skill development from milestone to milestone, contributing to smooth program transitions.

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Where a Child Learns – The Learning Centres

The KLAY way of learning, helps us break down the EYM Program into daily lesson plans to create learning centres and learning outcomes.

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Download our Early Years Matter Preschool Curriculum brochure here for more details on our curriculum

The KLAY Way of Learning

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Download our Early Years Matter Preschool Curriculum brochure here for more details on our curriculum

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At KLAY, The Learning Never Stops

We understand that every family is different. For those of you who still wish to continue your child’s learning from home, or if you can’t find a KLAY centre near you once we reopen, we assure you the learning continuity of your child.

Choose between our online and at-home formats of learning and childcare based on your requirements and your child’s learning and childcare needs. Whenever you are ready, we will help you transition from these programs into our in-centre ones or opt for a hybrid model of learning.

At KLAY, The Learning Never Stops

We understand that every family is different. For those of you who still wish to continue your child’s learning from home, or if you can’t find a KLAY centre near you once we reopen, we assure you the learning continuity of your child.

Choose between our online and at-home formats of learning and childcare based on your requirements and your child’s learning and childcare needs. Whenever you are ready, we will help you transition from these programs into our in-centre ones or opt for a hybrid model of learning.
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Frequently Asked Questions

The new academic year started on the 4th of April, 2022 and will end on the 31st of March, 2023. The first two months of the academic year will be focused on getting our children settled into a school routine. A strong emphasis will be laid on building a foundation for PPSED, communication, language, logical and analytical skills.

A theme based curriculum will be followed from the month of June.
We normally have a 10-month curriculum calendar. However, going forward starting this year we will have a 12-month curriculum.
We have lost a good part of last year without conducting in-person school and our children are at different levels of learning given the kind of learning formats adopted. Through the early start of the academic year, we hope to make up for the learning lag. This will also help children settle into a school routine and adapt to the adults and peers at the centre.
After the initial two weeks of settling, we will start the lessons with a greater focus on the Physical, Personal, Social and Emotional Development of the child.
The objective of bringing forward the Academic Year is to work closely with the child and the parents in building the learning foundation in line with the needs of AY 2022-2023.
We will be conducting a baseline evaluation of the child to understand their current learning levels and work on an individual learning plan to be collectively implemented at school and home. This will help the child bridge the learning gap as much as possible (this may vary from child to child, depending on their learning pace etc).
We will also work on concept building in all the learning domains reiterating foundational skills in literacy and numeracy along with the Physical, Personal Social and Emotional development of the child. 
You can admit your child in June if you have prior commitments in the month of April and May. We will revise the concepts taught during these months for the benefit of children who join in June.
Yes, you can opt for our online learning program. However, you would have to enrol separately for Learn@home with a fee of Rs. 7999/- per month. Do rest assured though that, even if you begin in June, all the concepts will be revised again.
This year there will be no formal break during summer since the objective is to support the child in bridging the learning gaps as much as possible and to also work on the child’s specific learning needs.
Yes. Our academic year is going to start from the first week of April every year going forward. We will follow a 12-month curriculum instead of a 10 month calendar with a short break in May (only for next academic year).
We have re-opened many of our preschool and daycare operations across all our cities, pan India. We plan to open the remaining in the next couple of months. To know more about our preschool and daycare programs, do walk into a centre closest to you or talk to us on 76767 08888.

Click here to know more about the centres that have opened up across the country.
The reopening of our centres has been planned as per the below parameters.

Age groups: We will reopen for all age groups together – infants will however, have their designated space.  We may also look at staggering the timings of entry and exit to avoid crowding at the entry area/reception. We may also conduct mixed group sessions for better peer (social) interaction depending upon the attendance. We will also watch if the Ministry of Women and Child imposes any restriction on the operations of day care facilities as childcare as a service falls under this ministry.

Class strength: The number of children per class depends on the capacity per centre mandated by the Government. This is likely to be around 50% – 75% of total capacity to begin with.

Class duration: Initially, for the first two weeks (settling period), we will restrict classes to a shorter duration – between 1 to 2 hours depending on the age. We will slowly increase it according to the comfort level of the children.  
We have worked day and night to ensure that we leave no stone unturned when it comes to the safety of the child. For one the teachers and staff who will be caring for your little ones in the centre are fully vaccinated. We will also follow a comprehensive 3 pronged approach to health and safety covering – Centre and Staff Hygiene, Child Safety and Parent Protocols  

Click here to read about our safety measures to make sure your little ones are always safe and happy at the centre. You can also watch this video for complete details.
Once children return, they will go through KLAY’s intensive 2-week settling program to help them transition from home to school smoothly. Focussing on PSED – Personal Social and Emotional Development – of the child, the activities will be built to give children an opportunity to self-express, gain confidence, and practice mindfulness.
We strongly believe that the parent’s state of mind is an important contributor to how well the children settle. We have implemented mandatory Child Personal Record meetings for the parent to meet one-on-one with our curriculum experts so they have the right mind-set and tools required to help manage the transition. In addition, parents have access to KLAY’s Parent Support Helpline in case they want to discuss their apprehensions/fears.
The health and hygiene of your little one is and has always been of utmost priority to us. Our safety protocols have become even more stringent in the new normal and are based on CDC guidelines, international standards followed in preschools across the world and recommendations from our parent community. Do rest assured that we will do what it takes to ensure that we create for your little one a happy, healthy and safe place at KLAY.

Click here to read about our safety measures to make sure your little ones are always safe and happy at the centre. You can also watch this video for complete details.
If your child is an infant and you are feeding your child, we have made arrangements for the parent to feed the child in a room that is separate from the rest of the children to reduce exposure. Parents will be able to know more on this during the centre tour/ or via a conversation with our centre directors. Please reach out to your centre director in case you would like to know more about the process.
Yes, our online preschool classes and at home programs will run simultaneously with the in-centre classes. You can choose one or a hybrid of two formats as per your convenience or work schedule. We, however, recommend that you include physical classrooms as part of the plan as children in the early years (below 6 years) learn best in the company of other children and through play. Social interaction is extremely critical for their all-round development. 
Parents can choose a combination of two formats from the online, at home and in centre programs. The week will be split into 3 days of one format and 2 days of another. Parents can choose a combination basis their convenience of work from home and office schedules. That said, the child will be exposed to two different routines, two different learning environments and teachers, which the child will take some time to adapt and settle. Please expect overlapping of concepts in the hybrid models. However, under these circumstances our focus is more on PSED (physical, personal, social and emotional development) of children at the centres, which was missed out during the pandemic. Talk to your Centre Director to know more about our hybrid models.

Ofcourse, we will have both our online and in-person programs running simultaneously even after centres reopen. Parents will also have the flexibility to choose a hybrid model. 

Yes, as mentioned in the previous response, our in-person programs will be available to use. Parent can choose between our Teacher@Home, Edukarer@Home or Nanny@Home services as per their unique needs and requirements.
This will depend on the capacity per centre mandated by the Government (likely to be 50% – 75% of total capacity). In case your child is unable to join the nearest centre, we can check at another centre which has spare capacity.
Yes, you can opt for a hybrid model, or emergency care, wherein parents can opt few days at center and the rest at home. However, for better planning, we would keep the days fixed with respect to pre-schooling. We request you to get in touch with your Centre Director to discuss the days.
No, it will not be compulsory. We will leave it to the parent’s discretion when it comes to choosing the format of learning – in centre/online/in-person at home – but we recommend children learn at our centres to make the best of our in-centre learning environment and the benefits of social interaction.
Yes, definitely. Please get in touch with your centre directors and they will ensure you find a seat close to your new location. However, please bear in mind that this also depends on the capacity of the centre. If your closest centre is already full, we can look at the next best option.
The KLAY after-school program will be the same as it was before. This program will also include a settling period of two weeks during which the children will come in for a shorter duration of time.
The process varies if you are a new parent who is securing a seat versus an existing parent who is looking to get promoted to the next level. You will receive a separate communication from us on the process to block a seat for your child in a centre of your preference.
You will be charged only for the format of learning that you would opt for your child. In case of exigencies, if the centre needs to shut or the child is unwell and cannot come to the centre, you can always opt for the online learning option for your child for that period, without any extra fee.
The annual fee for the year needs to be paid, apart from the monthly tuition fee. This is same as before. There is no separate renewal fee.
If you have moved cities, you can opt for a transfer within the KLAY centres.
If you are looking to withdraw your child from KLAY, yes, your fee will be refunded. If you wish to continue with us, it will be adjusted with the fee of the program of your choice. Your Centre Director will reach out to you with further details.
If you are opting for an in-centre admission, it will be regarded as a separate program and we need to do the enrolment process again. You can block your seat here. If you are already part of the KARE@Home program and you wish to continue, you can do that as well.
There would be different options available under the Hybrid learning model. It will not be the sum total of the fees of the two programs, if you are choosing a hybrid of two formats. It will be a hybrid fee model and you will definitely not be paying twice. You will hear from us shortly about the hybrid programs and the associated fees.
We have chalked out detailed emergency response mechanisms in case a staff member or a child develops symptoms or is tested positive.

If child/staff shows symptoms
  • Isolation in sick room till parent arrival.
  • Evaluate situation for 3 days
  • If symptoms don’t persist, centre to be operational after deep cleaning
If child/staff is tested positive
  • Isolation in sick room till parent arrival
  • Home isolation and COVID test if symptoms persist
  • Centre closure for stipulated days (based on no. of cases)
  • Disinfection of centre by pest control agency
Kindly refer to our comprehensive brochure for complete details
Yes, all our teachers and staff are fully vaccinated.
Yes, our staff will wear masks at all times. All support staff will wear freshly washed aprons and teachers will wear clean waistcoats at all times. Kitchen, housekeeping and security staff will wear caps, protective gear and gloves at all times.
We will decide basis the travel history and the State Government guidelines on testing prior/post travel for this. It is always better to err on the side of caution, and so we recommend that parents self-isolate for 14 days post travel and monitor themselves and their children for any symptoms before sending them to school.
While we know that it is difficult to get our children to sit in one place and maintain a distance from their friends, it is our endeavour to implement adequate measures so children follow physical distancing rules to their best possible ability, while at the centre. Demarcated spots for each child, reduced class strength, rearrangement of furniture and staggering of activities will be implemented to ensure physical distancing.
Yes, CCTVs will be available for recording at the centre and will be made available to parents in a phased out manner, to monitor their child while they are in school.
Yes, the temperature of the immediate family staying in the same house as that of the child will need to be recorded on the KLAY Kommunity app.
Our centres are equipped with Microwaves and if parents are OK, heating food prior to serving can be done by the staff. All support staff will be using PPE’s – Mask, gloves, head cap, aprons etc. as a precautionary measure. Alternately, we suggest dropping off the lunch just before mealtime. In any case, opening our kitchens considering the current circumstances is a risk we must not take.
Once children return, they will go through KLAY’s intensive 2-week settling program to help them transition from home to school smoothly. Focusing on PSED – Personal Social and Emotional Development – of the child, activities are built to give children an opportunity to self-express, gain confidence, and practice mindfulness. We strongly believe that the parent’s state of mind is an important contributor to how well the children settle. We have implemented mandatory CPR meetings for the parent to meet one-on-one with our curriculum expert so they have the right mindset and tools required to help manage the transition. In addition, parents have access to KLAY’s Parent Support Helpline in case they want to discuss their apprehensions/fears.

If the child is an infant, we are making arrangements for the parent to feed the child in a room that is separate from the rest of the children to reduce exposure. Parents will be able to know more on this during the centre tour/ or via a conversation with our centre directors.
We will follow the State guidelines of age criteria while determining which class your child will go to. In case your child has had no formal learning intervention in the last year, we will recommend going through the missed class, considering their holistic development. Please talk to your CDs and request to speak to our curriculum experts to discuss this in detail.
Having a fixed routine of classes through the week will help the child settle better. Having the parent over the weekend and again in the normal school environment through the week will confuse the child. We recommend the child going through our planned classes through the week so they can get used to the new environment better.
We currently have three learning formats available – in-centre, online and in-person at home and two care formats available – in-centre and in-person at home.

Kindly go through the detailed information on the respective pages on our website. We now also offer hybrid learning models which you can opt for along with the in-centre program.
Owing to COVID-19, most of our contracts are either active OR on hold, however our corporate SPOCs have been very responsive with regards to parents seeking admissions whenever we have reached out. Please do get in touch with us on IVR or respective Centre Director for us to determine this on a case to-case basis.
We understand the concern, and offer a hybrid model where the child can take up at-home learning models on the days they are at home. Do contact your centre directors to understand the centre open nearest to you and we should be able to accommodate your child basis the availability.
Absolutely! We will just need to check if the corporate tie-up allows for the flexibility, else we are happy to speak to your company and facilitate the same. Please do get in touch with the respective centre director and/ KA manager for further details. In the interest of the child settling, we recommend you don’t change the centres from time-to-time once the child has been admitted.
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