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KLAY's Preschool Program is designed based on the fundamental understanding that a child's brain undergoes extraordinary development in the first six years of life. KLAY helps your child embark on the journey of lifelong learning and lays a solid foundation for academic and social development. The focus of the KLAY Preschool program is to instill independent learning, creative thinking and excellent communication skills to arm your children to succeed in tomorrow’s world.
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.
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.
Ira spent a fairly large part of her toddler years at KLAY, Yemalur. She didn’t just go to school there, she built a separate family for herself. The love and care that she received at KLAY is irreplaceable – the staff is incredibly warm, knows each and every child really well, and provides a very nourishing environment to the kids who attend KLAY.
I am completely in love with KLAY, Vikhroli West. The teachers, didi’s and all the staff are very supportive and loving towards the children. They give each child personal attention and all the activities are very well planned and communicated to parents.
A home away from home for my child. Out of the numerous things a mother worries for her child, there are two things that stand out: that she eats well and sleeps well. The team at KLAY DLF4 has ensured this and taken utmost care of my daughter.
Tanya has settled well into her mainstream school and I would like to definitely credit the immense contribution of KLAY in preparing her for this. I noticed that Tanya had become more curious and imaginative while doing all her activities in school.
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.