I understand how important this decision is for you as a parent when you look for the best way to open new doors and windows to your child’s world. At NURTURE, each child feels safe, secure respected and loved in a “home away from home” environment. In such an environment children become confident, creative, calm, purposeful, independent and above all HAPPY. I want each of my children to love to come to school. Every year my children motivate me to challenge myself and broaden my own body of knowledge so as to bring more diversity and depth into the curriculum. As an educator, it is my firm belief that we are learners first and it is with this spirit and mindset that we keep evolving and growing ourselves. It is also with this attitude that we strive to “nurture happy and lifelong learners”. It is our constant endeavor to keep sharing with you through various forums – online as well as in person, the growth and development of your child and at the same time it is our expectation that we have your full support and participation at every step. Each of our children’s’ smile is a motivation for us and on behalf of the whole team at NURTURE, it is my promise that we will do our best to keep giving you our best.
Founder, Nurture Preschool
Children start to explore the world around them as soon as they are born. At Nurture, the play group curriculum enables children to continue their exploration. Early experiences in the first few years of life are critical for acquisition of skills as maximum brain development happens during this period. The objective of the program is to train parents to help them foster their child’s development by learning and practicing child development through a scientific approach. This program will foster social, aesthetic and motor skills in young children.
Quality education in the early years of preschool sets a firm foundation in the overall development of a child. At Nurture, the nursery curriculum provides a right array of activities to help children move towards achieving their early learning goals. In Pre-K, children are engaged in school readiness activities such as reading, writing, counting, number recognition and problem-solving in a fun-filled but purposeful manner. Children are encouraged to corroborate their learning through collaborative activities in the areas of dramatics, science, and arts.
The transition from preschool to primary school is a crucial time of change for both children as well as their parents.This level concentrates on developing further social skills while introducing Kindergarten activities in a fun, exciting and developmentally appropriate way.
K-2 program children for the next level of socio-emotional development and academic, social, and physical skills. The levels of facilitating, learning, and participation are higher. We help them master reading and writing long and short vowels, blending, digraphs, rhyming, and comprehension. Designed for 5-6 years old, the Ready to Fly II program children for formal schooling, Develops excellent reading skills through an emphasis on consonant blend sounds. Children are introduced to 'Addition' & 'Subtraction' with the help of the concept 'One Less' & 'One More', ascending and descending and ordinal and cardinal numbers.
Research based scientifically structured curriculum focused on holistic development as per age appropriate developmental milestones for early child care. The Curriculum is revised every 2 years keeping abreast to the new research in ECCE.
Nurture houses puppet theater, well stocked board games, audio-visual facilities and a multimedia library stacked with CDs and over 1000 books all sourced from various places. Not to miss the props, building blocks and art and craft material for your child to work and play with!
All child friendly (no spicy) meals prepared In-House by the cook in the hygienic and clean kitchen just like home.
Our classrooms are always a hub of activity. The programs are picked according to the age and development needs of children. They include story telling, music and movement classes, sand play, art and craft classes, outdoor activities and key learning skills such as reading, writing, speaking and listening.