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Cherub's Cradle, Sector 31, Gurugram

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Cherub's Cradle stands out as one of the premier preschools in Gurgaon, consistently earning commendable ratings and reviews from satisfied parents. Our Gurgaon branch is committed to providing an exceptional environment for our little ones, positioning us as a leading choice among preschools in the vicinity. Conveniently situated for local parents, we have become a top-notch option for those seeking quality preschools near them.At Cherubs Cradle, the objective of education is to empower children to become self-reliant thinkers and achievers, cultivating skills that will enable them to excel in any endeavor. Additionally, our aim is to instill social awareness, nurturing social skills and values that contribute to creating a better world and fostering the development of compassionate and responsible individuals. Choosing the right preschool is a crucial decision for parents, as it goes beyond mere artistic, musical, and playful activities. A quality preschool program goes a step further by setting comprehensive learning objectives and employing a structured approach to achieve these goals, recognizing the uniqueness of each child. Our focus spans various developmental areas, including music, construction, role play, visual art, physical creativity, intellectual growth, language development, practical skills, gross motor skills, problem-solving, decision-making, socio-emotional well-being, fine motor skills, grammar, social skills, and independence. The curriculum at Cherub's Cradle is thoughtfully designed, encompassing a range of experiences, activities, and events to foster children's learning and development. In essence, the curriculum serves as a well-structured plan that addresses vocabulary, science, expression, phenomenology, mathematics, and environmental awareness. We are dedicated to providing a holistic educational experience that nurtures every child's unique potential.
The successful learning experience of a child in school is shaped by four major components:
1) Philosophy: A child who understands their purpose, knows what they want to achieve, and has the tools to do so is a happy and confident learner. Early education is crucial because it aligns with the rapid brain development that occurs during the early years, with 75% of neural connectivity completed by the age of 7. Lack of quality stimulation during this period can significantly impact child development. Therefore, it is essential to expose children to a structured environment that provides appropriate stimuli for learning.
2) Curriculum and Methodology: The curriculum and methodology play a pivotal role in shaping a child's learning experience. The early years (2 to 6) are critical for brain development and learning, making it important to have a curriculum that offers structured and age-appropriate learning experiences. A well-designed curriculum enhances a child's capacity to absorb concepts and learn effectively.
3) Learning Tools: The tools and materials provided to a child are instrumental in their learning journey. These tools should align with the curriculum objectives and the underlying educational philosophy. Each material is carefully designed and manufactured to support the curriculum, ensuring that the learning tools are conducive to the child's developmental needs.
4) Teachers: The educators who facilitate learning are a crucial component. Teachers undergo intensive training not only in the curriculum but also in the educational philosophy and the use of materials. Their role is to weave together the philosophy, curriculum, and learning tools to create a cohesive and effective learning environment.
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Principal Message

Initiating the journey into learning is a pivotal moment, especially for children. Fueled by initiative, guided by curiosity, and propelled by determination, that first step lays the foundation for a lifelong educational adventure. At Cherub's Cradle, we recognize the profound significance of this inaugural stride. It represents a child's introduction to the vast world of knowledge and sets the stage for future successes. We are committed to nurturing a child's intrinsic motivation to explore and learn. Cherub's Cradle becomes the beacon, illuminating the path of learning with unwavering encouragement and tailored guidance. Here, we understand that the initial foray into education is more than just a step; it is a monumental breakthrough for a child. Our role is akin to holding lanterns along the way, ensuring that the learning journey is not only meaningful but also inspiring. The emphasis is not just on taking steps but on taking the right ones, creating a trajectory that propels each child toward their unique narrative of success in the world. In this nurturing environment, we empower children to craft their own golden stories, instilling in them the confidence, knowledge, and skills needed to thrive in the ever-evolving landscape of life. Cherub's Cradle is not just a place of education; it is a launchpad for a child's aspirations, where the first step is not merely a beginning but the inception of a promising journey.

Ms.Shalini

Principal, Cherub's Cradle

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Programs offered
Playgroup (2-3 Years)

Our Preschool Program is designed so that the students spend their days participating in a structured, yet fun curriculum. Some of the daily activities are reading, writing, math, motor skill development, language development, social skill development and physical activities. Children will learn the basic skills that will provide them with the foundation for entry into the Playgroup program.

Nursery (3-4 Years)

In Nursery, 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.

Lkg-(4-5 Years)

The LKG program emphasizes on each child's potential as they grow at their own pace. It also encourages them to serve and be aware of the environment around them. Stress is laid on activities that promote language development, instilling confidence in the children to vocalize their thoughts and feelings about what they see around themselves. Our Mathematical sessions help develop logical thinking, problem-solving, and critical and creative thinking skills to foster accelerated learning.

Ukg (5-6 Years)

The transition from preschool to primary school is a crucial time of change for both children as well as their parents. At Cherub's, the Kindergarten curriculum ensures a smooth transition to formal schooling with meaningful and progressive learning experiences. In addition to age-appropriate activities in Kindergarten, which prepare a child for success in formal school; various other activities are conducted in the areas of language, numbers, general knowledge, music, art in a planned manner throughout the program. The Kindergarten Upper KG program at Cherub's is exclusively designed to teach kids about formal education. The curriculum in this program ensures a smooth transition to formal schooling with meaningful learning and progressive experiences. In addition, we expose our kindergartners to all the necessary pieces of information that they understand and demand about the world. Throughout the program, various other activities are conducted in the areas of language, general knowledge, numbers, art and music in a well-planned manner. While learning, children create opportunities to learn self-control over their lives by choosing decision-making and encouraging independence.

School Features
Learning Modes
Learning Modes

We believe preschool education should give as much exposure as possible to the child in all areas of development. Appropriate stimulus is the key to early learning. Hence, the activities have been designed keeping the child in mind and ensuring there is "directional" play all the time. It would involve ➤ Individual learning with materials ➤ Small group activities in art, language and gross motor skills ➤ Learning through a thematic approach ➤ Occasional support learning through role plays, presentations, story telling, ➤ Reading ➤ Field trips ➤ Project based learning for older children ➤ Cultural celebrations We believe the child's home environment plays a very important role in early learning and shaping the child's personality. Keeping this in mind, we will have several parent feedback sessions and guidelines that can be followed in the house to ensure that the school and home together foster the child's development.

Assessment
Assessment

Development in early years happens at a phenomenal speed and is constantly varying. Hence, assessment in early years has to be a continuous process. We have a system that constantly checks on the child's progress and helps us keep updates and records about the child more efficiently. This helps us share information with parents also on a regular basis. Constant assessment keeps the teachers completely keyed in with the progress of the child which enables us to keep challenging the child and hence we can avoid a situation where the child is bored or has lost

Critical Non Academic Learning
Critical Non Academic Learning

The curriculum provides many opportunities for children to make choices and decisions about their work. Children have the choice to work in small groups/individually depending on their needs at different times. During the course of working through the day, we constantly create opportunities for children to develop their language skills as well as focus on their emotional development. We encourage them to receive help from and offer help to other children, thus inculcating a sense of social awareness. Mixed age grouping also helps them become better learners. We also lay emphasis on creating environmental awareness and help them develop practical skills like cutting, sieving and gardening. We also offer ample activities for development in the areas of art. Physical development is not just about running around or cycling, it is taken very seriously and there are a series of activities that are designed keeping in mind the age and growth of the child.

Cognitive/ Academic Learning
Cognitive/ Academic Learning

In order to meet our curriculum objectives, we take the children through a structured learning program for 4 years, which involves a lot of structured and focused activities. No activity in the school is meaningless or done without a clear cut objective and outcome for the child. In the 2 to 4 years category, we begin with fine motor and practical life skills. English is introduced with phonetics. Mathematics is introduced with materials that help the child comprehend this very abstract area. There are also a variety of activities that aid cognitive development and logical thinking. In the 4 to 6 age group, children are taken through a program that covers fairly complex areas of language, mathematics, geography, history and science in a manner that will help them explore, discover and understand the fundamentals.

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What our parents think about us
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    (4.4 ★) parul ...Parents of Srishti Saini
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    I think this is the best play school I'm Sec 40 and 31. Happy to see my child's progress day by day. One suggestion I want to share that please mention diary ,what is done by students in class. So that we also revise at home.
    (4.6 ★) Rajani Rachna Aharwal ...Parents of Vyom Aharwal
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    (5 ★) Nitin Kumar
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    (4.6 ★) Trupti Ray ...Parents of Nairit Ray
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    (3.8 ★) swati sharma
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    Our current experience with school staff is very good.
    (5 ★) Shikha ...Parents of Mitansh Sood
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    Please open day care also
    (5 ★) Ashish Tripathi ...Parents of Vaishnavi Tripathi
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    (5 ★) Pallavi Gahane ...Parents of Sharvil Hitesh Gahane
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    The principal has very good knowledge and invaluable experience. I feel fortunate to meet her and get my daughter admitted in this school. May be a regular orientation of teachers under principal's guidance and supervision will better facilitate the transfer of knowledge/skills to the students. Also, a security guard at the entrance of the school will give me more peace of mind when my daughter is in the school.
    (4.4 ★) Ashish Verma ...Parents of Yaamya Verma
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    (4 ★) Neha Roy
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    (5 ★) Sushim Kainthola ...Parents of Adriti Kainthola
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