"Tinkerdale", the sweet new name for our school has a deep meaning in it. "Tinkering" as a word has in recent times become highly respected. The act of tinkering (aimlessly fiddling with things) has acquired a new meaning for learning. Yes, we learn by experiencing things: by touch, feel, smell and all other senses and also by throwing, breaking, opening, and other such acts that some might consider destructive. Doing all this purely to destroy will certainly not be useful, but if they are done to explore, understand, rebuild, and improve, you won't find a better teacher than that. That's what we believe in at Tinkerdale. In our tinkering valley (dale), the most important tool is "experiencing". We let children learn on their own, we create situations that will bring new experiences for them, and we cover all aspects of life where experiencing is possible. Objects, such as shapes, textures, and other sensory experiences People, for the social experience of being human Celebrations, to experience our culture Creations, to experience how we can imagine and make things useful and beautiful Places, to find knowledge, peace, happiness, help, support, and so on.
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Frequently asked questions
How can I seek admission at Tinkerdale international Preschool for my child?
To seek admission for your child in Tinkerdale international Preschool, you can contact them on the number provided or by personally visiting them during their working hours from Monday:- 8:00 am - 7:30 pm, Tuesday:- 8:00 am - 7:30 pm, Wednesday:- 8:00 am - 7:30 pm, Thu:- 8:00 am - 7:30 pm, Friday:- 8:00 am - 7:30 pm, Saturday:- 8:00 am - 7:30 pm, Sunday:- Closed.
Which age is best for sending the child to Tinkerdale international Preschool?
Children between the age of 18 months to 5 years attend play school. Kids above 3 and four years start their usual schooling by that age and children below 18 months are can be enrolled for Mom and Toddlers programmes. Tinkerdale international Preschool caters to kids ranging from age group 18 months to 4 years