Bear Care, the Maple Bear infant program, recognizes that the infant is a capable and active learner. The infant does not need to be “taught” lessons or content. The infant is respected as an already very competent learner, and is allowed, and encouraged, to explore, play, discover and practice in ways, and on a schedule, that best fits his or her emerging abilities, interests and skills.
Our nursery program provides a rich classroom environment where children are encouraged to explore and are challenged to learn. Your children will make new friends and develop self-confidence as they strengthen their cognitive skills. Observe your child demonstrate new learning and thrive in our stimulating classroom environment- while having fun!
Lower Kindergarten or JKG is a critical time for children, as it is here that they begin an adventure of a lifetime of learning. Every day, your child is learning and experiencing more, which is why our program is designed to constantly challenge. Our caring, experienced teachers are dedicated to providing a rich and nurturing environment that will prepare your child for Kindergarten.
Programs at Maple Bear Dwarka school is defined by the practical application of sensory-based and self-directed through conceptual learning. From the beginning, our experienced teachers prepare children to be focused, independent, and innovative learners, as well as responsible, respectful, and mindful individuals.
At Maple Bear we ensure the children travel safely to and fro from the school. In addition, we provide stress-free pickup notifications for all our children using the school transport. Cab services are available for upto 7 kms within the school radius. Parents are also notified about whom has the child being received by at the Drop point. Parents can track the Cab through the app
Maple Bear is unique because it is based on immersion learning which is different from more traditional language instruction. Maple Bear stands out among other immersion and language programs because its system is proven in 20 different countries. When is the best time to start a bilingual education? The research is clear, the younger the better. There is a definite window of opportunity when learning languages is the easiest.