>> Our Curriculum

It has been proven that maximum growth in learning takes place in the age group of 0-6 years. As such, children coming in to our school already have 1/2 years of learning behind them. They bring with them a host of ideas, suggestions, views and strengths. We believe in assimilating these experiences and knowledge bank of the child with our education system, so that, the child can easily adapt him/herself to the new learning process. Accordingly, the children are an integral part of our planning process. Their pre-knowledge forms the starting point of all planning. In a group of 20 to 22 children we thus have a bank of knowledge, abilities, views and strengths.

Based on proven and peer reviewed concepts that include and incorporate play, enquiry and objective based learning styles, The Nurtuary, curriculum is an amalgam of all possible successful approaches including traditional and new age learning methods. The curriculum is evolving and progressive.

The Nurtuary is a member of International Preschool Curriculum (IPC), a globally recognized, provider of objective and well researched curriculum that meets the standards set by accreditation agencies around the world.

The Nurtuary's teaching program and activities revolve around six domains of child development involving:
• Language
• Cognitive
• Fine Motor
• Gross Motor
• Socio-Emotional
• Personal Awareness

Language involves introduction of pre-reading and writing skills which gradually advances to reading and writing. Speaking and listening skills are honed through individual interaction, storytelling, singing and recitation of nursery rhymes and poems.

To satiate the curiosity and inquisitiveness of the child's mind, there is a gamut of logical reasoning and mental activities ranging from comparing, sorting, matching, sequencing, counting, ordering, patterns, shapes and solving puzzles and mazes.

Fine Motor
Fine motor activities, aimed at improving pincer grip & wrist manipulation, involve progressing from scribbling to colouring with crayons. Other activities in this area may include tearing and pasting, paper folding, finger printing, paper cutting, beading and practicing buttoning and unbuttoning on buttoning boards, lacing on lacing boards etc.

Gross Motor
For development of larger muscles of the body, eye-hand co-ordination and balancing skills, gross motor activities advance from doing simple exercises to running, hopping, throwing, kicking, bouncing and dancing.

Socio-Emotional and Personal Awareness
Socio-emotional and personal awareness activities aim at fostering cooperative play among children and inculcating sharing habits. We endeavour to make them confident and independent individuals through activities like role play, pretend play, stage presentations, making them understand basic safety measures, teaching eating habits and other life skills.

The above mentioned domains of development are prevalent at all levels. However, with each class graduation, the level of complexity increases.


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We are very thankful to you, The Nurtuary! Teachers are very kind and cooperative with children. Children learn & are happy in school.

Shaurya likes the extra co-curricular activities and loves outings arranged by the school.

It is nice to hear from kids at home about the things they learn in school. Thanks for the effort put in by the teachers .

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Our Alliances

Life Member of Early Childhood Association

Partner with Edusports for Gross motor development

Certified member of International Preschool Curriculum USA