Where little learners take giant leaps!

Social and emotional learning

To raise competent, mindful individuals, we highly emphasise social and emotional development. Key life skills, including empathy, resilience, and effective communication, are developed in students.

Hands-on learning

Our curriculum focuses on experiential learning to encourage student participation and develop effective abilities. This helps students understand complex concepts and apply knowledge efficiently.

Extracurricular activities

Extracurricular activities enrich our students' learning experiences by developing skills and interests beyond the classroom. Our programs foster leadership, teamwork, and personal growth

Interactive learning

Education in our classes is dynamic and interesting because of interactive learning. Students actively participate and improve their memory of the material through discussions, activities, and technology.

Collaborative learning

Our teaching approach is based on collaborative learning, which fosters shared knowledge and teamwork. Students improve their communication and problem-solving abilities by collaborating on projects.

Holistic approach

Our holistic approach ensures comprehensive development by addressing academic, physical, and emotional growth. We aim to create balanced individuals who are prepared for life's challenges.

Grandparents Day

Our students share joyous moments and create lasting memories with their beloved grandparents, celebrating family bonds and the wisdom passed down through generations at our Grandparents Day events.

Iqbal Day

Our students develop critical thinking, communication skills, and cultural appreciation through events honoring patriotic figures and significant national occasions, instilling a deep sense of patriotism and pride in their country’s heritage.

Giggle Town Field Trip

Our early years students explore nature’s wonders and community treasures on enriching field trips, nurturing their curiosity and fostering teamwork as they discover the world around them.