Summer Camp

Fun filled Activities

  • Puppet Making.
  • Story Sessions.
  • Cooking without Fire.
  • Sand Play.
  • Clay Making.
  • Arts Craft.
  • Candle Making.
  • Pottery.
  • Puppet Show.
  • Fun with Papper
  • Note:- Summer School fees is not includeed in the tution.

    Class Room

    we believe that children need space to grow and develop in and our large, free flowing classrooms enable children to do just that. As well as featuring key areas of learning and banks of accessible resources, our children have ample rest and quiet areas with adjoining pantries, en-suite bathroom facilities and immediate access to the gardens.

    Activity Room

    In the early years of life, children are interested and curious about everything around them.
    where children can paint, use chalk and select various materials to cut, stick and paint and develop their own creative ideas, including junk modeling.

    Playing Area

    when the temperatures soar, our children have extensive indoor play spaces to climb, run, jump and crawl through..

    Outdoor Fun

    Each of our facilities has safety-certified playgrounds that allow separate space for Infants/Toddlers, Little Senators, Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten classes. All playing areas have exceptional playground equipment.

    Splash Pool

    it’s not just for cooling down but helps to build your child’s confidence and self-esteem too. Our water confidence programmes help your little ones develop resilience and stamina.

    Sandpit Activity

    Children have always been intrigued by sand. Sand is a foundational part of the ground in the same way that dirt or clay is, making it available to children for centuries. Before the arrival of the toys and electronics of today’s society, children were forced to find creative methods to play with the outdoor materials found all around them, including sand. Children have played in sand by digging, sifting, building, pouring, and exploring throughout time, and they should be encouraged to continue this method of play. Sand is very well-suited to the urge to explore and to the imagination inherent in young children.