The Wonder Years Preschool, Kindergarten & Daycare
Play. Learn. Grow
For ages 6months and above, Our Infant Program is committed to making the first transition away from home natural and easy for both you and your child. In our calm and secure environment our teachers will spend ample amounts of time rocking, cuddling, talking, singing and engaging with your little one. Through thoughtful efforts they will turn ordinary caregiving routines into teachable moments, based on individual needs and developmental level, following a curriculum designed for even our youngest learners. We are committed to providing positive environments which stimulate brain development, so infants have plenty of opportunities to develop their motor skills and explore with all their senses.
We follow a 1:3 adult to child ratio.
For ages 1 to 2, our Toddler program is specifically tailored to the needs of your busy toddler. We lovingly nurture your child through important early milestones, from “self-help” learning skills such as hand washing and putting away their toys, to socializing and forming first friendships. We continue to teach and use cue words and actions as a form of communication through actions while our toddlers further develop their verbal language skills. And, as in all our programs, we make learning fun! Our aim is to make our children as independent and confident as possible. We pride ourselves on the love and care that we provide to our children, as close to a parent's care as it can possibly get.
We follow a 1:5 adult to child ratio.
For ages 2 to 3.5 years, we have developed a happy, safe environment that makes learning fun and builds confidence, instilling a love of learning in each child. Our Preschool program is designed to stimulate your child’s curiosity and train him or her to learn effectively and confidently. Our specialized preschool curriculum uses rhymes, stories and hands-on activities to encourage those first steps toward building the foundational skills for reading, writing, math, and science. Social awareness is also an important stage of development for children at this age. We encourage our preschoolers to respect and be kind and considerate of others, to listen and to follow instructions.
We follow a 1:10 teacher to child ratio.
For ages 3.5 to 6 years, we build confidence and independence through individualised instruction in our Kindergarten program preparing our children for future schooling and beyond. Our program is designed specifically to ensure students are ready to thrive in Kindergarten and beyond. We do everything we can to set children up for a bright future with unlimited possibilities so they can lead an adventurous and fun life. The program is designed to help students become more comfortable with the transition into Grade 1.
Our KG curriculum encourages children to ask as many questions as they possibly can. Children learn through questioning things around them and through experiential learning.
We follow a 1:10 teacher to child ratio.
After School Care
The teaching and child development & care philosophy at The Wonder Years Preschools is heavily influenced by world-renowned methodologies such as Montessori, Reggio-Emelia, Waldorf, and Kindergarten while remaining rooted strongly in our social and cultural environment.
What Parents Think
"I remember the words George (kid's George uncle) told me on my first visit to preschool: 'We just create boundaries for children they learn on their own- to share, take turns, let go, aspire for things and move on'. As a mother of a clingy 3 yr old, who has been to other preschools trying to identify the best possible place and tired of listening to only academic merits achievable or the new generation places who boast of psychological development of kids and back off the moment they hear of even speech delay in the prospective wards, George's words seemed sensible. The fact that kids adore their George uncle is the best testimonial to his vision in preschool. One of the best places for those who prefer their kids to be kids at 3 yrs of age."
Dr. Nisha Binoy. Madhav's mum