The Kindergarten Programme inculcates in children the qualities of curiosity, exploration and discovery in a fun-filled, safe and happy learning environment. An individualised approach helps nurture a love of learning; develop social skills and instill moral values. The emphasis is on developing in students-self confidence and the ability to effectively communicate in English as well as in their mother tongue. Teachers ensure this through effective use of language and by encouraging children to express themselves freely.A well-balanced curriculum and theme-based instruction help the young minds integrate their learning smoothly. The emphasis is on exploring, knowing, understanding and forming their own ideas. The principles of learning applied in Kindergarten include Holistic Development and Learning (Aesthetics and Creative Expression, Language and Literacy, Numeracy, Self and Social Awareness); and Learning through Play. The curriculum prepares children for a smooth transition to a more formal Primary curriculum.The Kindergarten Programme makes use of a range of individual and group activities that create a lively and positive learning environment. Games, songs, creative projects, story-telling, role-playing, drawing and painting help develop children's foundational skills in literacy and numeracy. They are encouraged to play, explore and discover through dance, music, art and craft. Singing, rhyming and reciting are employed in the Language Arts and the Phonics Programme. The use of manipulatives, pictures and symbols help them identify relationships between sets and groups of things to be sorted, counted, shared and represented. Sports and interactions with sports teachers help in strengthening coordination and motor skills and instill enthusiasm for sports. Picnics and field trips enhance students' understanding of their surroundings. Celebration of festivals sensitises them to multiple traditions and cultures.
The pre-primary students have no formal assessment. The student’s performance and progress is gauged using formative tools which are informal and ungraded. This style of assessment helps the teacher to guide the student as well as help parents to understand the child’s performance.