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Little Leaders Play School



1. What is the right age of a child to go to a play school?

The human body and brain develop dynamically in the initial 5 years of the life with the consequent milestones till the age of 12. Typically, Little Leaders Playschool accepts children starting from the ages of 18 months onwards, helping the children to sharpen their observational skills and enhance their learning abilities.

2. How playschools are beneficial?

Play schools can be beneficial for young children as they provide a structured environment for socialization and learning. Children at Little Leaders playschool develop important skills such as communication, cooperation, and problem-solving, and can also prepare them for the transition to formal schooling. We foster a child's emotional and personal growth, giving them the chance to learn in ways that increase their curiosity, and supports their emotional and personal development.

3. How can you evaluate the growth of a child in a play school?

Little Leaders learning program has the clear standards set for measuring and evaluating the progress and performance of the kids. The educators at Little Leaders equally participate in all the development activities to understand the pace and the progress of their wards and to intervene at the right time if needed.The several ways to evaluate the growth of a child in our play school are:
  • Observing the child during play activities: This can provide insight into the child's social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development.
  • Assessing the child's communication and language skills: This can be done through conversations with the child and through observations of their interactions with other children and adults.
  • Measuring the child's physical development: This can be done through assessing the child's height, weight, and fine and gross motor skills.
  • Assessing the child's cognitive development: This can be done through activities such as puzzles, matching games, and other age-appropriate tasks.
  • Parent-teacher conferences: This is a great way to get an overall picture of the child's progress and to discuss any concerns or questions with the child's parents.
  • Recording and tracking of child's progress over time: It can be done through keeping records of the child's progress in various areas, such as communication, motor skills, and cognitive development.

4. What should be the educational philosophy followed by a preschool?

At Little Leaders Playschool the curriculum and activities are tailored to the individual needs and abilities of each child, and should be designed to promote their physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development. Additionally, the philosophy of Little Leaders Playschoolis to prioritize play-based learning, as this is a natural and effective way for young children to learn and explore the world around them. We also promote a positive, nurturing, and inclusive environment where children feel safe and valued.

5. How much parental involvement does a play school expect?

Little Leaders Playschool generally expect a moderate level of parental involvement. This may include regular communication with teachers about the child's progress and participation in school events and activities. Sometimes, we also require parents to volunteer in the classroom or on school committees. Children tend to explore and take risks in their parent’s presence. They seek the appreciation and for their approvals on their performances. Rational parental involvement is needed as per every child’s needs.

6. Is there any emphasis given on speaking to a child in a particular language?

Learners in Little Leaders play school are taught to communicate efficiently and effectively making the best use of the introduced language, mother tongue that is introduced to them much before they enter the premises get nurtured along with English as the primary language of instruction by the educators. Oureducators are generally bilingual and hence every learner eventually learns to communicate effectively in English as well as in their mother tongue.

7. Does preschool offer afterschool activities?

Little Leaders Playschool have the daycare facilities that offers the array of the after-school activities. We have an appropriate regime or plan for the certain number of hours so that learners can be engaged effectively and encourage their inquisitive approach towards the new things.

8. What will the child’s typical day be like in preschool?

A typical day in Little Leaders preschool includes a mix of structured activities such as circle time, free play, snacks, and outdoor time. Circle time typically includes group activities such as singing songs, learning the alphabet, and talking about the weather or the calendar. Free play allows children to explore and use their imagination, with activities such as building with blocks, drawing, and playing with dolls or other toys. Snack time provides an opportunity for children to practice their social skills and learn about healthy eating. Outdoor time allows children to get some exercise and explore the natural world. We also include classes such as art, music, or physical education.

9. What should be the key deciding factor while choosing the playschool?

The key deciding factor while choosing a playschool should be the quality of education and care provided. This includes the qualifications and experience of the teachers, the curriculum and teaching methods used, and the overall safety and cleanliness of the facility. It's also important to consider the location, timings and the fees of the school. Additionally, it would be good to ensure that the school aligns with your parenting style and the educational goals you have for your child.

10. What is better for a kid's development going to play school or providing home-school?

Little Leaders Playschool place a strong emphasis on a complex and multidimensional approach to personality development. We create the groundwork for children's emotional, physical, mental, and social development. Children develop into energetic, talented, and cooperative individual, which benefits their physical stamina and coordination, as well as their communication and social skills, self-worth, and interpersonal relationships. In this way, home-schooled children forego many of the experience’spreschoolers have, particularly cooperative play and teamwork, excitement, and learning motivation.

11. How do you ensure the quality of faculty of the school?

Great care is taken in the way we recruit our teachers - who we believe are the pillars of our school system. We ensure that we select educators with the knowledge & right attitude by putting in place multiple processes for the recruitment of teachers. It involves a deeply self-reflective application form followed by personal and subject interview and class demonstrations. Understanding the best use of technology, interpersonal and communication skills are also key skills of our educators. In order to continuously enhance the skills of the faculty and to keep them abreast with the latest developments in the field of education, regular training workshops are conducted.

12. Does the school provide transport?

The school offers transport through air-conditioned eco vans which ply on all major routes in Ghaziabad. In case of a specific query related to transport, kindly contact us.

13. What is the Admission Process?

You may apply for admissions using this link Admission Application Form. Once the application is submitted, the admission team shall get in touch with you to take the process forward. Alternatively, you can visit the school between 9:00 am – 4:00 pm on any working day.

14. What are the co-curricular activities offered?

Little Leaders Playschool offers a host of co-curricular activities as a part of the curriculum as we believe in an integrated and holistic approach to education. It includes Performing Arts, Visual Arts, and opportunities for participating in activities like Sports, Athletics (track and field events), Yoga, Karate and more. These activities are reviewed every year to ensure we provide relevant opportunities for our students with the rapidly changing and evolving landscape of education and we take care to offer activities that cater to the child’s physical and mental wellness.

15. What is the curriculum overview of the school?

Little Leaders Playschool is a competency- driven, futuristic, learning outcomes oriented, and comprehensive programme that seeks to address the emotional, social, ethical, cognitive, and academic needs of every learner in an integrated learning format.

The Learning Programme essentially focuses on educating the ‘whole’ person, in order to build knowledge, skills, values, attitudes, and dispositions that will develop a compassionate, competent, mindful, happier, and ethical global citizen who is capable of contributing to the community, the society, and the planet.

It is developed to ensure a 360-degree, holistic development of our learners & offers learning benefits that go much beyond books. Its transdisciplinary nature & real-life connection & application makes it a unique programme that equips the learners with 21st-century skills, making them future-ready.

16. What are the safety and security measures at your school?

Little Leaders Playschool have measures in place to ensure the safety and security of the children in their care. These measures may include:
  • Secure entrances and exits: to prevent unauthorized access to the building.
  • CCTV cameras: to monitor the premises and ensure the safety of children
  • Background checks for staff and volunteers: to ensure that those who are working with children have no history of abuse or neglect
  • Emergency response plan: to ensure that staff are prepared to respond quickly and effectively in case of an emergency
  • Child protection policy: To ensure that any incidents of abuse or neglect are reported and handled appropriately.

17. How do you handle if the children are sick or need medication during school hours?

Little Leaders Playschool have policies in place for handling sick students and administering medication during school hours. This may include:
  • Allowing students to carry and self-administer medication, with proper documentation and approval from parents and healthcare providers
  • Designating a staff member as the point person for coordinating medication administration and handling sick students
  • Establishing procedures for isolating and caring for students who become ill at school
  • Communicating with parents and healthcare providers as necessary to ensure the well-being of the student.
We work closely with parents and healthcare providers to ensure that students receive the care they need while at school.

18. Is it compulsory to attend PTM?

Parent-teacher meetings are an important way for parents and teachers to communicate about a child's progress in school. These meetings allow parents to stay informed about their child's academic performance, behavior, and overall well-being in school. Additionally, they provide an opportunity for parents and teachers to discuss any concerns or issues that may be impacting the child's success in school and work together to address them. Attending parent-teacher meetings can also help to build a positive and collaborative relationship between parents and teachers, which can ultimately benefit the child.