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Little Leaders School



Kindergarten Admissions Performance

India has the second-largest population in the world, and there are 158.7 million children in India, or 16% of the country's total population. Preschool education is becoming increasingly important and in high demand. India is developing into a country with numerous business and investment opportunities. Opening a preschool is an example of a successful investment. The industry of preschool education in India is valued at Rs 8,000 Cr. and is expanding at a rate of 35% per year. Playschool is thus a developing and highly lucrative investment opportunity.

Children must be three years old to enroll in nursery school, four years old to enroll in LKG, and five years old to enroll in UKG, according to the National Education Policy (NEP). This means that before entering Class I at age six, the child must complete a three-year foundation. However, the majority of city schools, particularly pre-schools, still adhere to the previous standards that require children to be 2.5 years old to enroll in nursery school.

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A kindergarten is a school or class that teaches basic skills and social behavior to young children, often between the ages of four and six, to prepare them for the first grade (i.e. primary school). It is the cornerstone for a healthy school life where the child will continue to develop a wide range of skills in including physical, social, emotional, language and literacy, and thinking (cognitive) skills.

Being a parent and starting the kindergarten admissions process can be exciting. During the application season, there is a lot to anticipate and prepare for; making your list of potential schools, writing essays, attending informational sessions, and giving your best effort in interviews are just a few of the many steps. So that schools can decide whom they will admit into their community, it is crucial to present your family in the best possible light.

You may come across various assessments as you submit applications to numerous schools.

Teach your kid the following things:

  • Test his/her Language abilities, both receptive and expressive
  • Answering comprehension questions
  • Creating and labeling a self-portrait or family photo
  • taking part in a veTakeeasoning exercise
  • a picture on the screen to be copied
  • Shapes' names
  • Recognising and finishing patterns
  • Finding rhymes or making them
  • Phonological awareness
  • Responding to questions like:
  • What is your name?
  • What is your age?
  • What day was your birth?
  • Where do you call home?
  • Where do you attend classes?
  • Do you have any relatives?
  • Which ____ is your favorite? (Bible, toy, hue, creature, etc.)
  • Many schools will also schedule an individual assessment with your child in addition to the Thinking and Engagement and First Look Insight tests.

Any parent can find it challenging to watch their child participate in a significant assessment. Although practicing and preparing in advance is the best way to ensure that your child will succeed in this type of evaluation, young children may act in unpredictable ways when they are in unfamiliar situations with unknown adults.


Little Leaders School, a cutting-edge social enterprise with a mission to transform Indian schools, is run under the leadership of Leaders Learning House Pvt. Ltd. Little Leaders assists families in understanding their children and their unique learning styles and works with the parents to comprehend their approach to education and the objectives they have for their kid.