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 Accepting Applications for Next Year


We support children from age group of six months to six years.

Programs we offer:

  • Baby and I program

  • Independent Toddler Program 

  • Playgroup 

  • Pre-K | K1 | K2  

  • Preschooling and care

  • After school program

  • Back-up Care

P.S- Kindly download the admission form and mail it to

For more information call

+91 99023 81610

+91 9880002636


  • What curriculumn do you use?
    We follow an intergarted and play way method of learning for children. These are research-based and developmentally appropriate for children ages 2 to 5. Building relationships with families and children is the foundation of our curriculum. The classroom environment is set up with a variety of interest areas and children spend a significant portion of their day learning through play.
  • What is Homeschooling
    An exclusive one-on-one home tutoring for your preschoolers. This program is designed for working parents who can opt for experienced teachers to come home and assist your child. This is a child led home based education, customised the curriculum and learning environment for each child. Use of pedagogical approaches other than typical schooling methods enhances, provides guided and reasoned way of learning.
  • How do we register for homeschooling?
    1. You can call us or submit your details on our site 2. Educator will come home and assist the child 3. Class duration from 2 hours to 4 fours depending on agegroup 4. Classes will be conducted five days a week 5. Language, Art, Music and Movement, Literacy, Math and Science will be a part of learning 6. We will document the child's progress and interaction 7. Schedule will be shared on mail to parents 8. Daily update to the parents regarding the class
  • How will I know what kind of day my child had?
    Electronic notes are emailed to parents on a daily basis. These daily notes include information such as: mood of child, books read, music and dance, diapering and potty schedule, activities, outdoor play time, etc… Pictures and even videos are sent to parents!!
  • Is there a Transition Period for my child?  How do parents handle Separation Anxiety?
    The first few days of school are known as “Phase-In.” During a transition period children will meet their new teachers and classmates, and are gradually familiarized with school and classroom routines. Parents or guardians will receive a specific schedule for your child's transition. If you are in doubt as to whether you should leave the classroom ask your child’s teacher. One parent is expected to be available for portions of Phase-In to meet their children’s teachers and to fill out appropriate forms. The length of time it takes before your child attends a full schedule will depend on the age and the individual child. Children are all unique. Never try to sneak out while your child is engaged in an activity. Always give a kiss or hug and say “goodbye” and most importantly, always say that you’re coming back. Teachers and Director are available to help any child who is having a particularly tough transition and teachers will provide necessary feedback to parents during the process. Separation anxiety is a normal developmental stage where children experience anxiety when they are separated from their parent. Separation is a process. Some children have no separation anxiety and some children experience anxiety for several weeks. It is important to comfort the child and let them know it is okay to cry or feel upset. Teachers manage separation by utilizing proven strategies to lessen the unknown, such as classroom visitation, consistent schedules and routines, bringing familiar items from home, and creating a open and honest communication with parents.
  • What is the Teacher Student Ratio?
    All classrooms have a qualified early childhood educator leading the class and an experienced assistant teacher. In addition to these two primary teachers, we have floaters that “float” from classroom to classroom when there is a need for additional help. 1.With younger children from age group of 6 months to 2 years, we provide 1:3 adult student ratio 2. With older children from age group of 3 to 6 years, we provide 1:5 adult student ratio.
  • How do you select teachers?
    At Knowledge Origin we run a campaign "Passion before Profession" this is an initiative for all educators to come together and share best practices in early years education. All our educators are graduates and certified in early childhood education, we also recruit based on work experience in the same field. Our teachers have the energy, intellect, and charisma that take children on a magical and challenging voyage of discovery. Our teachers are well-educated and nurturing people who respect the children’s need for security while encouraging autonomy.
  • What is your Discipline Policy?
    Discipline is a process of learning self-control, respect for others, and responsibility. Positive methods of discipline will be practiced at all times so children are aware of an acceptable code of conduct at school. Efforts to help students understand behaviors that are allowed, accepted, and encouraged (including individual charts, plans, and contracts) will be used. Other stop-and-think strategies that lead to positive results through positive reinforcement, good role modeling and redirection will also be used. For any on-going issues, teachers will communicate with parents so that school and home are working together with a child’s best interests in mind. To help children learn to manage their actions and feelings, teachers will model sharing, waiting, taking turns, solving problems, controlling impulses, and expressing ideas through words.


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