Pre School

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Pre School

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Footprints Pre School program offers opportunities for children to explore and learn through a carefully designed methodology of the HighScope Curriculum called “active participatory learning”. This enables our young learners to achieve overall growth and development. Our preschool programs are engineered to help the children to explore and celebrate their learning abilities. Our trained staff support children to develop necessary skills in a safe, healthy and nurturing environment to seamlessly learn and grow.

Timing : 9 AM to 12:30 PM (Day care also available)


9-18 months

1:5 Adult Child Ratio

Play group

19-30 months

1:8 Adult Child Ratio

Pre nursery

31-42 months

1:10 Adult Child Ratio


43-54 months

1:10 Adult Child Ratio


55-66 months

1:10 Adult Child Ratio

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HighScope classrooms follow a predictable sequence of events known as the daily routine. This provides a structure within which children can make choices, follow their interests, and develop their abilities in each content area.

Choice Time
  • Giving choices to children always helps in honing their decision-making skills.
  • At this time of the day children are given both, the choice and the apt material to choose from and play with.
  • Children focus on the what they can create and how they can use their skills to transform a simple teaching aid or a toy into a new invention.
  • This is the time of the day we can observe children creating empty carton boxes into farms and old clothes into robes.
Small Group Time
  • To identify the individual strengths and challenges, a small group is a prerequisite for being child-centric.
  • Here, children gather in small group and interact with the teachers while they are being closely observed and scaffolded to do the activities.
  • This time of the day provides the child a safe space to communicate and express what they hold back due to inhibitions in a larger setting.
  • The activities here range from tracing letters, playing number games, solving puzzles etc.
Large Group Times
  • Children learn the principles of participating in a team and building communities best in a large group setting.
  • Here, children gather in a large group with their classmates and teachers to engage in different activities.
  • From taking turns, to taking lead and synchronizing with the team, here children build upon their social skills.
  • The activities here range from music, group recitals, dance to story narrations, puppet shows and much more.
Outside Times
  • Children learn best when exposed to environment and physically evolve beyond the walls of the classroom.
  • Given to the weather, children along with the teachers spend around 30 mins each day in the outdoor area.
  • Here, children not only get to observe nature but also the most important lessons of life are learnt here like climate, sun, clouds etc.
  • Children can be observed here, engaged in different physical activities along with honing their senses.
Transition Times
  • This time of the day helps in creating a scheduled routine for the children. With a consistent daily routine child know what is going to take place next.
  • Transitions are the gaps between other blocks of the day, like arrival to choose time or outdoor to small group time.
  • Whenever possible, children are given choices on how to make the transition. For example, they may choose how to move across the floor on their way to small-group time.
Eating Times
  • Meals and snacks allow children to enjoy eating healthy food in a supportive social setting.
  • Rest is for quiet, solitary activities.
  • Children can be observed reading, engaging in self play during this time if they choose to not sleep.