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It is now established that the early years are a critical period in a child’s life and will shape what the child will be as an adult. 50% of a child’s cognitive development is over by age 5. This is the period when the brain is especially receptive to stimulation and a child that is exposed to speech on a regular basis, exhibits language skills that far exceed those with little verbal stimulation.

Peter Pan Academy caters to this segment of early childhood learning and development. We have a unique curriculum which uses the best of Playway and Montessori methods in a conducive environment for the development of a child’s academic and social skills.

At two plus children are too young for school yet old enough to LEARN. Hence a special ENVIRONMENT is allows the child freedom to explore and learn in a comfortable, spacious and airy surrounding.

The objective of Peter Pan Daycare is to provide a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment where children's growth and happiness are encouraged. Our materials & activities provide children the opportunity to develop important attitudes, appreciation, skills, ideas and habits that are essential for a lifetime of creative thinking and learning.

Performance of the children is not assessed by a system of examination. Their performance is checked on a regular basis and evaluation sheets are maintained and a progress report is issued at the end of the term.

The syllabus is fixed and is so designed to progress with the pace of the child.

Play School
• Age: 1.5 -2.5 years
• 1 dedicated support staff for 10 lil’ ones
• Recognition of alphabets & digits
• Drawing & Coloring
• Craft work
• Picture reading
• Singing
• Rhymes
• Conversation

• Age: 2 ½ yrs to 3 ½ yrs
• 1 Pre School Teacher for 10 lil’ ones
• Handling of Montessori Equipment
• Starting to write
• Drawing & Coloring
• Story telling
• Singing
• Rhymes & Craft work
• Conversation
• Splash pool
• Life perspective stories and character building activities