At Toddler Creed we take a holistic approach towards child development and our integrated programs are designed to focus on four spheres of child development – Physical, Intellectual, Emotional, and Social (PIES). Our teaching philosophy at Toddler Creed rests on following principles:

  • Nurturing an “IQ” is important, however, building an “I Can” attitude in children is even more so. There is enough empirical evidence to suggest that confidence and can-do attitude contribute more towards success in later life than high IQ alone.
  • Every child should run his or her own race. Being aware of competition is important, but we believe that true development happens by constant improvement over former self. Our activities are designed to encourage children to develop their skills in a relaxed, collaborative environment.

At Toddler Creed, we go beyond the routine activity centre attitude to observe the child’s inherent interests and areas that need to be enhanced and then enrols the child for that particular activity. We also arrange for counselling sessions by a child psychologist and clarify doubts and concerns of parents.

Any development takes place at 3 levels – cognitive, affective and psychomotor. Cognitive is intellectual development, affective is emotional and social development, and psychomotor is physical skills development. Here at Toddler Creed, we focus on developing these 3 domains rather than developing a particular skill. Thus for the development of child’s emotional sphere, multiple related activities such as drawing, painting, craft and clay will be carried out at the same time. Instead of forcing to take up any activity, children will be able to choose one that allows them to express most effectively.

We have designed this state-of-the-art facility, a toy house and an activity centre, which will engage children into exploring new things and promote their holistic development. We welcome you to explore the wondrous world of Toddler Creed.

At Toddler Creed we take a holistic approach towards child development and our integrated programs are designed to focus on four spheres of child development – Physical, Intellectual, Emotional, and Social (PIES). Our teaching philosophy at Toddler Creed rests on following principles:

– Nurturing an “IQ” is important, however, building an “I Can” attitude in children is even more so. There is enough empirical evidence to suggest that confidence and can-do attitude contribute more towards success in later life than high IQ alone.

– Every child should run his or her own race. Being aware of competition is important, but we believe that true development happens by constant improvement over former self.” Our activities are designed to encourage children to develop their skills in a relaxed, collaborative environment.

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Physical Activity

Social Activity

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Our classrooms are designed to stimulate integrated, hands-on learning and develop each student’s capabilities to the fullest. At every age, children initiate projects and activities, collaborate with classmates and take full advantage of the many learning materials and lessons offered to them.

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This is an awesome place for kids. It is nice to see my kid to learn so many new things while having fun among other kids. I have observed the transformation of my daughter as she has enhanced her mental abilities while at Toddler Creed”

– DINESH RAJPUT (Father of Khyati)

 

My daughter Anisha learnt tremendously at Toddler Creed without being conscious of learning. The teachers left no stone unturned to keep the kids in a cheerful and playful mood”

– SIMRAN JOTWANI, (Mother of Anisha)

 

Our Results Speak for themsleves!

Our school is a peaceful and harmonious place where real learning at the child’s own pace and at our school we foster our children, an attitude of strength and self-reliance

HAPPY TEACHERS
HAPPY CHILDREN
HAPPY PARENTS

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