Little Learners preschool is ‘A place for children to blossom’. Children, staff and families feel a sense of belonging and find long lasting friendships. Little Learners preschool provides a community place where each member is valued as a unique individual, in a culture of respect. Our teaching stuff is well known for its empathetic, warm, and encouraging learning environment. Little Learners preschool believes that every child has the right to learn, and provide support, assistance, and resources for children who require support.

It has been identified that the early years from 1.5 - 6 yrs are one of the most important time for brain development and learning in a child. It has been proven by experts’ world over repeatedly that the capacity for a child to absorb concepts and learning is the highest during these years of a human being’s life. So, it is very necessary to identify areas of development that need to be focused on during these years of the child’s development and ensure that the same is imparted in an effective manner to the child. Blackboard learning and learning by rote does not work during these years. The child learns through experience and repeatedly performing activities that interest him / her.

We believe that children learn through play and self-discovery. Activities are planned based on the stage of development the children have reached and what activities they are interested in. Wherever possible, we aim to be flexible and responsive to babies’ home routines and individual needs. When you first bring your baby, the pre-school staff will discuss baby’s routine including sleeping and eating with you and negotiate the best routine within the structure of the pre-school. As your child becomes a toddler, we offer a wider range of activities, paint, malleable materials, fine motor and gross motor activities, indoor play, stories, music and role-play. The day is more structured but children are still allowed to make choices based on the activities offered in a certain area.

Our School Timing

Nursery and KG 1 AND KG 2 children start school at 7.55am and Play group children start at 8.30am prompt.
The school gate opens at 7.45am. There is a member of staff on gate duty from 7.40-8.05am each day for Nursery and KG 1 and KG 2, and 8.25 – 8.45 for Play group children.No children are allowed to be dropped off at school before this time, unless they are accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times.
Children go directly to their class in the morning.
Play Group , Nursery and KG 1 , KG 2 children finish at 11am.
Children must be collected from the school at the end of the school time stated above. Any child not collected 15 minutes after the end of the school session, will be taken to the office and the parents will be called.

Our School Routine

All classes and children follow a weekly timetable for Library, PE, Music, and Art, and some children also follow a specific timetable for Learning Support. Your child's class teacher will give you the class schedule on your first day at school.

Our School Uniform

The school provides all equipment and supplies for the children, including uniform, all books and stationary. Parents may be asked to purchase additional materials, such as folders etc., for special projects
All items of Clothing, Bag, Tiffin box, Water Bottle, Pencil Box, Books, and Ex Books should be marked with the child's name. The school will not be responsible for any items lost on the premises.

Infant Boys (Nursery - Year 2):

Orange polo T-shirt (half sleeve) with black shorts for boys black skirt for girls. Maroon pullover (full sleeve), black full pant for boys, black leggings for girls for winter season.


Regular school shoes are required to be worn with the Uniform. Shoes must be black .Socks must be white. Boots, 'trainers', high heels, and backless shoes are not permitted.

Play Group children are required to store their spare change of clothes (and nappies/toiletries, if applicable) in a separate bag, All lunchboxes for all classes should be of a standard .


No jewellery may be worn in school aside from small metal stud earrings for those with pierced ears. Necklaces, bracelets, rings, and other jewellery may not be worn.

School Bags:

All Play Group – KG2 children are required to purchase a school bag to carry school supplies and books to/from school; no other school bags are allowed or required. School bags are available from the school.

Play Group children are required to store their spare change of clothes (and nappies/toiletries, if applicable) in a separate bag, All lunchboxes for all classes should be of a standard.


Girls' hair should be tied back from the face. Excessive hair clips and hair adornments are not permitted, except on party days.