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ABOUT US

Parent's Dream Preparatory School is a chain of high quality play school, day care and coaching centre. The school is set up by a group of highly experienced educationist teachers and education leaders with extensive experience, the foundation stone of the school was laid on 1st feb 2010. We are providing comprehensive and systematic study program in various subjects. Our whole program is packed with fun and play activities to achieve the following for main aim.

Montessori Method
Play Way Method
Personality Development
Personal Awareness

This structure makes us an extremely aware and adaptive team, capable of evolving our curriculum and teaching pedagogy on ever changing needs for effective early learning and development and helps toddlers to develop their personal skills and acclimatize to out side world.

Our Activities

ACTIVITIES

Partnership Program

Recent studies show, that when families are involved in the education of their children in positive ways, the children maximize on their untapped potentials and are more regular to school and demonstrate positive attitude and behaviour.

The foundation for good parent teacher relationship is, frequent and open communication, mutual respect and a clear understanding of what is best for each individual child.

At parent's dream we completely understand the importance of the early formative years, and the sensitive role of parents along with teachers, wherein we foster your child's learning through joint efforts of parents, teachers and the school. When parents and teachers share responsibility for creating a working relationship, it helps a child blossom and reaches his/her full potential. We at parent's dream are trying to achieve the same through our many initiatives some of which are listed below:

Parent orientation
Parent's dream News Bulletin
Saturday connections
Individual Parent Counseling sessions
Parenting Workshops
Parent teacher Collaboration days
Grandparents, Mama and Papa day
Open House
Parent as Volunteers and Parents as resources
Graduation day

OUR CURRICULUM

Our curriculum is aimed to be a series of stimulating experiences for a child. It is designed to motivate a child towards spontaneous and joyous learning. The joy a child experiences enables him to assimilate and imbibe learning with thoroughness and keen interest.

Our curriculum addresses the developmental needs of each child, providing flexibility to cater to distinct individual potentialities. We also aim to provide a rich environment wherein every child with his unique personality blossoms. The child absorbs and learns at his own pace, without any pressure of performance. By conscious awareness, parent's dream environment and curriculum is designed to nurture the child, keeping in view the natural developmental milestones. It caters to the holistic development of the child vis-a-vis physical, intellectual, social and emotional.

Over and above these four aspects of the personality, we believe in character building of the child from its very foundation. Guidance in spirituality and higher values are the essence of Amiown's environment.

What is play school?

Playschool is a small informal nursery group meeting for half-day sessions. Playgroups are less formal than the pre-school education of nursery schools. it is an organised group providing care and socialisation for children between 20 months to 25 months.

In paly school we approached with a harmonious balance between inner directed and outer directed activities we make them learn what they hear? What they see? What they feel?


In starting days of school

Our staffs make them comfort in school. Then our trained staffs make them nurture through curriculum of sensoria layer. In it we make them learn what is good for them and what to do or what to not.

There are number of activities by which we teach them.

Playgroup provides children with an array of individual, small and large group activities. Each month children explore an exciting theme through illume. By continuous innovation in the classroom, children are provided with better and more enriching activities.


What is pre nursery?
  • Age Group: 2 to 2.5 years
  • Duration: 3.5 hours per day

Pre Nursery is a school class for the education of children mainly between the ages of 2 to 2 ½ years. In this time we make them ready for formal primary school education by lot of fun and excited activities

In pre Nursery, children are engaged in school readiness activities such as reading, writing, counting, number recognition and problem solving in a fun filled but purposeful manner. Children are encouraged to corroborate their learning through collaborative activities in the areas of dramatics, science and arts.


What is nursery?
  • Age group : 2.5 to 3.5 years
  • Duration: 3.5 hours per day

In addition to age-appropriate activities in nursery, which prepares a child for success in formal school; various other activities are conducted in the areas of language, numbers, general knowledge, music, art in a planned manner throughout the program.

Through these activities, children learn the alphabet and letter sounds, numbers And master early writing skills. Furthermore, each child's development is measured thrice in a year through well designed assessment as part of unique pedagogy iLLUME.

iLLUME assessment is designed to motivate a child in nurturing his unique potential


Lower kindergarten and upper kindergarten

Age group: 3.5 and above

LKG and UKG are designed to give children a strong foundation in the skills and academic excellence that will be needed to enter regular school. Our K-2 program treats children as unique individuals and helps develop their Physical, Personal, Social, Emotional skills; Literature and Language skills; Logical-Mathematical skills; Creative and Expressive skills; and Knowledge and Understanding of the world. Our hands-on approach allows each child to explore and develop through curriculum that uses literature, music, dramatic play, math, science, phonemic awareness, reading skills, field trips, etc to meet our five framework of learning – Being Literate, Being Numerate, Being Knowledgeable, Being Healthy and Being Expressive.


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It offers a broad vision of education as an aid to life. It is designed to help children with their task of inner construction as they grow from childhood to maturity.

It succeeds because it draws its principles from the natural development of the child and guides him towards wholesome growth and integrated personality. This uniquely designed curriculum content gives thorough understanding of Montessori Method of education.
  • Practical Life Exercises
  • Sensorial
  • Mathematics
  • Language
  • Culture

Some other activities done in school
Special Activities are conducted for the students with the aim of building strong basic concepts in these tender, formative years. Knowledge is imparted more by way of play-way methods and techniques, outdoor activities and excursions. Some of these activities include:
COLOUR DAY: A Colour Day is observed to familiarize the children with primary colours. Children and the teachers wear clothes of a particular colour and they are made to identify objects of that colour.
Domestic and wild animal fest
• Animals, their sounds, babies and homes are introduced through Animal face make-up
• Shapes are introduced by way of displaying shapes of different objects.
RAW COOKING :Salad-making makes for an interesting as well as tempting activity for learning about fruits and vegetables.
Alphabets and Numbers are taught using flash cards and stencils and even fingers!
Festivals, historical events and special days like Environment Day, Mothers' Day and Grandparents' Day are all celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm.

Outdoors visits
☑ Visit to charitable institution
☑ Interactive session with community service like hospital, fire station, post office and petrol pump
☑ Inviting community helpers and health care provides for interactive session.
☑ Educational field trips o places of interest like zoo, park, supermarket, historic monuments.

Regional visits

Gurudwara visit, temple visit and church visit


Motor skills

These skills are developed through activities like fasten button and use of zippers, finger printing, tearing and pasting, building sand castles, threading beads etc.

  • Gross motor skills are enhanced through activities like running, jumping, laying mats, fetching materials independently
  • Fine motor skills are enhanced through activities like paper cutting, clay modeling, play dough, rolling and kneading, lacing and beading, folding and unfolding of napkins, opening and closing of bottles, boxes, nuts and bolts etc. Various dressing frames like zips, buttons, laces etc.
  • Activities are designed for the enhancement of neuromuscular control, eye-hand coordination, prehensile movements, development of pincer and dominant fingers' grip for future writing skills.

Language Development
  • Language skills are improved through Phonetic and auditory games
  • Children learn the Recognition of sounds with letters and the Association of sounds with objects in the environment
  • Pre-writing skills are established through: Using insets for design, Writing with crayons, Tracing sand paper letters, Making patterns in sand
  • Language is developed through structured reading and story telling sessions.
  • A circulating library allows children to take books home and have stories read to them by their parents.
  • Language activities are practiced through the graded phonic scheme: The pink scheme which includes the 3 letter phonetic words.

Reggio Emilia Approach

The Reggio Emilia approach to education is committed to the creation of conditions for learning that will enhance and facilitate child's construction of his or her own powers of thinking through the synthesis of all the expressive, communicative and cognitive languages: Hence as a part of this we focus on different aspects of the aforesaid approach

  • Parental involvement.
  • Following child's interest.
  • Stimulating environment.
  • Hundred languages of children.

Other Interesting Activities
  • Art and craft
  • Work sheets
  • Swimming
  • Music and movements
  • Dance and drama
  • Role play
  • Clay work
  • Visits and excursions
  • Movie time

Our Mission

OUR MISSION

Relationship: Parent's Dream creates safe and secure environment for every child. An interpersonal relationship and positive behavior is role modeled in ordered to encourage individuality and build team work spirit in children Curriculum: Parent's Dream deals in twin methodologies Teacher facilitatedChild oriented curriculumThis curriculum is designed based on multiple intelligences which covers all round development

Teaching: Parent's Dream approach applies culture, language and growth in order to cater multiple intelligence teaching approach, encouraging individual as well as team based learning among the children. We also uses teacher and child directed activities like sing alone, puppets, story telling,music and movement to teach various concept. Assessments: At Parent's Dream continuous systematic formal and informal assessment of a child is done on daily observation. Records are shared with parents regularly through diary communication on daily basis and progress report at the end of the month and term. Health: Parent's Dream believes in healthy mind and healthy body keeping clean environment by the using non toxic educational resources and developing healthy habits is role modeled by staff. The staff is well trained in first aid. General rules are followed to maintain hygiene and cleanliness. We also provide Health Check up by Dentist Dr. Nitin Pahwa and Pediatrician Dr. Ashwani Bansal

Community relationship: We encourage and build community awareness and relationship through.Visit to charitable institutionInteractive session with community service like hospital, fire station, post office and petrol pumpInviting community helpers and health care provides for interactive session.Educational field trips o places of interest like zoo, park, supermarket, historic monumentsRegional visits : Gurudwara visit, temple visit and church visit Physical environment: Parent's Dream provides well maintained, vntilatd and organized physical environment to ensure safety and security along with fun. Our various learning zones are creative zone, block zone, nature zone, cycle zone, book zone, theater zone and wet zone.

Our Vision

OUR VISION

Safe and secure and stimulating learning atmosphere

Pre-school learning should be fun but making learning fun through teaching can be a complex task. Therefor to achieve this we developed few points.

To make the student outstanding global citizen.

Recognise the child development

Provide highest standard of childhood education


Meet with Our Team

Meet with

OUR TEAM

Mr. Devinder Mehra

President (Parent's Dream)

Ms. Chehak Mehra

Principal (Branch A)

Ms. Abhika Mehra

Principal (Branch B)


School Events

school events

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Parenting Tips

KNOW OUR

PARENTING TIPS

Does your child refuse to go to preschool? Five things you can do.
  • ACCEPT that transition from home to school takes time, and children experience separation anxiety
  • ACT brave and don't show your own anxieties.
  • TELL her about positive things at school - the fun, the friends, the toys etc.
  • TALK to the teacher to ensure the school has interesting activities and your child receives love, attention and security.
  • REALIZE that once the child is familiar with the environment, he/she will enjoy and look forward to going to school.

How do the children respond?
  • Do not say “No” to the child unless absolutely necessary. Instead, give him suitable choice. For example, when the child insists on buying a new toy, ask him whether he would like to go the playgroup or watch cartoon on TV.
  • Distract attention to an interesting object.
  • Keep calm and appear composed even if very upset.
  • Show lack of interest and indifference to his outburst.
  • Ignore the child and continue your work.
  • Do not give in, “Be Firm” on your decisions. The child should know that you mean what you say and say what you mean.
  • Do not soothe, argue, shout, hit or reason with the child. While he is angry he will not listen.
  • If the child becomes destructive, hold him firmly till he becomes calm.
When the tantrum stops, welcome the child with open arms.

Do you know what the most common fears in Pre-Schoolers are?
  • Darkness
  • Fear of being alone
  • Nightmares
Children experience fear when faced with something threatening. It is a normaldefense mechanism. It is harmful only when exaggerated to cause anxiety. Fear stimuli occur suddenly and unexpectedly, where the child does not get a chance to adjust to them.

How do the children respond?
  • Small children cry, hide and try to escape from the scary situation.
  • As children grow, overt responses are curbed by social pressure and indirect responses become visible as in nervous mannerisms like nail biting.

How can you handle fear in children?
  • Do not force the child to do something that is scary to him. Convey that you understand the child.
  • Do not tease or ridicule the child. Do not say “there is nothing to be afraidof”. Give the child something that will help him feel stronger and having some power over the fear.
  • Promote familiarity with the feared object without forcing. Example- Teaching the child to enjoy water play if he is scared of water.
  • Allow child to observe others who show no fear in the feared situation.
  • Allow child to observe others who show no fear in the feared situation.

Children respond rudely when parents ask them to do something. They continuously challenge parental authority. They argue about rules set up by their parents. Talking back is child's attempt to assert himself.


Why do they talk back?
  • Children like to control the situation, they enjoy having power over their parents.
  • Independence is another reason for children talking back.
  • Children like to prove that they are right and everyone else is wrong.
  • Children may be feeling powerless and feel talking back is only one time their parents hear them out.
  • Children may be modelling the behavior they listen to everyday.
  • It may be more acceptable for children to talk back than to cry.
  • Children may verbally harass their parents when they feel jealous,overwhelmed by responsibly, have had a tough day or realized a personal limitation.

How can you as a parent handle such situations?
  • Give mild punishment. E.g isolate the child for few minutes when he threatens to hurt his siblings.
  • Avoid situations causing prolonged frustration.
  • Be a good role model for your child. You cannot control children who are hitting by slapping them.
  • Take interest in the child: meet his needs with patience and understanding.
  • Use time out technique: remove the child from whatever activity he is doing, for a short time.

Aggression is physical and verbal expression of anger like reddening of face, verbal abuse and destructiveness. The aim is to hurt, damage or destroy.

The following are the causes for aggression in children.

  • Strict behavior and expectation. Eg parents insistence on child remaining clean.
  • Child's failure to get attention when parents make unfavourable comparison.
  • Children become aggressive when they are not able to live up to achievements of siblings or friends.
  • Permissiveness.-When parents place no limits on child, it makes him demanding and rebellious.
  • Poor role models or aggressive peers


Simple techniques can be used to handle aggression in children.
  • Divert their focus and get them interested in different hobbies.
  • Allow children to settle their own quarrels, unless they become toodestructive/hurt each other.
  • Give children time limit to arrive at a solution regarding their problems.Make sure they know the rules and consequences about hitting.If children are not able to resolve their issues enforce the consequence you have agreed upon.
  • Praise children when they have worked out a problem on their own.


What We Offer

Services

OUR CLASSES

Art Classes
Draw new world with us and do lot of fun with us!
AGE
2-3 yrs
CLASS SIZE
20
1500
Art Classes
Draw new world with us and do lot of fun with us!
AGE
2-3 yrs
CLASS SIZE
20
1500
Art Classes
Draw new world with us and do lot of fun with us!
AGE
2-3 yrs
CLASS SIZE
20
1500
Art Classes
Draw new world with us and do lot of fun with us!
AGE
2-3 yrs
CLASS SIZE
20
1500