The Circle curriculum combines international ECD practices (Montessori, Play way, Waldorf) with homegrown innovations, developed by continuously listening to children. Every year, its methodologies get tweaked and sharpened based on the

  • Changing real-world contexts to the children.
  • The psychological growth of children (as development milestones are shifting every 5 years now)
  • The changing contexts of parents and active observation and analysis of teachers

The curriculum of The Circle is based on the following principles:

  • Encourage children to explore and ‘arrive’ at concepts.
  • Put children in charge of their own learning.
  • Mentor, not teach, children
  • Celebrate learning and advancement together.
  • Develop a rich and responsive language environment.
  • Align learning with ‘the rhythm of nature’.
  • Develop content that is a confluence of Indian culture and traditions.
  • Develop the roots of empathy in children and guide them to build caring environments.

Our Methodology

  • All learning is aligned to the individual pace and ability of children.
  • A non- modularized, flexible, spontaneous methodology.
  • Children steer their own learning.
  • Enriching Teachers to Enrich Learning.
  • Partnering with parents to create a chain of trust and collaboration
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