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Play is a serious business and the only activity of kids. This is an activity in which children take part whole-heartedly. So here in Ankur we are following the methods which are based on play, because if we can play with the child in a learning environment then only we can inspire him/her to learn without stress. So the child must get that opportunity to learn and develop.

The examinations gets conducted periodically to access the stage of development and ability of the students at their individual level to grasp the lesson. As a result it will become easy for the teachers to give adequate attention to a student who might be failing and to develop a competitive spirit among the students doing desirably good. The annual examination is conducted in March every year.

T.V, V.C.D and tape recorder like audio visual study equipments are used to develop the consciousness of sound, pronunciation, color and picture and mainly to develop the imagination power of the tender mind. We always give importance to child psychology and all the modules and devices we are developing and using to teach the little students. Dr Nilamadhav Kar personally comes here to discuss with the parents about various problems and habits of their child. A day with him inside the campus adds enormous values to Ankur as well as to little ankurians.

We provide the most rounded curriculum for children at this tender age, keeping in mind all their needs and we cater to their optimal development.


Teaching alphabets is the most important at this formative stage. Phonetics and speech development lessons are designed in a way that will keep children engrossed in learning to express themselves. Early vocabulary lessons are also a part of their language learning, where children are taught to associate feelings with words so that they can learn to articulate their feelings. The next step is to teach them which words are appropriate and which aren’t, thus essentially building a basic inventory of vocabulary with meanings. Children are set activities where they can learn to build sentences.


Teaching numbers is the first and foremost: writing numbers, learning values, before/after are the very first math activities along with counting. We try to give the kids a basic understanding of how and why math is used in daily life, becase it can otherwise be a little confusing to the young minds. Counting, matching, addition and subtraction are given utmost importance. Students are taught to recognize shapes and the application of basic mathematical calculations.

Social Studies/General Knowledge:

To make the world more accessible and understandable to the little minds which are just for the first time venturing outside their homes, we provide all-round knowledge about-
  • Their surroundings
  • Air, water, land, light.
  • Environment
  • Society, its needs and how to behave.
  • Basics in moral science
  • Observation of festivals and tradition
  • Importance of keeping in touch with the outdoors.

Good Habits

This includes behavior and etiquettes, learning to care about everyone around them- family, friends, pets, and plants, hygiene and health care. Our aim is to make children sociable and send them on their way to be responsible citizens in the future.


Basics of science, such as primary and secondary colours, basic teaching human body and how it works, importance of trees, sunlight and its necessity, differentiating between day and night and the causes behind it are a few topics that are taught to the young kids. We encourage as much interaction with the environment as possible so that they understand these phenomena themselves without having to rote-learn anything.

Co-curricular Learning

This field includes physical activities such as running, jumping, hopping as well as activities like dancing, singings, and reciting poetry, to develop their talents. Art makes up an important part of this because apart from helping children identifying and learning more about colours and developing their concentration, it also helps with their cognitive development. They learn about different shapes and how to use their new skills to little art and craft pieces.


Fine motor skill development
Social development
Language and Communication development skills
Sensory Developments
Identifying and tracing alphabets Numbers and Counting Fruits, Flowers, Vegetables Names
Identifying and matching identical objects Number line Addition Vehicles names
Recognizing alphabets and the sounds they make Number line Addition Mother and younger ones
Matching alphabets with Pictures Tens and Ones Identifying wild and domestic animals
Story telling through pictures. Number Names Long/Short
Parts of human body Ordinal Numbers Big/Small
Simple Grammar Matching Places they belong to

Additional courses offered for student’s betterment are as follows.

  • YOGA