learninghousejaipur

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Let Your Child Blossom!

on May 1, 2012

Welcoming a toddler into school is an overwhelming experience. Like other first-time parents, you are probably experiencing feelings of excitement and anticipation, as well as anxiety and uncertainty. The next few years of your child’s life are very critical, and schools play a vital role in promoting healthy growth and development. Because children don’t come with a user’s manual, schools are left to follow their own. It is definitely a learning experience!

One of the first things you’ll notice when you visit Learning House School is a happy, fun-filled atmosphere that stems from a sincere love and appreciation of what it means to be a child.

Learning House is a warm and loving place where every child feels comfortable in their own skin. In this way they are able to express themselves through laughter and play and discover their true potential.

“Our philosophy is one of learning through both structured and free play. We pride ourselves on being a school that sees the potential in each and every child and helps them fulfill that, within a professional but loving environment.

Our main aim is to ensure that when a child leaves our school, they are more than prepared for Grade1.

We realize, however, that this is not only about being academically ready but also having the emotional maturity to deal with this next big step in their lives.

One of our key aims is therefore to instill a strong sense of confidence in each child, so they leave us feeling good about themselves and their place in the world!”

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