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Frequently Asked Question



How can I ensure my child is happy in the play school?

To ensure your child is happy in the play school, choose a school that aligns with their interests and needs, and has a welcoming and nurturing environment. Also, encourage open communication with the teachers and regularly ask your child about their experience in the school.

How can I assess the safety of a play school?

Assess the safety of a play school by checking if they have proper security measures in place, such as CCTV cameras, secure entry and exit points, and trained staff to handle emergencies. Also, inquire about their policies on child abuse and bullying.

How much should I expect to pay for a good play school?

Play school fees can vary widely, depending on the location, facilities, and curriculum offered. Expect to pay anywhere from a few thousand to several lakhs per year, depending on the quality of the play school.

How important is the play school curriculum?

The play school curriculum is crucial as it sets the foundation for your child's early education. Look for a play school with a curriculum that aligns with your child's needs and interests, and has a good balance of play-based and academic learning.

What is the ideal teacher-to-child ratio in a play school?

The ideal teacher-to-child ratio in a play school should be 1:10 or less. This ensures that each child gets individual attention and support from the teachers.

What should I look for when visiting a play school?

When visiting a play school, pay attention to the cleanliness, safety, and facilities available. Observe the teachers and their teaching style, and ask questions about the curriculum and activities offered.

When should I start looking for a play school for my child?

It's best to start looking for a play school at least 6-8 months before you want your child to start attending. This will give you enough time to research, visit schools, and make an informed decision.