Welcome to SaiKids

A person soon learns how little he knows when a child begins to ask questions.

Sai Kids aims to encourage a child to wonder, to think, to feel and to imagine.The program shows two warm, caring people taking the time to be with one child. They address the child directly and personally. Into this relationship are woven the stories, songs and activities that form the fabric of Australian children's culture.Sai Kids is successful because it satisfies our basic human need to interact with other people and to be valued by them.Day Care aims to extend the child's interest and it encourages participation.Each program contains a story, some songs (both traditional and new) and a variety of play ideas with things to make and do.Each week has a theme which is developed in different ways depending on the day. The daily format usually includes the Clock and a look outside Sai Kids via the Windows.It is now a well-established fact that the competence of a Day Care curriculum has a significant impact during the child's early developmental years. It is this segment of Early Childhood Learning and Development that Sai Kids.. a Day Care caters to.As the words itself suggests, Sai Kids refers to early childhood and Play school education is a phase of introducing children to fundamental learning through the use of a medium that is engaging, less straining and more recreational in nature. We, at Sai Kids,realise that the child's time spent with us is vital to initiate his/her intellectual and spiritual growth. We make a sincere effort in ensuring that the quality of Day Care is upheld across each of our branches through enrolling the best and most experienced Educators and employing the most innovative teaching aids, both classroom-study and outdoor-activities based. However, we have madsure that our expansion hasn't come at the cost of making compromises on the quality of our Day Care programme and this is what has helped achieve an enviable reputation as the nation's leading chain of Play schools.Our kindergarten curriculum is remarkable because it has neither alienated the understanding of Indian values and social structure nor does it blindly follow the Montessori method of Day Care education. We have created a teaching programme that retains Indian culture in its core but is adapted and instructed in such a manner that it is at par and, perhaps, even better than most international Day Care education formats.