Early Childhood Curriculum (Pre- Primary Classes)

Age group: Pre- Primary wing is comprised of young learners aged 2 to 5 years

Classes:        Pre- Nursery (2.5 years and above)

                     Nursery         (3 years and above)

                     KG                 (4 years and above)

Teacher-student ratio: 1:25

The Pre- Primary years at Sarvottam are thrilling, most enlightening with a plethora of fun-filled learning experiences. It comprises of three levels-

It is a world of awesome learning. We believe that every child is blessed with innate skills. We find reasons to celebrate the Genius in each child.

Early Childhood Curriculum called the Fantastic Five is an amalgamation of thematic approach theories internationally inspired by- 


Reggio Emilia Curriculum

A Reggio inspired classroom focuses on building the cognitive, social, language, creative, and physical skills that empower students to be knowledge bearers and researchers in their own learning experiences. 


High Scope Curriculum

In the High/Scope approach, children construct their own knowledge through exploration and experimentation. As they do that, they're guided by educators, who provide materials and support for children to meet certain developmental challenges known as key experiences.


Montessori Curriculum

Montessori is a method of education that is based on self-directed activity, hands-on learning, and collaborative play. In Montessori classrooms, children make creative choices in their learning, while the classroom and the highly trained teacher offer age-appropriate activities to guide the process.


Waldorf Education

In Waldorf Education, the learning process is essentially threefold, engaging head, heart, and hands—or thinking, feeling, and doing. This is the basis out of which Waldorf teachers work to nurture and engage each child through a curriculum and methodology that integrates academics, arts, and practical skills.


Bank Street approach

In the Bank Street approach, also known as the Development-Interaction approach, the emphasis is on educating the whole child — emotionally, socially, physically and intellectually — in an experience-based, interdisciplinary and collaborative setting.