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Our preschool program can help prepare your child for success in school and in life. New research on the brain and on learning shows how important the early years are in a child’s learning and development. What happens in preschool matters a lot and what you do at home is even more important. The Preschool education is classed under four basic categories as follows:


Our Toddler program, designed for children ages 1.5 years to 2.5 years of age, focus on a period of tremendous development and growth. During this stage, children develop 80% of their personality, enhance their mobility & improve their gross and fine motor skills. It is a critical time of development for a child. Your toddler is sharp, quick on the uptake, curious, eager to learn and full of energy. You think the child is ready for school, but his age doesn’t put him in the school going bracket.
We have the answer for you. At our Play Class, we have a blend of the traditional and the modern education. Play Class is a child’s first step away from home. The three hours spent here are designed for them to enjoy, learn and to adjust. Their foray into Nursery next year would be without the pangs of separation, anxiety and stress.Play, music, colour activity, story telling and dramatics form the day’s routine for the child. Timings are from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon (Monday through Friday).


Nursery Class is the transition class which forms the key note for kindergarten while aiming at optimal development of children. Interesting teacher guided activities like singing, dancing, dramatic play, oral expression, story telling, informal physical education, the morning assembly and the creative sessions expose the child to an entire new world where learning is fun, exciting and something to look forward to. As the child approaches the kindergarten age, formal preschool education is tackled and a readiness for writing, number work and general awareness is gradually cultivated.


The Poly Kids is equipped with a variety of materials and tools for experimenting and learning. It lays strong learning foundations, enriching the child’s life, as he grows familiar with the world around him. Phonetic system for the letters of the alphabet are followed, which helps the child to read on his own by the time he completes kindergarten. Teaching curriculum is so designed as to make the learning process exciting, informative and participatory. Teacher’s involvement is total in each of our classes. Special attention is paid to all children and weak areas are developed and tackled in a systematic manner.




Our curriculum identifies goals in four areas of development:
Social/Emotional To help children develop independence, self-confidence and self-control, follow rules and routines, make friends, and learn what it means to be part of a group.
Physical To increase children’s large muscle skills-balancing, running, jumping, throwing and catching and use the small muscles in their hands to do tasks like buttoning, stringing beads, cutting, drawing, and writing.
Cognitive To acquire thinking skills such as the ability to solve problems, to ask questions, and to think logically sorting, classifying, comparing, counting, and making patterns and to use materials and their imagination to show what they have learned.
Language To use words to communicate with others, listen to and participate in conversations with others, understand the purpose of print, recognize letters and words, and begin writing for a purpose. At The Poly Kids no child is an ‘underachiever’ or ‘weak’. Unlike in traditional schools, art, crafts, aesthetic values, sport and games are not labelled “extra” or co-curricular. They are part of the curriculum.



About The Poly Kids

The Poly Kids is a registered entity in Australia and internationally-acclaimed, well designed early childhood learning framework has been adopted to give a right start to the little ones.

Contact Information

Home The Poly Kids
26/2 Teg Bahadur Road, Lane No.4 Dalanwala, Dehradun

Phone 0135-2669377, +91 9557775511,
+91 9557775533

Annual Calender ( 2018-19 )

15 to 18thAugust - Independence Day (National Festival)
11 to 18thAugust - PTM and Result Declarartion
20 to 18thAugust - Branch Inspection Week
22 to 18thAugust - Id-ul-Zuha (Bakrid)
30 to 18thAugust - Aug - Janamastami Celebration
1 to 18thSeptember - Mock Drill on Fire
3 to 18thSeptember - Janamashtami
5 to 18thSeptember - Teacher’s Day (Dr. Radha Krishnan’s Birthday)
8 to 18thSeptember - GrandParents Day
12 to 18thSeptember - Ganesh Chaturthi
27 to 29thSeptember - Inter Branch Competition
2 to 18thOctober - Gandhi Jayanti
13 to 18thOctober - Half Yearly Assessment (All Classes)
18 to 18thOctober- Ram Navami
18 to 19th-18thOctober - Dussehra Break(Victory of Good over Evil)
24 to 18thOctober - Valmiki Jayanti
28 to 18thOctoberr - PTM and Result Declarartion
29 to 18thOctober(2 to 18thNovember) - Branch Inspection Week
5 to 18thNovember - Celebration
6-10to 18thNovember - Holiday
12 to 18-17thNovember - Accompanied by Circular
13 to 18thNovember - Holiday
14 to 18thNovember - Celebration
19 to 18thNovember - Special assembly
21 to 18thNovember- Holyday
23 to 18thNovember - Holyday
24 to 18thNovember - Holyday
16 to 18thDecember - Annual Day Function
17 to 18-17thNovember(jun 19th)- Winter Break /Christmas Holidays)

16 to 19thJanuary - Orientation Program for staff
25 to 19thJanuary - Republic Day Celebration
26 to 19thJanuary - 26th Jan ’19
30 to 19thJanuary - Martyrs Day
8 to 19thFebruary - Sports Day
9 to 19thFebruary - Inter Branch Sports Event
11 to 19thFebruary - Branch Inspection Week
14 to 19thFebruary - Valentine’s Day (Love each other)
16 to 19thFebruary - Branch Inspection Week
19 to 19thFebruary - Guru Ravidass Jayanti
4 to 19thMarch - Maha Shivratri (Worship Lord Shiva)
5 to 18-19thMarch - FINAL ASSESSMENT
21 to 19thMarch - Holi (Dulhendi)
22-24 to 19thMarch - PTM and Report Card Distribution
19 mar to (19 apri) 19thMarch - Session Break for Students
5 to 19thApril - New session begins