Located in West Marredpally, Hyderabad, Strawberry Fields pre-school offers infant, toddler, pre-kindergarten and kindergarten programmes. Ranked among the top preschools in Hyderabad, it provides a safe and nurturing learning environment and high quality early childhood education.
The school campus hosts various learning centers such as dramatics play centre, block centre, music and movement centre, library centre, sand and water centre, manipulative games and puzzle centre, art area, technology centre and concept centre.
Strawberry Fields offers the following programmes –
Infant Programme (0 – 6 months) – This programme encourages children to learn and play at their own pace and children enjoy playing a large variety of play materials alongside music to calm and comfort them.
Mobile Infant Programme (6 – 12 months) – In this programme, the environment and physical activities are structured to maximise the infant’s development. Singing songs, moving the body, constant conversation with the child while diapering, dressing and washing, vocabulary with constant usage of concept related words are prime activities for these children.
Toddler Programme (12 months to 18 months) – Children learn basic words, numbers, simple games and develop relationships with their facilitators and friends around them.
Play Group and Nursery (1.5 years to 3.5 years) – The children learn to share, take turns and develop their fine and gross motor skills and also learn recognising shapes, colours, directions and textures using various materials from blocks to fabrics.
Junior Kindergarten and Senior Kindergarten – In this programme, children are provided opportunities to learn numbers and recognise letters. They are introduced to number concepts, color and shape recognition, classification and matching objects, spatial relationships, opposites, sequencing and handwriting skills.
Please contact the school office to obtain admission and fee details.
The school has been ranked among the top 20 preschools in Hyderabad by The EducationWorld C-fore Preschools Survey 2014.