Pre-kindergarten refers to the first formal academic classroom-based learning environment that a child customarily attends the School. It begins around the age of three in order to prepare for the more didactic and academically intensive kindergarten, Pre-kindergarten was also known as nursery school, but the term was phased out during the 1990s.

School Time

Pre- KG 8.55a.m to 12.00 noon
L.K.G 8.55a.m to 12.30 p.m
U.K.G 8.55a.m to 12.30 p.m
1st Std 8.55a.m to 3.30 p.m


Lower Kindergarten (LKG) class would comprise children three and half years of age.

The main objectives of kindergarten school are:

  • To develop a good physique, adequate muscular co-ordination and basic motor skill in the child.
  • To develop good health habits and to build up basic skills necessary for personal adjustments such as dressing themselves, toilet and eating habits.
  • To develop emotional maturity by guiding the child to express, understand, accept and control his feelings and emotions.
  • To develop good desirable social attitudes, manners and to encourage healthy group participation.
  • To encourage aesthetic appreciation (art, music, beauty, etc.)
  • To stimulate the child’s beginning of intellectual curiosities concerning his immediate environment.
  • To encourage the child’s independence and creativity by providing him with sufficient opportunities.

“The school is an opportunity for progress of the student. Each one is having the freedom to develop freely.”


Upper Kindergarten class would comprise children four and half years of age. After finishing Upper kindergarten, a child enters Class 1 or Standard 1 of primary school.