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Top Pre-Schools in Bangalore

Last updated on: January 13, 2011

Top Pre-Schools

  1. Neev, Indiranagar
  2. Kangaroo Kids, Indiranagar
  3. Gaia Preschool and Child Care Centre, RT Nagar
  4. KaraKids, Jayamahal Extn
  5. Inbloom Montessori And Day Care, HAL Airport Road
  6. Podar Jumbo Kids, JP Nagar
  7. Apple Kids International Pre-school, JP Nagar
  8. EuroKids, Malleshwaram
  9. Shemrock Young World, Indiranagar
  10. I Play I Learn, Jayanagar
  11. Kidzone, HAL nd Stage
  12. Your Kids ‘R’ Our Kids, Bannerghatta Rd
  13. Neev, Koramangala
  14. Kidspace, Indiranagar
  15. EuroKids, Indiranagar
  16. Headstart Montessori, Koramangala
  17. Kangaroo Kids, Koramangala
  18. Apple Kids International Pre-school, Vignana Nagar
  19. Kidzee, Indiranagar
  20. We Care, Whitefield

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  1. Hi,

    I had my daughter in this school for play group. And I totally agree with the view that Mony Thomas is just a business lady, good till you get the admission, but beyond that she will become too complaining about your child.

    I think for running a play school, one should understand that kids will be kids and no kid is bad. If you are not able to handle the kids it is your failure and not that of the kids. Every time we spoke to her about our daughter she in her defense would start criticizing the kid.

    After a month of putting her in this school we were kind getting to the fact that it was not the kind school it was projected as. An incident that happened with us was the final nail in the coffin and we took our daughter out of the school.

    For the annual day we were asked to get our daughter prepared for a nursery rhyme. We prepared her for it and told her that she will be on stage to do it. But on annual day she was not allowed on the stage. She saw her friends do the act from the side of the stage. We felt awful for our kid. I do not know what she would have felt to see others do what she had practiced. I am sending my kid to a school to gain confidence and grow in life, not to be pushed behind. I would have been fine with my kid coming on stage and cry or freeze, but this stupid lady (Mony Thomas) took away that experience from her. She is a dumb fellow and does not understand anything about child psychology. I also complained about this to their head office but they were least bothered. After all they are JUST DOING BUSINESS.

    I took my kid out of this school and put her in another play school in vignan nagar (not naming the school as I am not advertising for anyone). This school I am very happy with. They have well defined process on how they are going to develop the kid. They have well defined activities for each month of the year. It is not on the whims and fancies of the teacher as happens in Apple Kids. In Apple Kids I never knew what they will be doing next week; forget about a month or whole year.

    In short, THINK HUNDRED TIME BEFORE YOU PUT YOUR KID IN THIS SCHOOL. These early years of your kid are precious and very important for his/her development.

    Best of Luck.
    Devendra

    Devendra on 14 Dec 2011
  2. Hi, I had a wonderful experience with apple kids (vignanagar nagar) my son roshan was With apple kids for 2 years and now he is with greewoods international. We have our second child planning to send the him in the same preschool. We reside at adarsh vista . It’s very close to our house. Teachers and centre director monyThomas are swear to us till date. Apple kids , doing good they give importance To each and every kid. We are very happy for that love and care given them. Below note sounds to be a competitors words.

    Sachin singh on 08 Nov 2012
  3. The Top 20 School??? Cn any one tell me where is Kangroo Kids in Koramangala? It was shut down without kids last year itself ha ha ha…………………..Funny 🙂

    yolife on 12 Mar 2013
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    Meena Mehta on 24 May 2013
  5. Kangaroo kids Indiranagar is closed now. There is some Tara centre in its place now. Please check.

    Shubhra on 11 Mar 2014
  6. My daughter went to Podar Jumbo Kids this year for Nursery.
    First, the good part- they have a good curriculum that doesn’t place too much pressure on kids and lets them be kids. All activities were enjoyed by my child, and the teachers took good care of her.
    The negatives – they don’t allow daycare parents to send food from home for their kids. That makes it difficult for a child who is used to eating only certain foods at home and can’t adjust to the standard school menu. However, by the end of the year, my child has begun to develop a taste for certain vegetables which she used to hate earlier, so not sending food actually worked out for the best in a way.

    Chavii on 30 Apr 2014
  7. I had a good experience at Podar Jumbo Kids. Excellent environment, child-friendly activities, and caring teachers. The headmistress was always available if we had a concern.
    The only issue we has was with their daily snack menu which only allowed vegetarian food, and banned Maggi, Kurkure, Lays and other foods from school. I found it difficult to send appropriate snack items to school, because almost everything that my son likes to eat was banned from his snack box.
    I think they can be a little flexible about snacks since so many children are fussy about food these days. I understand that junk food is bad for kids and this is the reason for the strict snack plan, but some parents will find it difficult to pack snacks, especially if your child loves packaged snacks. Otherwise, we had no complaints with the school.

    Kiran Reddy on 30 Apr 2014
  8. After a lot of investigations into preschools, I chose Jumbo Kids for my son’s playschool. I have been happy with the choice so far. Bright and welcoming facility, with cheerful teachers. Security is top- notch and they have a good system in place for pickups and drop offs, which was quite reassuring for me.
    Prior to joining, I was informed that there would be a snack menu every week and snacks would have to adhere to the chart. This was difficult for us and it was the only negative we had. Planning snacks daily was a major tsk for us, since the options were limited and we are non-vegetarians. (The school only allows veg food.) Other than that, it was a great experience, and my son loved the activities and his teacher!

    Bianca on 30 Apr 2014
  9. We chose Podar Jumbo Kids for our daughter’s Nursery program this year. Very child-centric approach that places no pressure on kids and yet encourages learning. There were very few books in the admission kit, but I don’t believe school books are necessary for a Nursery child anyway. In any case, the school had a well-equipped library with frequent book sessions every month. I didn’t want a high-pressure environment for a 2.5 year-old, and the school provided the easy-paced, yet effective learning system that other branded schools only talk about.

    Pallavi on 30 Apr 2014
  10. I first admitted my son into Jumbo Kids for the Nursery program, and he just finished Junior KG this year. It has been a great experience. Initially I was quite concerned, because there is absolutely no book-based writing in the Nursery program, and I was worried about how he would cope with writing in Junior KG.
    The writing pace in Junior Kindergarten was quite slow at the beginning, but I have found it to be quite right for my child. By the end of the year, he was able to complete all his writing milestones, which was good enough for me.
    Overall, I like their child-friendly, slow-paced teaching style, which really lets children be children, and enjoy their preschool years, without placing them in a heavy pressure- cooker style environment.

    Arpana on 30 Apr 2014
  11. This is a great school – welcoming and warm environment for kids, and lovely teachers! My son spent two years here and was very happy. He loved his teachers a lot, especially (insert some teacher’s name here)!
    At first, I did have concerns about the slow pace of writing. The school doesn’t believe in putting small children under pressure to write. I was especially concerned about how he would cope in a mainstream school. He is now in UKG and writing with no problems. The school focuses heavily on personality development, social skills and language development, and all of those improvements are clear to see in my son now!

    Anjali on 30 Apr 2014
  12. I sent my daughter to (insert center here) for her Nursery program and she loved it! They took great care of her, and the teachers, staff and center were always easily available and accessible to address my concerns.
    I think they could vary the menu a bit at their day care facility. They don’t allow parents to send food from home, which I can understand, but then these are preschoolers, and the only issue that I had with the school was. Otherwise, there were no complaints. Events at the school were amazing, very well organized, and encouraged parents to participate. I especially loved the Master chef event that they had last year as well as the Father’s Day celebration.

    Jyotsna on 30 Apr 2014
  13. Overall, this is an excellent school. My son went there last year, and the positives were many:
    Beautiful facility and child-friendly environment
    Caring teachers
    Great activities at school
    Regular events for parents, siblings and even grandparents. These gave all of my family members a chance to enjoy with my son at school.
    The not- so -positives:
    Admission kits were quite meager-there were very few items, compared to other schools, and the kits can be improved on.
    Kit could also include more books.
    However, these were very minor points, and the school more than made up for the loss of these items with their activities and events. Overall, I would recommend the school without a hitch!

    Anuja on 30 Apr 2014
  14. My daughter went to Podar Jumbo Kids this year for Nursery.
    First, the good part- they have a good curriculum that doesn’t place too much pressure on kids and lets them be kids. All activities were enjoyed by my child, and the teachers took good care of her.
    The negatives – they don’t allow daycare parents to send food from home for their kids.  That makes it difficult for a child who is used to eating only certain foods at home and can’t adjust to the standard school menu.  However, by the end of the year, my child has begun to develop a taste for certain vegetables which she used to hate earlier, so not sending food actually worked out for the best in a way.

    Chhavii on 01 May 2014
  15. I wonder How “Magical Years” @ the tennis village is left out from the list….they have excellent infrastructure with dedicated and passionate teachers.

    Velevin on 03 Aug 2014
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