The minds of children are like a clean slate. They acquire knowledge about the world by looking at the different objects around them. The formative years hold a lasting impression on a child’s personality, and their first learning experiences have a profound effect on their physical, social, and emotional development. Our international kindergarten curriculum is based on how children naturally learn, develop their skills, and apply what they have learned to new situations.


A Hands-on, activity-based approach:

The best learning experience that children can have is through practical learning. Young children have more sensorial receptiveness which we nurture through various classroom activities that combine multiple learning styles.

Theme-based assemblies:

At SIIS, we believe in celebrating the process of learning and we do via fun and theme-based assemblies. At these assemblies, students from different classes showcase their talent by expressing what they learned creatively. This activity also enhances their public speaking and communication skills.

Parental involvement:

Learning doesn’t stop the moment children step out of the school premises. It is an ongoing process that can be aided by the parents. We celebrate multiple events like Grandparents Day, Papa is my Rockstar, My Mother is the Best Chef, etc., all of which strengthen the bond between children and their families.

Conducive learning spaces:

Our classrooms are well-equipped with audio-visual technology like projectors to promote interactive learning sessions. We also have dedicated play areas, activity rooms, and a toddler’s swimming pool to enable holistic and experiential learning for the students.