The key to our approach is to create an environment that allows children to observe and investigate topics that naturally intrigue and interest them.

Children are encouraged to undertake projects on diverse topics involving discussion, fieldwork, activities, and creativity. With this empirical approach children can build on what they already know, and apply their own individual strengths and learning styles to deepen their understanding of larger concepts.

Our priority is to encourage each child's individuality, while also teaching him or her how to be part of a group. Engaging a child's natural way of learning makes education its own happy reward. Children have a natural instinct to explore the world around them. We at Kids n why encourage our kids to nurture this instinct and explore the world around them.

This means that rather than telling them what to expect in certain situations, we want them to discover cause and effect by doing things for themselves. Understanding the importance of family responsibilities in Indian culture, we ensure that the learning experience for each child synchronizes with his or her family environment and value systems.


The first few years of a child's life are developmentally crucial. In the first eight years the brain will grow faster than it will for the rest of the human lifespan. Recent scientific research shows that the environment of the child in his or her early years affects the neurological and biological pathways that will in turn affect their future health, learning and behavior.

Essentially this means that a child's early years are critical for the cognitive development and social learning which will lead to success in his or her later life. And in these critical years, it's essential to provide a stimulating and enriching environment for the child to make the best of their abilities.