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Petals Preschool introduces a revolutionary and innovative concept in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic

ANI Press Release  |  New Delhi [India]  

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Preeti Kwatra, Founder and Director, Petals India's Preschool Club

Petals Preschool chain, a well-recognized accredited preschool chain in India and internationally, has taken a big step by announcing a revolutionary concept during the current COVID-19 pandemic crisis that the world is facing.

Petals have made education for kids so affordable, at just Rs 70 per day. The kids and parents will be given full access to Petals well-researched early learning curriculum for free trial sessions post which the parents can enroll their child for the virtual e-learning classes.

The preschool market in India is expected to post a CAGR of close to 18 per cent during the period 2020-2024 and Petals aims to be a major contributor to this growth.

The curriculum has been well researched and designed for children between the age group of 1.5 to six years. It would include free trial classes, dance theatre art free (activity classes), parents counselling, blended learning concepts for kids between two-six years, supported by animated videos.

Through this curriculum, Petals also aims at inculcating and instilling moral values in kids by teaching them, Geeta Saar. It would also comprise of life skills, rhymes, and music, creative writing, social and emotional learning which will enable them to explore new things every day.

"The preschool market in India is expected to post a CAGR of close to 18 per cent during the period 2020-2024 and we aim to contribute to the growth by putting an end to the financial woes of the parents when it comes to their child's education, through this initiative. We are aware of the emotional and financial problems that parents are facing during these times of the COVID-19 crisis. With this step, it is our endeavour to reduce the burden of the heavy school fee which parents are not able to afford, especially during the pandemic crisis. The curriculum is apt and has been structured to ensure that your child gets not only quality education but holistic development in all aspects of their personality - physical, emotional, and spiritual. Children can learn fun activities while getting ready for their bright future ahead," said Preeti Kwatra, the Founder of the chain of Petals, India's Preschool Club.

We all know that children construct their understanding of the world through experiences. In order to make learning real, children need to explore, ask questions & assess their understanding.

This approach underpins Petals Preschool chain, known for the most innovative curriculum, fully packed with practical investigation & outdoor learning. Allow your child to unleash his true potential.

Petals Preschool chain is a well-recognized accredited chain of Preschools managed by Preeti Kwatra, the Founder of the chain of Petals, India's Preschool Club. She is a true mentor, who inspires her students, invokes a love for learning in them, and encourages them to pursue excellence.

She is a great visionary who is working in the field of education for the last 15 years. She believes not just in conventional education but also focuses on the values, ethics, and personal grooming of each child.

This story is provided by NewsVoir. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article.

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First Published: Wed, August 05 2020. 23:30 IST
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Petals Preschool introduces a revolutionary and innovative concept in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic

New Delhi [India] Aug 5 (ANI/NewsVoir): Petals Preschool chain, a well-recognized accredited preschool chain in India and internationally, has taken a big step by announcing a revolutionary concept during the current COVID-19 pandemic crisis that the world is facing. Petals Preschool chain, a well-recognized accredited preschool chain in India and internationally, has taken a big step by announcing a revolutionary concept during the current COVID-19 pandemic crisis that the world is facing.

Petals have made education for kids so affordable, at just Rs 70 per day. The kids and parents will be given full access to Petals well-researched early learning curriculum for free trial sessions post which the parents can enroll their child for the virtual e-learning classes.

The preschool market in India is expected to post a CAGR of close to 18 per cent during the period 2020-2024 and Petals aims to be a major contributor to this growth.

The curriculum has been well researched and designed for children between the age group of 1.5 to six years. It would include free trial classes, dance theatre art free (activity classes), parents counselling, blended learning concepts for kids between two-six years, supported by animated videos.

Through this curriculum, Petals also aims at inculcating and instilling moral values in kids by teaching them, Geeta Saar. It would also comprise of life skills, rhymes, and music, creative writing, social and emotional learning which will enable them to explore new things every day.

"The preschool market in India is expected to post a CAGR of close to 18 per cent during the period 2020-2024 and we aim to contribute to the growth by putting an end to the financial woes of the parents when it comes to their child's education, through this initiative. We are aware of the emotional and financial problems that parents are facing during these times of the COVID-19 crisis. With this step, it is our endeavour to reduce the burden of the heavy school fee which parents are not able to afford, especially during the pandemic crisis. The curriculum is apt and has been structured to ensure that your child gets not only quality education but holistic development in all aspects of their personality - physical, emotional, and spiritual. Children can learn fun activities while getting ready for their bright future ahead," said Preeti Kwatra, the Founder of the chain of Petals, India's Preschool Club.

We all know that children construct their understanding of the world through experiences. In order to make learning real, children need to explore, ask questions & assess their understanding.

This approach underpins Petals Preschool chain, known for the most innovative curriculum, fully packed with practical investigation & outdoor learning. Allow your child to unleash his true potential.

Petals Preschool chain is a well-recognized accredited chain of Preschools managed by Preeti Kwatra, the Founder of the chain of Petals, India's Preschool Club. She is a true mentor, who inspires her students, invokes a love for learning in them, and encourages them to pursue excellence.

She is a great visionary who is working in the field of education for the last 15 years. She believes not just in conventional education but also focuses on the values, ethics, and personal grooming of each child.

This story is provided by NewsVoir. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article.

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)
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Petals Preschool introduces a revolutionary and innovative concept in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic

Petals Preschool chain, a well-recognized accredited preschool chain in India and internationally, has taken a big step by announcing a revolutionary concept during the current COVID-19 pandemic crisis that the world is facing.

Petals have made education for kids so affordable, at just Rs 70 per day. The kids and parents will be given full access to Petals well-researched early learning curriculum for free trial sessions post which the parents can enroll their child for the virtual e-learning classes.

The preschool market in India is expected to post a CAGR of close to 18 per cent during the period 2020-2024 and Petals aims to be a major contributor to this growth.

The curriculum has been well researched and designed for children between the age group of 1.5 to six years. It would include free trial classes, dance theatre art free (activity classes), parents counselling, blended learning concepts for kids between two-six years, supported by animated videos.

Through this curriculum, Petals also aims at inculcating and instilling moral values in kids by teaching them, Geeta Saar. It would also comprise of life skills, rhymes, and music, creative writing, social and emotional learning which will enable them to explore new things every day.

"The preschool market in India is expected to post a CAGR of close to 18 per cent during the period 2020-2024 and we aim to contribute to the growth by putting an end to the financial woes of the parents when it comes to their child's education, through this initiative. We are aware of the emotional and financial problems that parents are facing during these times of the COVID-19 crisis. With this step, it is our endeavour to reduce the burden of the heavy school fee which parents are not able to afford, especially during the pandemic crisis. The curriculum is apt and has been structured to ensure that your child gets not only quality education but holistic development in all aspects of their personality - physical, emotional, and spiritual. Children can learn fun activities while getting ready for their bright future ahead," said Preeti Kwatra, the Founder of the chain of Petals, India's Preschool Club.

We all know that children construct their understanding of the world through experiences. In order to make learning real, children need to explore, ask questions & assess their understanding.

This approach underpins Petals Preschool chain, known for the most innovative curriculum, fully packed with practical investigation & outdoor learning. Allow your child to unleash his true potential.

Petals Preschool chain is a well-recognized accredited chain of Preschools managed by Preeti Kwatra, the Founder of the chain of Petals, India's Preschool Club. She is a true mentor, who inspires her students, invokes a love for learning in them, and encourages them to pursue excellence.

She is a great visionary who is working in the field of education for the last 15 years. She believes not just in conventional education but also focuses on the values, ethics, and personal grooming of each child.

This story is provided by NewsVoir. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article.

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