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Omega strives to produce youngsters who are balanced – with soul, mind and body working in unison, with the soul guiding the mind in its activities and the body acting under the guidance of the mind.


To create appropriate curricular and co-curricular programmes for holistic development of students.

Plan and execute activities that train the children’s mind, body and heart to embrace diversity, work together and shape a better world.

Age-appropriate Curriculum
Experiential Learning

The first three to six years play a key role in a child’s life as they begin to observe the world around them and develop. Our aim is to provide a cohesive approach to facilitate the unfolding of each child’s innate potential in all the domains of development. Our curriculum is child-centered which promotes knowledge and skill development, forming the foundations through self-exploration for lifelong learning. Foundation Literacy and Numeracy (FLN) recommended by NEP 2020 is our focus. Heartful Kids follows an open curriculum which is age-appropriate and endeavours to use instruction in English and mother-tongue. We seek parental engagement in facilitating mother-tongue instruction. Innovations in curriculum / pedagogy to equip our children with 21st century skills are a continuous process.

• Activity based learning • Nutrition and Health • Continuous observation
• Group and Peer learning • Teacher as a Facilitator
• Conducive Learning Environment • Safety and Security • Responsive Caregiving

Special Features

• Caring Staff • Social interactions • Nature Walk
• Planned outdoor and indoor activites • Celebration of Special Days
• Colourful, Attractive, Spacious and Nurturing Environment
• Exceptional play way learning through the ELPS way (Experiences + Language + Pictures + Symbols)

Facilities at our School

• Music and Movement • Speaking tree (Story telling) • Formative Learning Tools
• Literacy Center / Library • Audio Visual Room
• Specially organized indoor space • Lawn for creative work / Art Corner
• Lunch / Snacks provided • Sturdy and age-appropriate furniture
• Play Station (well-equipped and safe play areas)


“Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.”

– Margaret Mead