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A four-year-old student works on a reading worksheet at home.


Designed by early childhood experts, the learning packs include a rich collection of resources, such as: graded reading books, flashcards, vocabulary cards, reusable tracing sheets, art materials and resources for science projects.

Reflecting on the project, Tasneem Janjali, Pre-primary Section Head at the Diamond Jubilee High School in Mumbai remarked:

“e-School for Preschool was the need of the hour. Parents and students were excited to learn that school was coming home through a learning pack. The synchronous and asynchronous experiences were meaningfully planned to optimise student learning. Each class was interactive with multiple platforms used to engage the child. Students loved activities like Spin the Wheel on platforms like Toy Theatre. The excitement ensured high attendance and excellent participation.”

Programmes like this aim to empower students and their families and keep learning alive during these unprecedented times. One of the parents echoed this sentiment and remarked:

“Students are encouraged to think aloud and fearlessly share their thoughts…Special thanks to the school management for making quality learning accessible to all during these challenging times.”