Mr. Rajan K Nair

+91 9633133633

+91 9633636353

HR Manager

Mr. Suresh Rajan

+91 9567609111

Our Approach

WeCare Kiddies welcomes children of all abilities, with the commitment to provide quality care and education to each child. We believe every child is a unique individual with varying needs, and we welcome the diversity that brings to our centers. All children and families deserve to be full members of their communities, to have the opportunity for development and learning, and to experience a sense of belonging.

Our approach to learning makes all the difference, and the research shows it!

Little minds are wide open and ready to learn, and we have a unique way of encouraging children to become life-long learners.

WeCare Kiddies supports inclusion by providing access to our world-class curriculum programs, embracing inclusive participation in our programs, and offering support to our educators through training and consultation by our Education and Inclusion Services teams. Inclusion is not just a strategy for helping certain children overcome challenges; inclusion is a way of life at WeCare Kiddies.

Each day is packed with carefully designed activities structured around these four main development areas:

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Language and Literacy Development

Make early attempts at speaking learn to understand a variety of words by listening, observing, and engaging. Use sounds and gestures to express needs, wants, and interests. Listen to books read aloud.

Social and Emotional Development

Form an attachment to familiar adults. Begin to interact with other children. Express some emotions through sounds, facial expressions, and movements. Build a sense of self by recognizing self in a mirror

Physical Development and Wellness

Work on physical milestones like rolling over and crawling. coordinate hand movements to begin reaching for and grasping objects. Start to cooperate with care routines like getting dressed and washing hands. Show an interest in eating and trying new foods

Cognitive Development

Begin to distinguish between familiar and unfamiliar things. Use the five senses to explore and observe. Begin to copy the simple actions of others. Perform actions to gain a response