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The Spanning Kids School

098888 11685

Open 8.30am to 2.00pm

sunday closed

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123 456 789

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Goldsmith Hall

New York, NY 90210

07:30 - 19:00

Monday to Friday

About Us

The Spanning Kids School is a brainchild of Mr. Harmeet Singh and Mrs. Mandeep Kaur who are part of the management team. Harmeet Singh is a Computer Engineer with 5 years of experience in the education sector. Mandeep Kaur is an MBA’ian and has done B.Ed from GNDU. While working with numerous preschools across the country, both Harmeet Singh and Mandeep Kaur realized the need for a transformation in the preschool sector.

 

There were a lot of franchise schools mushrooming across the nation without any real understanding of what is necessary for the holistic development of the child in the early years. With the vision of bringing a revolution in the early education space, extensive research was done over 2-3 years in studying the best practices, deriving on our own knowledge of working with preschools and consulting with the best experts in early education. With all these inputs, The Spanning Kids School was born and various aspects of the Spanning Kids School was worked on to ensure that it is a comprehensive solution for anyone looking for fun learning for their children along with full mental and physical development of child.

Our Philosphy

The Spanning Kids School believes that every child is special and unique. Also, the ages of 0 to 6 years is one of the most important periods of any individual’s life because of the amount of brain development that happens during this period. Preschools play an extremely important role during this period. We believe that since the child has enormous ability to absorb and learn during this period, he needs to be exposed to a “Structured” environment where he is exposed to a variety of concepts. The child learns to be independent, self disciplined and learns through exploration and discovery. Hence, it is important that the curriculum, teachers, environment and the preschool as a whole provides all this to the child to aid his development. So, the child needs to be exposed to a child-centric curriculum where the child is given the individual time, freedom, independence and choice to explore and learn as opposed to a teacher-centric curriculum.