Parent's Corner

Why is preschool important?

Experts suggest that 85% of a child’s brain development happens in the first six years of life, making it the perfect time for children to learn about perception, creative thinking, reasoning, language, music, counting, science, computers, ethics, reading, social interaction, and good behavior.


What is the right age for a child to start preschool?

The ideal age for children to start attending preschool is between 1.5 and 2 years. Infants are capable of a lot, such as recognizing toys by four months, distinguishing faces and voices by six months, understanding several words by 12 months, and remembering pictures by 18 months.


What are the eligibility criteria for admission to Champion Juniors?

  • For admission to Champion Juniors, the age requirements are as follows:
  • Toddler: 2.0 to 3.0 years (child must complete two years on or before June 30th)
  • Nursery: 3.0 to 4.0 years (child must complete three years on or before June 30th)
  • Jr. KG: 4.0 to 5.0 years (child must complete four years on or before June 30th)
  • Sr. KG: 5.0 to 6.0 years (child must complete five years on or before June 30th)


What is the curriculum at Champion Juniors?

The curriculum at Champion Juniors is a balanced blend of the Montessori Method, Waldorf Approach, High Scope Approach, Bank Street Approach, and Reggio Emilia Approach, with a focus on phonetics and quality circle time. The curriculum is designed for the all-round development of the child, considering their cognitive, physical, social, emotional, and sensorial abilities.


How is champion Juniors different and how can it benefit my child?

Champion Juniors has a unique philosophy of I cube learning ladder (Inquiry, Interaction, Innovation), with an emphasis on curiosity, confidence, creativity, and continuity. The learner-centric methodology is based on various learning methods that maximize a child’s development. Champion Juniors provides a safe and caring environment for children with strong parental involvement.


How can parents get involved at Champion Juniors?

Champion Juniors encourages a warm and open relationship between the child, teacher, and parent, with parents getting involved in their child’s education through projects, sharing information and expertise, volunteering for field trips, storytelling, and sharing socializing skills.


What is the quality of teachers at Champion Juniors?

The staff at Champion Juniors is selected based on educational qualifications, relevant experience, and attitude towards learning and learners. Teachers are well qualified and trained by expert trainers in the field of education, with their knowledge regularly updated.


What is the teacher-child ratio in the class?

To ensure optimum learning in the classroom, Champion Juniors maintains a teacher-child ratio of 1:10.


Are there any exams or interviews for the admission process?

No, Champion Juniors does not believe in entry barriers to quality education and accepts all children.


Do parents need to provide snacks?

Champion Juniors provides a nutritional snacks chart for children’s growth and development that consists of recommended food groups for a particular day. Parents are required to send healthy snacks with their child during tummy time.


What is the assessment process at Champion Juniors?

There is no competitive assessment at Champion Juniors, but an evaluation methodology is in place based on various theories to ensure a child’s holistic development.