Early Years Learning

The first few years of learning are perhaps the most crucial for every child. At Cambridge International Schools, we understand this fact very well. A friendly dedicated staff and a simulating environment ensure that children feel safe and free to explore.

We believe that play is the most important tool of learning and problem-solving for a child during his/her formative years. Hence, our curriculum includes lots of games. Our pre-school classrooms are well equipped with materials that encourage imagination and socialisation including books, blocks, paints, dramatic play, eurythmics, kinaesthetic and sensory activity.

Testimonials
  • "I will forever remain grateful to this school for shaping me into the person I have become today."

    - Tanvee, Student

  • "My school made me a confident woman and responsible citizen of this nation."

    - Ikshulla, Student

  • "What a wonderful happy place! Your children and staff are so welcoming. It was a fantastic visit. Thank you!"

    - Hilary Dunphy, Ex-Professor, Newman University College; Advisor, LWES

  • "May God bless and guide the centre of learning. Astoma Sad Gamaya."

    - Shri M, Chief Patron of Learning Wings

  • "Education plays a vital role to convey knowledge and it enlightens the path of our children, which is being provided in an integrated way. CIS Jalandhar is helping to develop Scholastic and Co-scholastic areas. Happiness revolves around our wards in the way of self confidence and wholeheartedness."

    - Mr. Mandeep Singh, Parent

  • "Choosing a school for my children after coming from a foreign country was not an easy task. I am glad that I came to know about Cambridge, where my children who didn't know even a single word of Hindi were taken as learners in Hindi and they got the love, attention and importance which they really needed. Cambridge believes in all round development of a child and for success in today's world the most important thing a child needs is confidence and that's what Cambridge has given my children."

    - Ms. Anma, Parent