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We have taken the initiative to contribute to India’s progress by buildingpre-schools, where we can impart best global practices in the children, through an Integrated Research Based International Curriculum. Ourmain offerings are Pre-School Learning, Day Care and after school activities.

At Cambridge Champs, we train students with an international curriculum, to make them a global citizen for tomorrow. Our teaching methods based on experiential learning leads to effective development of the child’s cognitive skills and easy understanding of concepts. Our methodology ensures strong moral, social, emotional and physical development of a child, converting them from a fledgling Pre-Nursery into a confident, inquisitive and enthusiastic life-long learner. Our approach ensures that the child explores all his skills while learning.


We value the uniqueness of each child and that is why we follow systematic observation and ongoing assessment of each child’s achievements and learning processes. This helps teachers also to take corrective action. Individual feedback to the children is the part of the system which enables them to learn at their own pace.

Growing economy of our country has created many business opportunities and education sector has emerged as one of the major contributor to these business opportunities in India, subsequently growing the segment of quality conscious parents. We address this emergent segment of quality-conscious parents who has the desire of Grooming a Confident Child for Tomorrow.

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Cambridge Champs International

Pre-Nursery – Where each child is a Champ


“We are committed to grow internationally as the center for excellence by providing opportunities in a safe, secure and thriving environment to all the students to achieve more than they believe they can to be the
Cambridge Champs. We will enhance and explore our values to promote internationalism on a local & global stage.
Our hard work, energy, innovation & dynamism will take us there.”



Key Features:

Understanding of students’ interest and scope of development Counseling from qualified psychiatrists, doctors and educationists Play – education System Sports, cultural and skill development programs Robotics Addressing Health program for students Well Equipped campus Cambridge Olympia Sports Complex Special clubs and workshops for parents.

Our Approch

Our learning from the Multiple Intelligence theory by Dr. Howard Gardner helps us approach each child as a unique individual. We understand that different children have different strengths through which they are able to exhibit their intelligence. These could be in any of the following areas:

Structure of Our Curriculum

Personal, Social and Emotional Development:

To provide a smooth transition into the wider world from home and to be able to manage and take care of oneself. The end objective is to develop a strong self image & esteem in each child.

Knowledge and Understanding of the World:

To be able to find out the significance of the environment, people & places in their lives. By using problem solving skills, experimentation, prediction, questioning and decision making a child can co relate himself with the world he lives in.


To enable children to develop fine & gross motor skills and understand how their body works. Motor development includes gross motor and fine motor development and co ordination related activities.

Language, Communication & Literacy Development:

To be able to explore and enjoy the use of words in languages. To use language to communicate and express oneself and as well as learn to listen carefully to others.

Mathematical Development:

To develop their understanding of number, patterns, shapes and space through exploration & practice.

Creative Development:

To help children to explore and share their thoughts, ideas and feelings through a variety of mediums like art, music, movement, dance and role play activities. Creativity and self expressions skills development

Core Values

  • Discipline.
  • Dedication.
  • Teamwork
  • Participation.
  • Honesty.
  • Respect Everyone.
  • Appreciation and motivation.
  • Emotional bonding with everyone.
  • Spirituality Dedication


Every born has right of education.For us education is a journey which enhances his mind, body and soul. We believe that in a motivating environment, with the help of visual, auditory and kinesthetic a talent can be polished to create the difference.

Development of Our Little Champs

For young children learning takes place as they touch manipulate and experiment with things and interact with people. We encourage the expression of social and emo onal issues and explore the hopes, fears, angers, joys and friendships of children to promote emotional growth.

At the Cambridge Champs Interna onal children will:
Build healthy and positive self- concepts Be provided with opportunities to enhance social skills Be encouraged to think, reason, question and experiment Feel free to create, take risks, and make mistakes Encouraged to demonstrate good health, safety and nutrition  habits, Respect cultural diversity, Develop initiative and decision-making skills, Be provided with opportunies for physical development.

One World Eduction
At Chambridge Champs International

One World Education Champs International is offering several innovative methods in early childhood education on where young children are considered as CHAMPS and respected as competent thinkers and communicators who are offered many opportunities to engage with a range of resources to improve and challenge their thinking.


Language Development

Children will communicate within a group and shapes and space through exploration & pratice.

Creative Development

To help children to explore and share their thoughts, ideas and feelings through a variety of mediums like art music. movement, dance and role play activies.

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The Nursery Class

In the nursery class, the three-year-olds will begin socializing, reasoning, and developing concepts of their bodies, me and space, Central to the program is play, a child’s way of learning by doing to explore his/her senses and the world around him/her. The goals in the nursery classroom are to provide children the opportunity to learn and develop in the following areas:

The Kindergarten (LKG & UKG)CLASS

The four-year-old is in a transi on period
of great growth and change. According to Piaget, the four-year-old child s ll views the world froma primarily egocentric perspec ve. He/she is, however, beginning to make sense of an external reality,including others around him/her – especially peers. In the pre- kindergarten class, children will foster their inquisi ve nature and initiaves for
independence across all areas of the curriculum, with an emphasis on the learning process rather than the end product.