Wednesday, 25 July 2018

​​Little Buddy Kindergarten launches franchisee model


26/7/2018

PUNE: Early childhood education is gaining much-needed attention and studies have confirmed improved cognitive functioning in kids during these years of development. Blossoming into this early education landscape is Little Buddy Kindergarten with strong fundamentals. The Little Buddy Kindergarten whose curriculum is sourced from ‘UK Early Years Foundation Stage’, has extended its footprints to Pune.

Elaborating the differentiating factor of Little Buddy Kindergarten, Director-Learning and Development, Ramya Gangadharan, said, “Little Buddy Kindergarten focusses on the holistic development of children and their skills, building and stimulating the natural curiosity and interests by leading them to explore, inquire and discover with hands-on learning. This helps in social development, language development, creative play, imaginative play, physical play, constructive play and mathematics.”

It is to be noted that recently Anganwadi centres across the country have also recognised the need to enhance their quality of education and are inviting Kindergarten programmes to be part of their learning process.

Highlighting Little Buddy Kindergarten’s roadmap for Maharashtra expansion, Ramya said, “After Karnataka, our vision is to establish our footsteps in all 5 historical regions of Maharashtra, i.e. Vidarbha (Old Berar Region - Nagpur and Amravati divisions), Marathwada (Aurangabad Division), Khandesh and Northern Maharashtra Region (Nashik Division), Desh (Pune Division) and Konkan.”

“Our unique end-to-end franchisee model includes setting up of the franchisee and operational infrastructure, on- site teachers’ training by certified trainers from UK, round the year training and functional support, international curriculum, workshops for teachers and parents and IT support along with branding and marketing. We want to ensure our franchisees are the extension of our brand, its vision and philosophy. Our Model provides fastest ROI for the franchisee. We are targeting 50 franchisee units across Maharashtra, Karnataka, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh collectively in this financial year,” added Ramya Gangadharan.

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