CORE Education opens first New Zealand based early learning centre in India

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai |

The partnership aims to bring together CORE Education’s mission to transform education and Sun Global Director Solai Mani’s desire to make a difference to Indian education.

CORE Education in partnership with Sun Global Services recently launched KiwiLearners Early Learning Centre in Chennai, India.
 
The partnership aims to bring together CORE Education’s mission to transform education and Sun Global Director Solai Mani’s desire to make a difference to Indian education.
 
KiwiLearners Early Learning Centre is led by New Zealand early learning expert Jocelyn Wright and is based on the principles which underpin Te Whariki, the New Zealand Early Childhood Curriculum. “New Zealand has a world class early childhood education system that we believe should be shared with the world. We are delighted to bring KiwiLearners to India and, we believe, to be the first New Zealand based early learning centre on the continent” said CORE CEO Ali Hughes.
 
Based in the Neelankarai suburb of Chennai, the centre will cater for up to 70 children aged 2-5 years, as well as a child and parent playgroup for young babies. “We believe that parents are at the heart of the child’s first steps in education, our philosophy is to support parents to be involved in the centre as it enriches the learning experiences for all children.” said Centre Director Jocelyn Wright.
 
The centre is currently taking enrolments and will open for children on January 17, 2014.
 

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