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The impact of Sesame Street

our results

Our approach in action

Sesame Street Preschool represents a new paradigm for India, based on the approach that’s made Sesame Street an icon of engaging education.

We put the child at the centre of everything we do. We encourage each child to achieve their own unique potential. We know that for children to excel in today’s complex and technology-driven world, they will need a new set of skills. Our programmes introduce concepts not as stand-alone subjects but as a wealth of interconnected knowledge. When different streams of learning are taught together, children make more connections—multiplying the benefits to their education. With this interdisciplinary foundation, children grasp advanced concepts more thoroughly during their entire school career.

our curriculum

Sesame Street Preschool programmes expose children to academics through play, movement and exploration. Our curriculum is aligned with the National Curriculum Framework and is structured to cover the six critical domains of development: cognition, language, social, emotional, physical and creative.

  • Our curriculum is informed by the thinking of theorists like Piaget and Howard Gardner. We integrate practices inspired by the work of Maria Montessori and the Reggio Emilia Approach. Combining it all with Sesame Street’s unique methodology that integrates entertainment and education.
  • The curriculum is mapped according to age. Developmentally appropriate outcomes are designed to help a child start by discovering themselves through their school environment and then to relate their learning to the wider world.
  • We follow a unique progression for learning letters, which uses a phonetic way of teaching.
  • In mathematics we move beyond verbal counting and number recognition, by encouraging children to grasp the concept of ‘quantity’- an understanding that numbers are used to quantify things.
  • Our pyramid of learning layers academic skills (eg:mathematics, literacy, science, and social studies) with thinking skills. This approach ultimately contributes to each child’s development of a positive sense of self and identity.