Our response to COVID-19 and Distance Learning at Neev Early Years

Grow With Nature

Nurturing Independence

Effective Communicators

Respectful Relationships

Expression Through Music,
Movement & Dance

Involved and Engaged



Two-year-olds enjoy using their senses and motor skills to explore the world and are highly curious about unfamiliar objects, events and phenomena.
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AGE GROUP : 1.6 years to 1.9 years

Pre - K

Three-year-olds learn primarily through exploring, using all the senses. They will even persist in completing something that is a bit difficult and can think more creatively and methodically.
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AGE GROUP : Under 3 years


When it comes to learning, four-year-olds are developing greater self-control and ingenuity. Their pretend play is more complex and imaginative and can be sustained for longer periods.
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AGE GROUP : Under 4 years


Five-year-olds are creative and enthusiastic problem solvers. They offer, progressively more of imaginative ideas for how to do a task.
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AGE GROUP : Under 6 years

Our Schools

Unique About Us

Full Day Programme

At Neev, the option of full day programme is designed for children of Toddler and Pre-K from 8:30 am - 3:00 pm. We have seen in the past that the interaction with peers and teachers in a planned and structured manner goes a long way.

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Research Based Curriculum

Over the past twelve years the philosophy of Neev early years education and care has evolved into a set of clearly stated, and closely practiced beliefs. The core belief centers around - the image of child, the environment and the role of an adult.

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Art At Neev

Art at Neev is a serious programme. Even older children first draw and then write. Somehow the world takes away this ability in later years. At Neev, art starts early with an exploration of color and advances into an understanding of art.

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Grow to Read, Read to Grow

Early literacy skills- defined as those, which begin to develop in the preschool years- include alphabet knowledge, letter writing, phonological awareness, and oral language. Moreover, reading aloud has been singled out as the most important activity in acquiring literacy and as a strong predictor of reading success.

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