‘The Sixth Element’, a Pre-School, Day Care and Evening Activity Centre is designed as a fusion of the five elements – Vayu (freedom and far reaching presence), Aakash (boundarylessness), Kshiti (positive and down to earth attitude, stability), Tejas (drive, passion and confidence) and Jal (peace and harmony) to engender the sixth element: ‘the spirit of enquiry; the unbridled joy of being’ through play, discovery and exploration.
Our daycare facility is setup primarily to address the needs of a nuclear and mobile working population. The increasing trend of single child families; lack of continual and reliable domestic care and extended hours at work are some of the reasons why parents opt for our daycare programs.
We believe that we are partners in enabling your child’s physical, intellectual, and social development.
Our daycare facility is setup primarily to address the needs of a nuclear and mobile working population.
Our evening activity centre seeks to engage young minds in a multitude of outdoor and indoor activities to help them uncover their hidden talents
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‘The Sixth Element‘, a Pre-School, Day Care and Evening Activity Centre is designed as a fusion of the five elements – Vayu (freedom and far reaching presence), Aakash (boundarylessness), Kshiti (positive and down to earth attitude, stability), Tejas (drive, passion and confidence) and Jal (peace and harmony) to engender the sixth element: ‘the spirit of enquiry; the unbridled joy of being’ through play, discovery and exploration.
Entrepreneurial; Conceptual; Innovative; Impatient to try out new stuff and make a difference! Extremely child centric and high on research. Jyoti has a background in psychology and management.
Bulbul as she is commonly called, is the backbone of the school – what it stands for and delivers. A firm believer in the capacity of a child, she is the force that drives us to surpass boundaries.
Dr. Raj Grover has done her Masters in Education and is a doctorate. She was the Principal of DAV College of Education for Women in Karnal for 23 years and was given the Best Principal Award of the best College of Education
Amazing indeed! I was awestruck when Kabir came home and explained the barter system too.
And he also keeps talking about all the freedom fighters. The latest one being Rani Laxmi Bai. Thanks team Sixth ElementAmrita Grewal Mother of Kabir
We are very happy with the complete Sixth Element School, Staff & Didis. The admission process was very comfortable and want to Thank everyoneKoji & Akiko Kusumoto Mother of Kanta Kusumoto
I wished to say my sincere thanks to everyone at Sixth Element. It is with a very heavy heart that I am withdrawing Abir from the school. Mahesh and I immensely appreciate that you were very accommodating to our needs and expectations. The environment at the school assured us of his safety and learning. I positively recommend the school to all.Vandana Phadke Mother of Abir Wadhwani
Nabhansh being awarded avid reader award…thank u Sixth Element for cultivating the seedLeena Vadia Mother of Nabhansh
Akira was saying “Water ko sun pee leta hai aur evaporation hota hai phir condensation hota hai.” I was amazed to see her using these words.Harpreet Kaur Mother of Akira Bhel
Agastya has been telling us about evaporation and condensation. It’s sooo cool to see them growing up and learning new things every day.Divya Seengal Mother of Agastya Kashyap
Also wanted to share that Praneel, last evening while it was raining, said “it is condensation “… He could say so clearly such a long word.Garima Singh Mother of Praneel Singh Chouhan
Thank u all for boundless love and care.
You have been such a blessing…Dharna Aneja Mother of Heyan Aneja