A Child’s most important years of learning begin at birth. A child’s brain at this age is making connections that will last the rest of their life the environment of the young child influences the development of various skills DISHA SCHOOL provides your child the building block for their academic journey learn important social skills and interact with others through individualistic and group work activities.
At DISHA SCHOOL we provide a child centered sensory rich environment that focuses on learning in a positive, fun, play filled environment.
Teaching with Difference
Experienced and Caring Teachers
Clean and Hygienic Environment
Getting into the right preschool is never an accident, it is an out come of the right decision at the right time. Disha Education Society provides an environment which is warm, safe and fun-filled.Learn more
Ashu loves to come to school. She is fond of her friends and learning. Shilpa maam is her favourite. Play ground is her favourite corner in school. Ashu enjoys rhymes. We appreciate the effort the school management and teachers invest in each child. Thank you, keep up the good work
Our son, Meet , has shown lots of improvement like things he want to do and speaking in sentences and playing with more curiosity. Thanks for cooperation and the support provided to develop his skills. As for suggestions want to have library for carrying books to read stories to be borrowed sometimes. Thank You !
Watching Khushi grow every day show interest in so many activities, I know that it’s Disha Education Society as a school and the hard work of the teachers who have brought these changes. Thanks a lot for developing Khushi into the kid she is.”
We have seen visible improvement in Siddharth`s behaviour after coming to school. He is willing to come to school every day and he has started being more inquisitive. Thanks to his teachers Shruthi and Sonali. The portfolio is a very good recall of his progress. Thanks for this initiative .
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