Department of Kindergarten

Co-Ordinator's Message

Everyone should act up to the motto: Ever help never hurt. Every educated person should engage himself or herself in selfless service to society with humility and a pure heart. All academic distinctions or even observance of spiritual practices are of no use if there is no love in the heart. Help rendered, however small, if it comes from the deeper urges of service dwelling in the heart is as good as the offer of life itself.



The tiny tots of our School displayed innovative and imaginative project on Krishna Jayanthi. The topic was “, Azhvaarkal muthal Adiyavar varai particularly chosen to describe the bhakti towards Lord Krishna.
Lord Vigneshwara, the remover of all hurdles is remembered on Vinayaka Chaturthi day. Our kids enjoyed the celebration. Lord Vinayaka is greeted by his beloved parents Lord Shiva, Parvathi along with Brahma the creator & Lord Vishnu the protector.
Through this children are able to acquire the spirit of Bakthi in their blood and improve the communication skill.


To know the district of Tamil Nadu, One of the themes chosen for the festival by KG department  was “Importance of Thirunelveli.” Thirunelveli a renowned city wherein flowsThamirabarani is known for its multifaceted culture which was reflected in the showcased items.


Singing songs praising God, listening to moral stories, reading and reflecting upon spiritual texts are given importance in this month. Practicing and adopting this, in our daily routine increases our mind power. Knowledge, wisdom, the concentration of mind are the benefits. Our school in its endeavour to inculcate devotion in the young minds had prompted the students of each section to recite a Tiruppavai pasuram and the KG department recently did it and received many accolades.The Marghazi month dedicated to the Lords of our universe was highlighted through Pavai Nonbu.


It was a Christmas and New Year celebration with a difference.Christ stood for love, Love includes loving our Dear Earth where we are given our place of survival.
While the entire world is talking about global warming it was the KG and primary students of our school who came out with a thematic presentation “Be kind to our environment.” It was a Christmas message with a difference – To ensure the security of our future from Global warming, to inculcate the habit of planting saplings and to celebrate the centenary celebration of Mother Teresa, a play was enacted by the children of KG and primary section. A Primary student came in the attire of Mother Teresa and conveyed the message – “Be kind to our environment” to the audience. Finally, New Year oath was taken by our children which emphasised,  on helping our society by keeping our environment clean…


Crackers are an inevitable part of the festival. But however, they have to be handled properly to avoid any fire hazards. So Our KG Department taught the children few simple but very important steps to burst crackers safely for a safe Diwali. Greeting cards and sweets were distributed to the children.

"A Festive look, on Children’s Day."

An inter-school competition was conducted for drawing, colouring, Fancy dress and Recitation, to promote the inherent talents of the Tiny Tots, and the prizes were distributed on children’s day.


Our school children participated and won many prizes in  various competitions like Storytelling, drawing, handwriting, action rhymes, fancy dress and Quiz conducted by our school

Indoor activities

Green day, Milky Day, Toy day, Red day are also Conducted to stress the identification of colors. These activities leave the child a sense of achievement and confidence that stems from independent learning.

Action Plan


The school adopts a holistic approach to develop students’ personality, with the inclusion of Sports and Performing Arts (SPA) into the curriculum. Some of the methods followed, at SRM to ensure all-round developments of children are as follows:

  • SRM KIDS are taught with innovative methods, with individualised attention and guidance to develop their inherent potential with sensitivity to multiple intelligence.
  • Students are taught to uphold their social, moral and spiritual values by affirming the worth and dignity of each individual and instilling in each student a caring attitude towards society during their value education periods. They are also exposed to activities which sensitise them to the needs of the less privileged through caring and sharing.
  • They are taught to respect cultural diversity, belief sand values of all people and to work with a sense of commitment, social responsibility and open mindedness through celebrations without any distinction.
  • Students are encouraged to build life skills such as team spirit to achieve a common goal, develop awinning attitude by accepting failure as another step to success through projects and sports activities.
  • Students are also motivated to express them selves and give vent to/ recognise their potential in different forms of art like music (instrumental/vocal),drama and dance.


  • Studies have shown that maximum brain development of a child happens in its formative years. • The TARA Kids approach ensures all aspects of your child’s growth is taken care of with warmth and affection.
  • In an increasingly competitive world, it pays to have even a slight advantage. To cater to this need, we’ve adopted an approach that stimulates the power of thinking and assimilation.
  •  The students in response feel enthusiastic about learning and as a consequence move ahead towards success.


  • While the major objective of assessment is to measure progress and achievement of students that reflect the effectiveness of the classroom transaction, it also serves as a feedback mechanism for the students.
  • The assessment pattern helps highlight areas where performance can be improved, in concurrence with the concept of holistic development of the student.
  •  Kindergarten follows a non-formal, continuous and comprehensive assessment pattern with both oral and written assessments.
  • Written assessments are done in the worksheets periodically given to check understanding. They serve as practice for students, just like a meaningful assignment.
  • Ongoing assessments that are structured through Auuro kids are conducted for each concept.


Our curriculum is designed to focus on language development, math skills, knowledge and humanities, general awareness, creative arts and crafts, and music helping each child develops a polished personality at a tender age.


  • Providing the right start for emotional and educational growth
  • Developing interpersonal skills
  • Generating and keeping alive curiosity, an essential ingredient for learning
  • Developing a healthy attitude, social awareness, and etiquette
  • Initiation of globally accepted learning methodologies
  • A pioneer in Early Childhood Care and Education
  • We have the largest number of educational institutions
  • The SRM programs, being age appropriate, integrate a cohesive learning pedagogy
  • Our pedagogy is designed to help the children realize their unique abilities in a systematic, synergetic, and self-paced manner.


  • Every child is a gift of God. As such, it’s the responsibility of everyone to treat them with love and care. SRM believes in the same and follows the TARA – Talents, Arts, Recognitions, Awards ideology for its pre-primary wing.
  • Our goal is to respond to the call of creating the emerging leaders of tomorrow. We are committed to impacting a synergy of skills, knowledge, and values in our children to lend them their inner voice for the 21st century.
  •  We envision today’s children as tomorrow’s leadership icons. We have impacted a milestone departure from the teacher-led to the childcentric.
  • Our learning environment enables each child to realize their unique learning style, while our Multiple Intelligence -aided methodology helps them discover their own creative and aesthetic potential.


Social skills Writing skills
Motor skills Mathematics concepts
Reasoning & concept development Science
Language skills Creative arts & music
Reading skills Social studies