Admissions

We understand that choosing a preschool for your child is one of the important decisions you will make, so we go above and beyond to ensure that our admissions process is as clear and hassle-free as possible.

As a globally-focused school, we welcome applicants from across the globe. Admissions to classes do, however, depend upon current vacancies.


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SCHOOL YEAR

Calendar year

April through till end of February

School Timings:

9:30am - 3:30pm

Age groups:

o Preschool Level I - 2.5 - 3.5 years

o Preschool Level II - 3.5 - 4.5 years

Procedure to visit and enroll at Day in a Jar

  • Get a guided tour of the school or attend our open day preschool tour visits. To attend preschool tours other than open days please make a prior appointment with our staff via call, sms or by registering on the website, so that they can make time to take you through the entire school

  • Our preschool tour provides guidance and information regarding our curriculum structure

  • Meet the staff and ask as many questions as required to clarify any concerns

  • Complete and handover the application form, read through the guidelines and policies listed below, provide the list of documents as mentioned below, pay towards registration and fees

  • Please mail / call / message and inform the administrator a day in advance before bringing your child in. This helps them prepare the day to accommodate you and your child’s first day at Day in a Jar

  • Collect the child’s ID card on the first day of the child attending the preschool

  • Bring in spare school clothes and food as required

  • Plan to spend a couple of hours in school

  • Your child’s time at preschool has begun. Now enjoy time off for yourself. We are here to get your child geared up for a successful and happy school time.

We are taking admissions year round based on availability. Unlike regular schools, children will not have a cutoff date prior to them joining the preschool. But, we highly recommend they join at the beginning of the preschool calendar year to best take advantage of the DIAJ knowledge gain experience

Guidelines and Policies

Prerequisite guidelines

  • The child should be potty trained

  • The parents will be responsible to send food and snacks everyday for break time

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List of Documents required

o Passport size photo of the child

o Birth Certificate

o Valid Visa if the child or parents are of international origin

o A copy of the parent/guardian ids

o Proof of address and contact information of the parents / guardians

o Emergency contact numbers - Please provide 2 nos

o If anyone other than the parent is picking up the child please register the details and id of that person with the class teacher or with the admin office. We request you to please keep the staff informed at all times either via email / message in such situations.