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The age from birth to 5 years is the most important phase of a child's life. Children are born with eager minds uncluttered by preconceived notions, misconceptions and misnomer . It is at this age that they develop interests and passions that become the foundation for the rest of their lives. Understanding how crucial this phase is, it is our goal at FLYING STATION to nurture each child's individuals talent and uniqueness by exposing them to a range of stimuli and development activities that opens their minds and allows them to satisfy their raw hunger for knowledge. We respect that each child learns differently and at a different pace. We let every child arrive at their very own 'aha' moment, gradually and naturally. FLYING STATION breakes the rules when it comes to conforming to the standard notions of a playschool. Running away from force feeding and rote learning, we let the child explore new dimensions. Children learn best when they are engaged and involves and that is the insight which led us to develop a completely interactive mode of learning. Being biologically wired with curiosity, they have a very high quest quotient and we at Flying Station constantly fulfill this desire for knowledge, making the learning process completely organic. To ensure that FLYING STATION is a place where each child's individuality is respected, nurtured and celebrated in a safe and fun filled environment. To encourage every child to achieve their full potential at each stage of development, thereby laying a rock solid foundation and giving them the best possible start in life. To offer a range of development appropriate activities to fuel the unique interest of each child, create an excitement for learning and bring alive their personalities and talent. To partner with each parent to assist us in providing the highest quality care specific to the development and individual needs of their children.