A child’s behaviour in the kindergarten is a recording of the teacher’s observation within a sensible framework. It is an attempt to describe the unfolding nature of the child. Our teachers are very alert and work with extreme care to avoid any slip into the conventional mould of categorizing or classifying children according to a set of criteria. It would help parents get a sense of their child in an environment very different from the home. It is the first time the child is part of a large group of similar-age children. The parents would acquire help from our teachers in the form of recommendations and suggestions which serve to guide them through the growth of their child. The ultimate aim of our KG section is to enhance the child’s observation ability, alertness, awareness of surroundings, sense of wonder and curiosity, listening and ability to work practically through situations.