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Pallavi Model School was founded in June 1994 by the Shalivahana Group. The group has promoted the Pallavi Educational Society with the sole objective of Providing competitive academic standards to the children of the twin cities. The parent school was founded in 1994 at Hasmathpet, Bowenpally. The second branch is located at Alwal. The School is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education. The School started functioning from 1st July 1994, with 37 children, and Rapidly grew in strength to 4000 students by 2013. On popular demand a third branch is being set up at Boduppal and will function from the academic year 2014. We believe in the holistic development of a child and religiously aspire to do so. The teacher student ratio is 1:18. The school follows an “Open Door Policy” and there is A free communication between the staff and parents for the betterment of the child.
Last four decades have witnessed an unparalleled burst of scientific study on infants and toddlers. Pallavi Kidz is a prodigy of Pallavi model schools in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. The visionary leader Mr. komaraiah, through the experiences gained through 20 years of successful Educational entrepreneurship ventured into franchising and adventing into �Pallavi Kidz� Preprimary learning to make it more meaningful and affordable.
Pallavi Kidz provides sufficient learning opportunities that will help children to Develop their multiple intelligences. Through play, meaningful life experiences as Well as sensory, exploratory and interesting activities, child’s holistic development Is fostered. The Basic Principle of our Curriculum is “Child Development” and “Child Learning” The core value of early childhood education lies in child centeredness. Research Suggests that pre-primary education is very important for the development of young Children before they enter formal school (Kaul 2002). It helps in Cognitive Development of children at the early grades of primary education and it has strong Bearing on attendance and participation of children once they enter primary school.