Todden by the Numbers

22 years

of Inspired Lifelong Learning

550 Community

Students + Teachers + Staff

8:1 Ratio

Student Teacher Ratio

73% Faculty

with advanced degrees

Our New Campus

Our Programs

At Toddler’s Den, we have designed programs for children aged 12 months to 6 years. Toddlers between 12 months and 20 months visit the centre thrice a week along with their parents as part of our parent toddler program. Play group and older children attend the centre daily and indulge in a variety of age-appropriate, immersive learning experiences.

Parent Toddler

As a part of our parent toddler program, toddlers along with their parents attend experiential sessions for 2 hours thrice a week. Because the program is the first socialising agency for most children, the focus is to provide a warm supportive environment filled with opportunities to develop sensory skills, motor skills, creativity, and cognitive abilities.


Our Play Group program is designed as the first independent adventure for children. The group meets for three hours everyday and the program focuses on providing a secure and stimulating environment that encourages experiential learning through sensory, creative, social, physical, and cognitive engagements.


Our Pre-K Program is designed for children aged 2.5 to 3.5 years. Children spend four and a half hours everyday engaging in diverse activities to advance their skills in core pre-academic areas including literacy, math, and science, and in social and emotional development areas, including empathy, health and well-being.


Our comprehensive Kindergarten curriculum is spread over 2 years (K-1 and K-2) and is based on the IB-PYP. Children focus on 4-6 central ideas through the course of the year asking questions about who they are, the world around them, sharing the planet, and how the world works. Children spend 5 hours a day at school.

Our Whole Child Development Framework

At Toddler’s Den, our team of educators, researchers, engineers, and young parents has defined our own unique approach to early childhood development. Our pedagogical philosophy is inspired by the IB PYP, the Reggio Emilia Approach, the Montessori method, and the Creative Curriculum. Our whole child development framework is built around 8 foundational skills.





Science & Technology

Language & literacy

The Arts


Our Approach to Technology

Technology has transformed every aspect of our lives.
Even though students spend none to very little time in front of a screen. technology is very deeply ingrained in the Toddler Den classrooms. Our teachers integrate technology in their classrooms to achieve:
  • Deeper learning
  • Personalisation
  • Better Communication
  • Meaningful Communication