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Birla Open Minds Preschool

Welcome to Birla Open Minds Preschool - ''Ranked No. 1 Preschool in Hyderabad & Telangana for two consecutive years: 2015-16 & 2016-17. It is also ranked as No. 9 pan India by Education Today!!Birla Open Minds Preschool has received two more awards - "The Best School Franchisee" by Education World India Preschool Rankings for the academic year 2016-17 and also ranked amongst the top 5 preschools in the standalone preschool category, according to a survey conducted by Digital learning.

Latest News & Events

  • Admissions open for the 'Home and School based program' for the current academic session.Monthly fee payment.

    School Contact Number: 7095773334; / Email:
  • Tuesday, 8th September – International Literacy Day.
  • Birla Open Minds Preschool Gopanpally teachers, Ms. Maithili, Ms. Priya and Ms. Rupal were awarded among the 'Best 25 Teachers' by Edustar which is an initiative by Teachers Help Teachers organisation to honour and respect educators for their contribution in the field of education. They received the certificates in an award ceremony held in Mumbai on 14th September, 2019. Ms. Purnima was also awarded as the 'National Creative Teacher' by CED Foundation Trust during an award ceremony in Delhi on 8th September, 2019.
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    A must read article on Parenting during this pandemic.
  • Parenting Corner :
    Best Discipline Strategies for Preschoolers
    Children thrive on affection from their parents and on activities in the home. There they absorb knowledge about the world and accumulate the wisdom of life. Love and discipline override the negative tendencies that lurk within the lives of children. As they observe their mother and father, they build up an image of what men and women should be and they learn about the differences in each individual's life.

    Here are 3 discipline strategies for dealing with a preschoolers behavioural problems of not listening:

    1. Prevent Behavioural Problems
    The first step to preventing behavioural problems is staying calm and composed when your child misbehaves. Once his / her raging phase gets over, explain what he / she did wrong and why that was unacceptable. Create a model for positive and negative behaviours through actions and reinforce him/her to prevent behavioural problems down the line.
    2. Create Rules
    Creating ground rules sets the tone for every relationship, including one with your child. By creating rules, you define what's acceptable and what's unacceptable. Don't make your house rules too restrictive keep it organic in nature. For example, going to bed on time will help him/her wake up early. Waking up a little early may translate to a bit of playtime before the online school and so on.
    3. Praise Good Things
    Did you spot your child do something good? Praise him/her – at that time. Praising good things reinforces positive behaviours and shows him that he/her is on track. Whether your child is watching TV quietly without disturbing others or playing with his/her peers without fighting or fussing, then those actions warrant praises.

Educational Programmes

The Parent Toddler Programme is a well planned works on the premise of providing the little learners a strong and sure start. This programme is for parents and their tots celebrates the art, the science and most importantly - the joy of parenting. It aims to enrich the parent-child relationship which is often jeopardized by the frenzied rush of modern lifestyle. The children in this program are divided into:

  • Infant Group – 8 months to 14 months
  • Toddler Group : 14 Months to 2 Years

This programme provides a jump start to the parent-child reciprocal relationship and sensorially stimulating activities lead to increased neural connections. In addition, enhanced parenting skills through specialist workshops and the parent support group provide a beautiful impetus to the children's initial learning.


This programme has been specially created for the little children in the age group of 2 years to 3 years. The programme focuses on making the process of learning 'joyful' in a safe and secure learning environment. Though we have well planned schedule for this age group, the schedule also provides the teacher complete flexibility to maneuver the session as per the needs of the children in the class and the facilitator 'moves with the child' at his or her pace. Utmost care is taken to ensure that the children are given experiences that take care of the most important age appropriate life skills required. Skills of dressing up, taking care of own self, feeding oneself, understanding own bowel needs and be able to use the wash room, etc are included in day to day routine.


Children in the age group of 3 to 4 years are like little masters/ miss who are now ready to explore more every day while being away from their primary care givers. The young learners are given the freedom to explore and engage with the caring support of the facilitators. The sessions are all about 'building with them' the learning process. While getting the young learner to build on their intuitive learning process, care is taken that each learner explores his/ her unique learning style too! The facilitator guides and supports the whole process of this joyful exploration.


While catering to the age group of 4 to 5 years, the facilitator is ready to take the young learners to the next level of 'achievement'. The skill sets are by now showing preferences and the need to challenge them becomes imperative. Learning by exploration remains the style where the young learner achieves a sense of fulfillment on completion of a task and this in turn gives him/ her confidence required to move ahead and learn more.


'Excelling at a task' is the focus of the young learner now and for that facilitator works as a motivator. The skills sets by now have evolved and the learner is all set to bring about the finesse into every action. This is best brought out by the repeated practice session ingrained into the curriculum. This is also the stage where the young learner is prepared for formal schooling as the next level and hence given a chance at portraying skills and knowledge on a common platform where the ever important Learning Outcomes of a Preschool are visible.

The Learning Outcomes are displayed beautifully through their thought and actions which are only making them 'FUTURE READY'. Besides these there are many more that the young learner accumulates and all of these go hand in hand.

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