About Pinnacle Dreams

Pinnacle Dreams was designed, constructed and built from ground up with two important things in mind – Safety and Providing the best quality of childcare services which will help the child to face the fast paced, constantly changing and technology driven world. Our focus is education and fostering an early love of learning in nurturing and caring environment.

Our Approach

We are committed to nurturing happy individuals. We are committed to supporting the growth in children’s minds, bodies, and souls, through an integrated, holistic curriculum that challenges and elevates all aspects of the child. Our educational philosophy is based on the image of the child as being infinitely curious, capable of complex thinking and ripe in making connections.

We believe that learning is an active process and not the transmission of pre-packaged information. We want children to be active participators in their own learning for which we provide them with multiple ways of expressing themselves. Our approach is inspired from global best practices in early years teaching and learning with a focus on developing the all important attributes of grit, empathy, collaboration and a growth mindset in children from an early age.

Children’s right to play is central to our value system. What children need to achieve their true potential is an environment that piques their curiosity, leads them on a journey of exploration and provides them with warmth and wonder. And hence are creating centers of learning where children love to come every day and where educators are empowered to make a genuine difference in a child’s life.


The Pinnacle Dreams Early Childhood Curriculum defines an integrated approach to teaching and learning for children of ages 2 years to 6 years. The purpose of the program is to establish a strong foundation for learning in the early years, and to do so in a safe, caring, play-based, and academically enriching environment.

We believe that children learn best when they can inquire into areas of their interest through meaningful interactions with adults and peers. Engaging young children through play-based inquiry helps create a natural love for learning in them. At Pinnacle Dreams, educators embed opportunities for learning through play – indoors and outdoors, through structured and unstructured play. Play helps children build strong communication skills, self- regulation, social skills, persistence, creativity and problem-solving skills.

Young children’s understanding is apparent in what they say, what they do, and what they depict.

Therefore educators at Pinnacle Dreams constantly strive towards encouraging children to express, share, and perform their understanding. They document information about children’s learning through notes, photos, video and voice recordings, and interactions with children. Educators put together Learning Stories, which are rich records of children and their understandings, as observed by educators, throughout the school time. Snapshots of learning journeys are created and shared with the parents.

Principal’s Desk


At Pinnacle Dreams, we understand and appreciate each child’s individuality and unique development process. Our whole child development framework focuses on developing 8 key foundational skills in children. The learning objectives to be achieved across each of these areas of development are mentioned below:

  • Cognitive Development
  • Social & Emotional Development
  • The Arts
  • Social Studies
  • Science & Technology
  • Math
  • Language & Literacy
  • Physical Development

We believe learning takes place in the context of relationships. When relationships are supportive, children can demonstrate their intelligence, creativity, and problem- solving abilities.

It is the role of the educator to facilitate positive relationships between the adults and children involved in the classroom. Our educators focus on creating supportive social structures that underlie every interaction and learning experience at Pinnacle Dreams. These supportive social structures reduce problem behavior and create conditions for competent behavior in children.

Other Specialties

  • NTT (Nursery Teacher Training Program) –

In the context of rapid socio-economic development, the present education system is not adequate to meet the growing demands of the diversifying economy, thus the Teacher Training should not be seen merely in terms of creating positive attitude towards work and general increase in the skill base among the students and also as a strategy for giving a full package of competence required for getting wages and self-employment.

  • Day Care Centre
  • Evening activity hub