The Shri Ram Wonder years versus The Shri Ram Early years

‘The Shri Ram Wonder years versus The Shri Ram Early years’. We had covered this question as part of one of the query on Go4Reviews forum.

Both schools are related to Shri Educare Ltd.

The Shri ram group of schools were constantly facing the heat of  growing popularity of play schools that educate a child during his or her early learning years in a completely unorganized manner. They found that while they would want the child to study numbers and alphabets in a value based manner, the child has already known them during play school days for the sake of it.

So, they forayed into teaching methodology and independent curriculum building for play schools.

The wonder years is more play driven and experiential while the early years has a defined teaching methodology and an independent well defined curriculum. Both allow the child the freedom to develop his/ her own personality within the framework of the school format.

Wonder years was adopted by Shri Educare while Early years is its brain child.

In short, go for Early years if you plan to go for Shriram formal schooling. Wonder years has a decent feedback and can be choosen independent of your formal school planning.

Last updated: July 12, 2018 at 16:28 pm

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3 thoughts on “The Shri Ram Wonder years versus The Shri Ram Early years

  • July 13, 2018 at 11:03 pm
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    Shriram Wonder years has won some awards but early years is far more organized

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  • July 13, 2018 at 11:02 pm
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    If I ignore the shriram part, which of the 2 schools is better?

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  • July 12, 2018 at 6:35 pm
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    Thanks for clearing the confusion. There is real lack of knowledge among parents on the topic.

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