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Klay Preschools And Daycare Brings Classroom To Homes Through Klay@Home Initiative

KLAY embarked on providing one-hour sessions through the week for its children, digitally.

In the light of the developing situation around COVID-19 in India, KLAY Preschools and Daycare, the country’s non-franchised chain of preschools and daycare centres, launched it’s online learning and engagement program KLAY@Home.

As the Coronavirus prompted Indian states to shut down schools in the interest of public safety, parents came under the pressure of looking after their children at home while managing work. With an aim to help its parents solve for the challenge of engaging children physically and intellectually, KLAY embarked on providing 1-hour sessions through the week for its children, digitally. The resources that are being made available are aligned to the KLAY curriculum and are built to enrich the child’s learning based on what has already been taught. The program currently exclusively to KLAY children (2-6 years age group) and includes offline activities to engage the child post the session. 

Speaking on the launch, Priya Krishnan, Founder and CEO of KLAY said, “In such trying times, we at KLAY, have been thinking about how to continue the learning for our children, thereby enabling parents to spend time positively with the family. KLAY@Home is an attempt in this direction. This has been a long vision in the making to support families at home. Additionally, we are working with our community to ensure they are enabled to follow standard hygiene guidelines, cope emotionally during the crisis and use this time positively. We hope families are spending quality time with their little ones and discovering their inner child.” 

So far, the program has seen an overwhelming response with over 2500 parents logging in along with their children to attend each session. KLAY hopes to continue improving the session quality based on feedback from parents. 



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