Northern Europe’s Preschool Chain 'Dibber' Enters India

Opens 3 centres in Bengaluru, 1 each in Hyderabad and Pune; plans to open 20 schools by March 2024

Northern Europe’s preschool chain Dibber has entered India offering Nordic pedagogy, an emerging curriculum of choice. Dibber has launched three centres in Bengaluru, one each in Hyderabad and Pune and plans to open 20 schools by March 2024 in Hyderabad, Pune, Gurugram, Kochi, Kolkata, Chennai and Mumbai.

Dibber was founded by two passionate educators, Randi and Hans Jacob Sundby in 2003. Dibber provides learning techniques such as the 'Seven Learning friends' – Jumping Jack who promotes a healthy and active lifestyle, Hearty Howard who promotes kindness and empathy, Woody Woo who encourages experiencing the wonders of nature, Rhyming Roger who helps with reading and literacy, Colour Palette who encourages to express the creative side, Counting Conny who teaches counting, concepts of time, space, measurement, colours, shape etc and Play Penny who focusses on importance of play in the early years. It also follows the 'Dibber Heart Culture' that promises a balanced and enjoyable learning journey. As part of The Dibber Way, the school partners with parents to make the learning journey collaborative and ensure that the same is also reinforced at home. 

Dibber schools are spread over 4000 sq ft and have infant rooms with nursing areas, diaper changing stations and outdoor areas for children. 

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