Who We are

Happy Feet Montessori house of children is a dedicated to provide an enriching and challenging educational environment where each child is motivated and encourage to explore and grow to hi/her full potential socially, emotionally and academically

“Education is a natural process carried out by the human individual and acquired not by experiences in the environment”

~ Maria Montessori

Why Us

  • The child should feel happy to spend the happy hours at happy feet and we provide such a nurturing environment.
  • We develop gross motor coordination and time motor skill.
  • Individual attention is given to each child.
  • We develop elementary and voluntary movements and muscular memory.
  • We encourage children to develop themselves independently.

Our Aim

At Happyfeet our aim is to bring out the best in each child and to provide children with experiences that lay a foundation for learning through the Montessori framework. Montessori curriculum has been proven highly successful all over the world. Our school has a bright, inspiring and a purposeful learning environment which allows the child to explore and become independent.

We provide a range of opportunities in music, arts and physical activities besides academics. The teachers at the Happy feet each highly qualified in their field are extraordinarily dedicated mentors.

Our Facilities

  • Montessori equipped classrooms
  • Quiet sleeping area for rest and relaxation
  • Medical support
  • Outdoor support
  • Children’s library
  • CCTV surveillance ensuring safety of your child
  • Transport facility available


There are special Montessori materials for the five main areas of the curriculum.

Practical Life Activities

The main aim of these activities is to help the children care for themselves and their environment. Activities like - folding clothes, how to sweep/mop, how to wash hands, how to button a shirt and the like are part of practical life activities.

Sensorial Activities

The main goal of this area is to help children become aware of the various sensory experiences (visual, auditory, tactile, gustatory and olfactory) and their ability to observe, compare, reason and problem solve


To help children develop reading and writing skills. The Montessori approach is child centric. Children are therefore not forced into reading & writing. It takes place gradually and we expect parents to have patience and faith in the curriculum. The method assures you that your children will be avoid writers and fluent readers by the end of the journey.


Children program from a concrete to an abstract understanding of qualities and their symbols. They develop exactness, reasoning and problem solving qualities.


Children are enthusiastic learners. They are exposed to various things like art, music, science, geography, cooking, plant/animals life which are part of culture. The teacher guides the children through these activities sequentially.


Play is a serious business for children. During play it is seen that children

  • Are involved in what they are doing;
  • Almost always initiate the activity on their own;
  • Experience intrinsic joy;
  • Express curiosity and shows the urge to explore.

Play for fosters

  • Mastery of body control
  • Exploration
  • Creativity
  • Social skills
  • Emotionally balance
  • Language skills


The Montessori approach is holistic and aims to develop the whole child. Fundamental to the approach is the belief that a child’s early years from birth to six are the most important years of a child’s life. They have the greatest capacity to learn. The Montessori approach is a hands-on approach. Children learn best by doing. The classroom is well prepared and equipped with Montessori materials. Teachers allow the children to choose their activity of interest and work at their own pace.A three hour uninterrupted work cycle is followed, allowing the children to explore their materials thoroughly in an unhurried atmosphere. They work at a pace that is comfortable for them.