Our team of dedicated and qualified teachers enable the little ones to develop a love of learning and exploring their surroundings. During the school hours, from the time you drop the child at school and pick him/her back, we ensure you that the child is in the hands of well-trained and self-motivated teachers of the school. Meet our teachers:
To understand the need and prerequisite of the early childhood education, we have a panel of experts from the field of education and child development. The expertise of the esteemed panellist helps us improve and provide the best.
Mrs Ranjana Bhargava is the Principal and Director of The Little Scholar Play School, Sector 19 Noida. She started her career with Oberoi Hotels and forayed into education field in 1989.She has over 27 years’ experience in education. She setup The Little Scholar Play School in 1990 and has created an institute of excellence and repute. The Little Scholar was ranked among the top 100 best schools of Delhi and NCR in a survey by India Today group for three consecutive years. Mrs Bhargava is member of National Association of Education for Young Children USA and early childhood Educations of India. She is connected with the Principals of best schools in Noida. She has successfully adopted best practice at The Little Scholar in administration and management, staff recruitment and training, operational management, integration of multimedia, compliance of law pertaining to education and curriculum for holistic development. Mrs Bhargava is a keen learner and upgrades her knowledge. She attended Asian Language workshop organized by Chicago Metro Schools and ‘Getting Ahead’ ideas for improving schools by Advisors from England.
A passout of Calcutta University Mrs. Sangeeta Jha has been associated with The Little Scholar for over more than a decade. She has been a strong pillar towards its growth. The school is an extended family for her and she is an closely involved in its day to day activities.
Ms.Shukla studied M.Sc Child Development & did Masters in Education. She is presently working as Assistant Professor at Department of Elementary Education, Miranda House, University of Delhi. She is also appointed as research consultant on a cross cultural study on prosocial behaviour of young children. Received ARTS fellowship (2008) to attend workshop on ‘Mixed methods of research in cross cultural studies’.Her research interest is to study the processes of construction of knowledge among young children. She has and is currently involved in several national and international projects.
Dr. Asha Singh is M.Sc. (Child Development), Delhi University; M.Ed., University of Ottawa, Canada, P.hD. (Child Development), Delhi University. Her initial work with children and communities helped generate positive attitudes towards diversity. Dr. Singh has combined multiplicity of interests in music, dance and drama with academic and research pursuits in using traditional and new media to study children’s thought. She is keenly interested in arts/theatre in education and promoting theatre in pedagogy among teachers. Specializing in child-related media studies and content development.
Dr.Nandita Chaudhary teaches at the Department of Human Development and Childhood Studies, Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi. She has been a Fulbright Scholar and Senior Fellow of the Indian Council for Social Science Research. Dr. Chaudhary has participated in international collaborations in the area of culture, children’s development and family studies, and continues to supervise research endeavours from India, Denmark, Germany and the US. She has also been an advisor to national and international agencies during her career. She is an expert for the Delhi High Court Mediation Centre for cases involving child custody.
InduKaura, Ph.D., was coordinator of the RajkumariAmrit Kaur Child Study Centre, a laboratory research center affiliated to the Department of Child Development, Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi. She started her career in the Early Childhood Education and gradually extended to the field of counselling. She helped set up Saathi, the counselling cell at the RAK Child Study Centre, which provides counselling services to the college students and also to the families of children attending various programmes of the Centre. Over the last decade, she has been involved with research, writing and administration in the area of research and writing about family studies in India. Dr.Kaura is particularly interested in adolescent issues linked with communication, family relationships, parenting, self and identity. She believes in empowering children and adolescents to voice their views and feelings and strengthen their support system.