Parent Testimonials
The EP class helped in creating awareness about different countries and cultures. This class gave an insight to many new perspectives in terms of class discussions and activities around places, animals, cultures, cooking and general awareness to charis.

I talk to charis about EP class, if not daily, at least every alternate day and he feels he is learning something new and is excited about going to this class. Thought of sharing this with you. Thank you for your leadership at Vivero and everything that you do.
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Pavan , Charis’s father
I remember while taking admissions for last year, Manasi had suggested that I try out the Extended Program for Pavit, to channelize his energy levels. As parents, we had mixed views, considering long hours and Pavit's comfort (attention span). With a doubtful mind, we decided to take a chance with the EP.

I must say, we have seen a lots of transformation in Pavit. To begin with, he has started conversing in English.

I am sure you will recall our conversations where I have told you that he does not share what happens in school, EP or in Daycare. Occasionally, Pavit would say something, which would then lead to a chain of introspection.

For e.g. the other day, he showed me the solar system that was displayed at the first floor stairway in school, while going back home. Then we got discussing and I was pleased to know that he knew solar system and could rattle out the names of a few planets.

Similarly, when I was brewing Green tea, he walks up to me seeing the pack and shares a trivia "Mama, do you know, in China, they drink Green Tea".

When we were watching Kung Fu Panda, he could co-relate the concepts taught in EP and he told us that Panda is the National animal of China and that the Chinese invented Fireworks

When any of us ask him to chew the food well, he knows that when we chew the food well, it mixes with saliva and how it aids the digestive system.

He told us about Chinese new year, Halloween, etc

As a parent, I am amazed, how beautifully you have managed to demystify the plethora of information, some of which involve complex processes, into the minds of these children. I believe, its our responsibility to provide exposure, eventually it is their curiosity and passion that will take this learnings forward. I am happy that I enrolled Pavit for the EP

Request you to include subjects like origami and other art forms, mythology - Indian, Greek, Roman etc - considering kids like story telling.

Even at the childcare, Pavit was introduced to the Water cycle, Life cycle of frog and butterfly etc.

I recall seeing a hoarding that said "Bachpan se bada koi school nahi. ...Curiosity se badi koi teacher nahi", at Vivero with teachers like you channelizes the curiosity of these kids in learning these complex concepts.

Now its the other way round, while there is a pressing need to relocate to Mumbai, you have raised my expectations from a school, due to which I am delaying the movement.

Keep up the good work!
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Nisha Daiya , Pavit’s Mother
I have been thinking of writing to you regarding the Extended Program by your school. You get to know about the efficiency of the program, the moment you see your child interacting with others. The other day I was in Victorious school with my daughter Myra. Myra was able to identify 4 flags that were hung in their play area. This is just one of the most recent incidences. Whatever is being taught in K2 is being accentuated by the efforts taken by Ms. Kanchan. I think she brings a right balance of fun, knowledge n discipline. I can very happily say that Myra has started eating so many things just because she has been making those in her class. This program has helped Myra build up her confidence n General Knowledge. At an age of four, she knows about the Great Wall of China, Singapore's national bird, American flag...and the best thing is she comes up with things in the middle of nowhere. She 'll be like..."Mumma u know I like small burgers...so make it for me..."

So a special thanks to Kanchan for making the program interesting for kids across all ages for uniform grasping of concepts n ideas.
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Shubhra Saxena, Myra’s mother
I have been meaning to write this for very long now but somehow couldn't get to it. So accept my apologies here. I cannot thank you enough for being so supportive of Asher throughout the term and especially on the annual concert day.

Asher is a very happy and calm child but like every other kid and adult, he has his own inhibitions and fears. When it was announced that the pre-nursery kids are going to perform on stage in an auditorium, I had my doubts. Not that Asher did not enjoy singing and dancing, but more because I had seen him getting extremely fearful and uneasy in closed, dark, and loud spaces. I think the auditorium was an epitome of all his fears.

I am not a parent who would sacrifice my child's happiness on pretext of him 'fitting-in' the crowd. We couldn't care less of his performance that day and were more concerned if he would survive this exposure and not have a meltdown.

But everyday he would come with a star, owing to stellar rehearsal, and after you assured that he would be fine if sent early, we decided to go through the concert and not back out. I couldn't help admiring your confidence in my child and how you were willing to go an extra mile to make him feel comfortable.

On the D-day, when I was eagerly waiting for his one sneak-peak, I was immediately comforted by the fact that he was in your arms. He was scared but not insecure and that's because of You! While he was onstage, he was afraid of looking into a big dark space, flickering lights and room-filled sound, but he went on to do the whole piece while he was looking at you and feeling safe that he was standing next to you.

I must say that I was amazed at his achievement. He may not have performed what he practiced, but for us, it was his biggest day! He overcame few of his biggest fears that day and is now capable of being in spaces which are not very comfortable for him. And you are the one who should get the credit for it.

Being the youngest in the class, he took his own sweet time to settle and mingle with his peers but you ensured that he does it at his own will and with confidence. Every morning he gets up and the only thing he wants to do is to go to 'Sejal teacher'. From having bouts of stranger anxiety to non- stop smiling while going and coming back from school, Asher has come a long way and we couldn't be more grateful to you and the school.
Neha Kanaujia, Asher’s Mother (Pre-nursery)
"Varun joined Vivero last year in K2, and must admit that he has really enjoyed his time at VIVERO. As we moved in from the UK, I was a little apprehensive about Varun’s settling in period, at the school. But, it’s been a smooth transition for Varun from day one. The staff is enthusiastic, caring, and motivated. What I liked the most was that they were open to suggestions. The individual attention, to my son's academic and personal development, was commendable. I thank you all the effort. All the very best!”
Rekha G. Nair, Varun Nair’s Mother (Kindergarten II)
"The wisest decision I took three years ago was to enroll my son Revaant at VIVERO International. The school’s inquiry based curriculum, helped him to develop his creative and intellectual faucets. At VIVERO, he has developed a better understanding his strengths, skills and problems solving ability. Revaant has evolved in these three years. He loves to learn, and at times he is sincere enough to take the responsibility of own learning. Credit goes to his teachers, who have helped Revaant develop a strong foundation. I would like to extend by gratitude to the team for their efforts. As a parent, I too have learnt with Revaant.
Rakesh Kumar Singh, Revaant Singh’s Father (Kindergarten II)
We have been associated with VIVERO for two years now; our son Ishaan has attended his K1 at K2 grades at the school. The curriculum and content at VIVERO is of a high standard, and it has done justice to Ishaan's capacity to learn. The focus on sports and extracurricular activities is an added bonus. It has been a learning experience for me, as a parent too. The interesting concepts taught, the support from the staff and Ishaan’s academic progress, has made it a memorable experience me. Ishaan seems ready to take the next step, from pre-school to primary school. Thank you VIVERO for contributing towards Ishaan's most important years of his life!”
Kanchan Pratap & Vishal Pratap, Ishaan Pratap’s parents (Kindergarten II)
"I thank you all (your team and Krisha’s teachers) for such great support. Right from day one I had witnessed the involvement of your teachers with their students. My daughter has learnt tremendously from each of them. The manners and discipline inculcated in her is so much appreciated. I’m in debt to them for the time spent with my daughter in grooming her throughout. Krisha is a changed girl since the time she first joined Vivero last year (when she was not even able to speak properly). Congratulations for a fantastic work that you do day in day out!”
Rajat Ponia, Krisha Ponia’s Father
“Samara has been in VIVERO for over a year, and I have seen a huge change in her. VIVERO’s child centric approach, focused on the overall development of a child, is extremely beneficial. I have seen Samara change into a confident and affectionate child.”
Sveta Bansali, Samara’s Mother (Kindergarten I)
“The teachers at Vivero are extremely friendly; the classroom environment is non-hurried and comfortable. Both my children have benefited, in terms of knowledge and confidence, at Vivero International Pre-school.”
Heidi Heilig, Julia Heilig & Nadine Heilig’s Mother (Kindergarten II & Nursery)
“Gaku loves coming to school, and always comes back home happy saying, “School was Fun” He is learning English, and is now very social. We are very happy with Vivero.”
Ryoko Nakagawa, Gaku Nakagawa’s parent (Nursery)
Vivero allows the child enough time to settle in class along with the parent, which makes transition smoother for the child.
Sangeeta Bellara, Saahit Bellara’s Mother (Nursery)
Aarav has become more social and playful ever since he joined Vivero. He can count from 1 to 10 and recognize capital alphabets.
Mayuri Singh, Aarav Singh’s Mother (Nursery)
I have been meaning to write this for very long now but somehow couldn't get to it. So accept my apologies here. I cannot thank you enough for being so supportive of Asher throughout the term and especially on the annual concert day.

Asher is a very happy and calm child but like every other kid and adult, he has his own inhibitions and fears. When it was announced that the pre-nursery kids are going to perform on stage in an auditorium, I had my doubts. Not that Asher did not enjoy singing and dancing, but more because I had seen him getting extremely fearful and uneasy in closed, dark, and loud spaces. I think the auditorium was an epitome of all his fears.

I am not a parent who would sacrifice my child's happiness on pretext of him 'fitting-in' the crowd. We couldn't care less of his performance that day and were more concerned if he would survive this exposure and not have a meltdown.

But everyday he would come with a star, owing to stellar rehearsal, and after you assured that he would be fine if sent early, we decided to go through the concert and not back out. I couldn't help admiring your confidence in my child and how you were willing to go an extra mile to make him feel comfortable.

On the D-day, when I was eagerly waiting for his one sneak-peak, I was immediately comforted by the fact that he was in your arms. He was scared but not insecure and that's because of You! While he was onstage, he was afraid of looking into a big dark space, flickering lights and room-filled sound, but he went on to do the whole piece while he was looking at you and feeling safe that he was standing next to you.

I must say that I was amazed at his achievement. He may not have performed what he practiced, but for us, it was his biggest day! He overcame few of his biggest fears that day and is now capable of being in spaces which are not very comfortable for him. And you are the one who should get the credit for it.

Being the youngest in the class, he took his own sweet time to settle and mingle with his peers but you ensured that he does it at his own will and with confidence. Every morning he gets up and the only thing he wants to do is to go to 'Sejal teacher'. From having bouts of stranger anxiety to non- stop smiling while going and coming back from school, Asher has come a long way and we couldn't be more grateful to you and the school.
Neha Kanaujia, Asher’s Mother (Pre-nursery)
"Varun joined Vivero last year in K2, and must admit that he has really enjoyed his time at VIVERO. As we moved in from the UK, I was a little apprehensive about Varun’s settling in period, at the school. But, it’s been a smooth transition for Varun from day one. The staff is enthusiastic, caring, and motivated. What I liked the most was that they were open to suggestions. The individual attention, to my son's academic and personal development, was commendable. I thank you all the effort. All the very best!”
Rekha G. Nair, Varun Nair’s Mother (Kindergarten II)
"The wisest decision I took three years ago was to enroll my son Revaant at VIVERO International. The school’s inquiry based curriculum, helped him to develop his creative and intellectual faucets. At VIVERO, he has developed a better understanding his strengths, skills and problems solving ability. Revaant has evolved in these three years. He loves to learn, and at times he is sincere enough to take the responsibility of own learning. Credit goes to his teachers, who have helped Revaant develop a strong foundation. I would like to extend by gratitude to the team for their efforts. As a parent, I too have learnt with Revaant.
Rakesh Kumar Singh, Revaant Singh’s Father (Kindergarten II)
We have been associated with VIVERO for two years now; our son Ishaan has attended his K1 at K2 grades at the school. The curriculum and content at VIVERO is of a high standard, and it has done justice to Ishaan's capacity to learn. The focus on sports and extracurricular activities is an added bonus. It has been a learning experience for me, as a parent too. The interesting concepts taught, the support from the staff and Ishaan’s academic progress, has made it a memorable experience me. Ishaan seems ready to take the next step, from pre-school to primary school. Thank you VIVERO for contributing towards Ishaan's most important years of his life!”
Kanchan Pratap & Vishal Pratap, Ishaan Pratap’s parents (Kindergarten II)
"I thank you all (your team and Krisha’s teachers) for such great support. Right from day one I had witnessed the involvement of your teachers with their students. My daughter has learnt tremendously from each of them. The manners and discipline inculcated in her is so much appreciated. I’m in debt to them for the time spent with my daughter in grooming her throughout. Krisha is a changed girl since the time she first joined Vivero last year (when she was not even able to speak properly). Congratulations for a fantastic work that you do day in day out!”
Rajat Ponia, Krisha Ponia’s Father
“Samara has been in VIVERO for over a year, and I have seen a huge change in her. VIVERO’s child centric approach, focused on the overall development of a child, is extremely beneficial. I have seen Samara change into a confident and affectionate child.”
Sveta Bansali, Samara’s Mother (Kindergarten I)
“The teachers at Vivero are extremely friendly; the classroom environment is non-hurried and comfortable. Both my children have benefited, in terms of knowledge and confidence, at Vivero International Pre-school.”
Heidi Heilig, Julia Heilig & Nadine Heilig’s Mother
(Kindergarten II & Nursery)
“Gaku loves coming to school, and always comes back home happy saying, “School was Fun” He is learning English, and is now very social. We are very happy with Vivero.”
Ryoko Nakagawa, Gaku Nakagawa’s parent (Nursery)
Vivero allows the child enough time to settle in class along with the parent, which makes transition smoother for the child.
Sangeeta Bellara, Saahit Bellara’s Mother (Nursery)
Aarav has become more social and playful ever since he joined Vivero. He can count from 1 to 10 and recognize capital alphabets.
Mayuri Singh, Aarav Singh’s Mother (Nursery)
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