A nurturing school with loads of fun.

Welcome to RedWood

RedWood is a noble initiative, launched by a professional team which has designed an unique multi dimensional teaching methodology which varies dynamically based on kid's abilities and character.

Dr. Sally Grantham & et al, have proved that the first five years are the most formative years for a child’s all round development though each child has his or her own pace to learn and pick up skills.

We at RedWood, HSR Layout, believe Kids at this age group should be exposed to different models of learnings in a nurturing and a Cozy environment. This will help them to quickly adapt themselves for further schooling and to develop a strong personality.

  • Little Lambs
    Play Group
    20 Month onwards
    8 Class size
  • Bouncy Bears
    3 Years onwards
    8 Class size
  • Tenderhearts
    Lower KG
    4 Years onwards
    10 Class size
  • Shining Stars
    Upper KG
    5 Years onwards
    10 Class size
Day Care

RedWood DayCare, HSR Layout, admits Kids of age starting from 6 month onwards. The day care operational timings is from 8.30 am to 7.30 pm. Young moms, go ahead and build your career. We ensure your kid won't miss the motherly care. RedWood provides veg meals and snacks 5 times a day. It also provides 24/7 CCTV streaming, so you don't miss your kid.


1. CCTV Streaming
2. Balanced & Healthy Meals
3. Fire protection and Safety Drills
4. First Aid Kit
5. Doctor In House
6. Transport Facilities
7. Ample Outdoor Playing Area
8. Grass Pit and Ball Pit
9. Plenty of books, toys and other materials
10. Child care located at a serene and tranquil park facing environment, HSR Layout.

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Why Is RedWood The Best Day Care Play School & Pre School in HSR Layout?

Our classrooms are spacious, well ventilated with ample sunlight.

    • Hygiene

    • Hygiene

      Our classrooms and restrooms are well ventilated, spacious and clean. Our staffs periodically check kids for cleanliness and inspect the whole facility for maintaining the Hygiene.

    • Play Equipments

    • Play Equipments

      The equipments are well designed to improve fine and gross motor skills.

    • Outdoor

    • For Parents

      CCP features like CCTV streaming, Multi meals, long working hours( 8.30 AM-7.30 PM), very minimal holidays, flexi care programmes give confidence to the parents that thier Kids are in safe hands in a peaceful environment.

    • Transport

    • Transport

      We provide Transport facilities at a very nominal cost.


We are a daycare & play school centre located in HSR Layout. The preschool was launched by experienced professionals and perfected on daily basis. We at RedWood, HSR Layout, believe kids at their formative years should be exposed to different models of learnings in a nurturing and a cozy environment. Also we train them to be independent and strong with various activities like stage play, role play and physical activities.

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  • Cozyloud is a great place for my daughter to start her schooling experience. It’s welcoming and safe and my daughter loves being there.

  • I have a 1 year old child who have been attending now. I can not tell you how much I adore and appreciate all of the wonderful staff.

  • I have to say that I have 2 children ages 5 and 2 and have used various daycare’s in Kindergartens and this is by far the very best I have ever used.

  • RedWood is a great place for my daughter to start her schooling experience. It’s welcoming and safe and my daughter loves being there.

  • This letter is to recognize you and your staff for doing an excellent job teaching my son. His skill level is significantly better since attending RedWood.

  • I have to say that I have 2 children ages 5 and 2 and have used various daycare’s in Kindergartens and this is by far the very best I have ever used.

Day-to-Day Care of Young Children’s Brains

Develop a warm, caring relationship with children: Show them that you care deeply about them. Express joy in who they are. Help them to feel safe and secure.

Serve-and-return: Like a tennis match, how you respond to a child’s cues and clues makes a world of difference in their learning. Notice their rhythms and moods, even in the first days and weeks of life. Respond to children when they are upset as well as when they are happy. Try to understand what children are feeling, what they are telling you (in words or actions), and what they are trying to do. Hold and touch them; play with them in a way that lets you follow their lead. Move in when children want to play, and pull back when they seem to have had enough stimulation.

Recognize that each child is unique: Keep in mind that from birth, children have different temperaments, that they grow at their own pace, and that this pace varies from child to child. At the same time, have positive expectations about what children can do and hold on to the belief that every child can succeed.

Talk, read, and sing to children: Surround them with language. Maintain an ongoing conversation with them about what you and they are doing. Sing to them, play music, tell stories and read books. Ask toddlers and preschoolers to guess what will come next in a story. Play word games. Ask toddlers and preschoolers questions that require more than a yes or no answer, like “What do you think…?” Ask children to picture things that have happened in the past or might happen in the future. Provide reading and writing materials, including crayons and paper, books, magazines, and toys. These are key pre-reading experiences.

Encourage safe exploration and play: Give children opportunities to move around, explore and play (and be prepared to step in if they are at risk of hurting themselves or others). Help them to explore relationships as well. Arrange for children to spend time with children of their own age and of other ages and support their learning to solve the conflicts that inevitably arise.

Use discipline to teach: Talk to children about what they seem to be feeling and teach them words to describe those feelings. Make it clear that while you might not like the way they are behaving, you love them. Explain the rules and consequences of behavior so children can learn the “why’s” behind what you are asking them to do. Tell them what you want them to do, not just what you don’t want them to do. Point out how their behavior affects others.

Establish routines: Create routines and rituals for special times during the day like mealtime, nap time, and bedtime. Try to be predictable so the children know that they can count on you.

Become involved in child care and preschool: Keep in close touch with your children’s child care providers or teachers about what they are doing. Occasionally, especially during transitions, spend time with your children while they are being cared for by others. The caring relationships they form outside of the home are among the most important relationships they have.

Limit television: Limit the time children spend watching TV shows and videos as well as the type of shows they watch. For very young children, there is no research evidence suggesting TV helps children learn. For older children, make sure that they are watching programs that will teach them things you want them to learn.

Take care of yourself: You can best care for young children when you are cared for as well. Learn to cope with your stressors so that you can help your child learn too. Your child’s well-being depends on your health and well-being.

Parent Corner

In the interest of smooth operation of the center to provide the best possible care and safety, and ensure good citizenship, the following policies are in place:


First day at School

On the first day the parent will accompany the child to RedWood. Check out what interests the child. Once the child is taking interest on an activity and gets busy with some activity, the parent can leave. The child may cry as soon as he/she realizes that the parent is not around. We assure that we will call the parent if the child is crying for long.

Sometimes the child enjoys the activities on the 1st day and cries a lot on the second day or following week. Don’t be alarmed. Just talk in a re-assuring manner and make the departure quickly. If the parent says bye & then lingers if the child cries, this teaches the child that crying will keep a parent longer. Parting may be difficult for both child and parent, and the teacher understands.

For Your Child’s Comfort

Infants and Young Toddlers should be sent to school in diapers. Parents must also ensure adequate diaper supplies are provided to school at all times. Our teachers keep checking frequently to ensure diapers are clean and dry and change them regularly. Potty training is started when we assess the child to be ready.

As little children are prone to spills, we request that parents keep 2 changes of clothes in the school at all times.In the interest of keeping the school safe from infections for all children, the parents are requested to not send their child to school if he/she displays any of the following symptoms:

1. Sore throat or cough

2. Runny nose

3. Aches in head or stomach

4. Any skin rashes

5. Upset stomach

6. Fever

School Hours-Pick up and drop

Parents are requested to respect the timings of the school. Please drop and pick up the child on time. None other than 20 year of age is authorized to pick up a child from RedWood campus. Anyone other than a child‘s parent must show proper identification to be able to pick up the child with prior intimation to RedWood by parents. Transport will be offered by RedWood in selected areas (around 3-5 kms surroundings from the school)

Parental responsibility

1. Children who come with you or an adult authorized by you must deliver them to RedWood’s staff. Your child will be sent only with the adult who will possess the authorization from the parents. If not, he/she will not be handed over

2. Please notify the staff if your child is going to be absent for any reason.

3. If the child is absent due to illness or any other reason for more than 3 days, parents are requested to inform RedWood or notify us in writing

4. Parental participation in the school is very important to us. Parent feedback are important and welcome at all times.

5. School closure may result when there are severe weather conditions or any political or social problems/strikes

6. Speaking to the adult/teacher at the time of dropping or while picking up your child or during school hours is not permitted. You must call the office and make prior appointment to meet the respective teacher at both your convenience.

7. Change in telephone numbers or address should be reported to the office immediately. Your child’s safety in the event of an emergency could depend on the accuracy of this information.

8. Anything requiring our immediate attention has to be notified to the office.

9. Please check the child’s bag for circulars or last minute changes in plans. Children should be dressed in comfortable clothes.

Field Trips and Picnics

Field trips will be scheduled on specific days. You will be notified well in advance. In case of illness please do not send your child.

All children must dress up in their RedWood T- Shirts and jeans pants with socks- shoes on the field trips, picnic or any outing.

Snacks and personal belongings

We believe that children need healthy food for their growth and development; hence snacks that are nutritional are always recommended. Please avoid chips and chocolates to school.

With regard to personal belonging of the child the school will not be responsible for any property lost. To avoid such losses make sure that everything that the child carries are properly labeled and ensure that kids are not carrying any valuables.

Birthday at RedWood

We celebrate RedWood kid’s birthday in our unique style. The child can bring chocolates to distribute among their class. Any kinds of gifts to fellow child/teacher are strictly not permitted.

Parent Tips

"Parenting is one of the most interesting and rewarding experience of our life. So we need to spend considerable time preparing to bring our children into the world."

Indeed, raising children today is arguably challenging than ever before. It is therefore justifiable on their part to be well versed with the latest trends, gadgets and wares that one needs to be equipped with to be a ‘good’ parent. Besides fulfilling the primary requirements that child needs which is, love, care, food, clothes and shelter a good parent will help the child to succeed in life.

A child’s behavior and needs change in different stages of his life. A toddler’s needs are different from a pre-teens and a teenager has his own set of unique needs. The role of a parent is of utmost importance as the child looks up to his parents. Therefore it is essential for parents to monitor the behavior of the child, understand his unique needs and come up with solutions to the problems he faces.

In this section, we will focus on the common issues facing preschoolers (Children in the age group of 1.10-5 years). We will also dwell on the steps a parent needs to take for a child’s well being. A healthy parent-child relationship will ultimately reflect on the child making him a well-rounded individual.

Parenting Guidelines

Parental warmth, care and acceptance are pivotal ingredients in effective parenting. Never belittle your child for he/she will learn to resent you. Kiss your child, pat him, hug him/her and say “I love you”. Establish a regular weekly routine for doing something special with your child, even if it’s just going out for a walk in the park.

Be an active listener. Encourage questions and probe when needed. Showing your willingness to listen will make your child feel more comfortable about opening up to you.Introduce your child early to age appropriate books by reading them a story, or showing some good pictures. This will build a strong foundation to early reading skills. They say lap university is the best university

Encourage your child to take up a hobby or sport that they will enjoy them to let loose and have fun not something too competitive.

Tips to find right day-care pre school for your kids

Whether you choose a formal day-care centre, play school or a preschool, there are some basic things you should know and insist upon. To help you make this all-important decision, we've talked to mothers and other experts who have been in the child-care trenches. Choose wisely. These points will help you:

1. When you're visiting a potential site, pay attention to how the staff interacts with the children.Ideally, a caregiver should be on the floor playing with the kids or holding one on her lap. In their early years, babies need close, loving, interactive relationships with adults in order to thrive. That's why it's especially important that babies first caregivers be warm and responsive, and that even in group care, infants and older babies get a healthy dose of one-on- one time.

2. Babies need consistent, predictable care. It helps them to form a secure attachment to their caregivers. If you're considering a centre, find out how long the current caregivers have been working there. Ask for a commitment.

3. Find out whether you share parenting philosophies on topics such as discipline (Do the caregivers use time-outs, scoldings?); television (Is the TV on all day or used sparingly, if at all?); feeding (What snacks or drinks are provided for older babies?); sleeping (When are naps offered? How are fussy babies put to sleep?); and so forth. Inquire about the sick-child policy (What symptoms prevent a child from attending?).

4. Drop by and spy. While word-of- mouth referrals from other parents or trusted resources are important, you need to look at a place for yourself to assess whether it meets your needs. Of course,any child-care environment should be kept clean, childproofed, and well stocked with sturdy books and toys that are age-appropriate.

5. Keep talking. Until your baby can talk, you will be relying on what the caregiver tells you about your child's day. Make sure you can communicate comfortably with each other. When you first hand off your child in the morning, you should tell the caregiver how your little one slept the night before,if he is teething, and whether he ate breakfast. At the end of the day, you'll want to know similar information, such as the number of diapers he went through when he napped, and if he seemed happy overall. It's always preferable to speak to the caregiver in person. If that's not possible, ask if there's a convenient time to phone, perhaps at nap time.

 Hoping to see your little angel soon because we at RedWood know what it is to be a parent.


Contact Us

  • Postal Address
    PreSchool & Day Care HSR Layout - RedWood
    #28, 18th Cross, 9th main, (Behind McDonalds), HSR Layout Bangalore, Karnataka 560102

  • Phone & E-mail

    Mobile : +91 78994 62200
    DayCare : 080 41103450
    Email : admin@redwoodpreschools.in

  • School Servicing Hours

    School - Monday to Friday
    9.00 am – 2.00 pm
    Saturday & Sunday Holiday

  • Daycare Servicing Hours

    Daycare - Monday to Friday
    8.30 am – 7.30 pm

    Daycare - Saturday
    10.00 am - 4.00 pm

    Sunday Holiday

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