About Us

Happy feet is an exciting activity based learning day care centre. It has been created to build confidence, knowledge in a fun filled environment to stimulate child development in areas including language, physical, cognitive, social, emotional and creativity skills.Our classes are designed specifically to be developmentally appropriate and to function on a multi-sensory level, visual, auditory and kinesthetic (touch based) activities.


Organised Time Table

A well-organized timetable helps children establish routine and structure.

Free play

Free play in school promotes creativity, socialization, and problem-solving skills.

Arts and crafts

Arts and crafts promote creativity, imagination, and self-expression.

Story time

Storytime promotes literacy, imagination, and cognitive development in children.


Yoga promotes physical and mental well-being and relaxation.


Library provides access to knowledge, literacy, and learning resources.

Quiet time

Quiet time promotes focus, concentration, and relaxation in children.

Structured play

Structured play promotes social skills, problem-solving, and teamwork.


Music promotes creativity, cognitive development, and emotional expression in children.


Dance promotes physical fitness, coordination, and self-expression in children.


Sports promote physical fitness, teamwork, and sportsmanship in children.

Group activities

Group activities promote socialization, collaboration, and problem-solving skills in children.

Outdoor play

Outdoor play promotes physical fitness, creativity, and exploration in children.

Happy Feet works on Areas of Child Development

Physical development: Includes muscle coordination and control, growth in size and in proportion. Example: A child rolling over, lifting his/her head or sitting up.

Cognitive development: The ability of the brain or mind to take in and process information. Example: A child recognising their name or recognising a parent, recognising that when they shake a rattle it will make noise.

Social development: A child learning and discovering the expectations and rules for interacting with others. Example: A child smiling at mother, sharing a toy with a friend.

Emotional development: The ability to recognise and understand feelings and how to respond to them appropriately.example:a child feeling love for another person.

Language development: Increasing ability to comprehend and express using verbal and non verbal means.

Moral development: Increasing ability to know right from wrong.