Nashik, a bustling city in the state of Maharashtra, is now home to a state-of-the- art playschool that is capturing the hearts and imaginations of parents and children alike. The 'Pink and Blue Paradise,situated at the Boys' Town Public School Campus, Nashik, is a play school that is a child's paradise. With its modern amenities, unique outdoor spaces, and an unwavering commitment to child safety and happiness, this establishment is a dream come true for both kids and their parents.

A Vision Realised:

The 'Pink and Blue Paradise' is the brainchild of Mr. Ratan Luth, the Chairman of the R.S. Luth Education Trust, which includes renowned institutions like Fravashi Academy, Fravashi International Academy and Boys Town Public School and Junior College, this visionary project aims to provide an exceptional learning and growing environment for toddlers and young children.

A Wonderland for Young Minds:

What sets 'Pink and Blue Paradise' apart is its dedication to creating a holistic learning space for children. The playschool is equipped with state-of-the-art teaching and learning tools, ensuring that every child receives the best possible education from the very beginning. In addition to traditional classroom settings, it offers an edutainment room designed to stimulate young minds and foster a love for learning.

Endless Play Opportunities:

Children at 'Pink and Blue Paradise' have access to a diverse range of play equipments, both indoors and outdoors. From swings to slides, painting easels to climbing frames, the playschool is a haven for playful exploration. The lush turf provides ample space for physical activities, games, and picnics, while the extraordinary forest area is an enchanting addition, adorned with life-sized 3D animals, sure to spark the curiosity and imagination of toddlers.


Safety and Comfort:

Every nook and corner of 'Pink and Blue Paradise' is meticulously designed with the safety, comfort, and happiness of the children in mind. From childproofing the premises to maintaining high standards of hygiene and sanitation, the playschool prioritises the well-being of its young charges. A team of dedicated and experienced educators ensures that children are not just safe but also nurtured in a warm and caring environment.


Fostering Lifelong Love for Learning:

The playschool places a strong emphasis on early childhood education. The curriculum is carefully crafted to provide a balance between play and structured learning. This approach ensures that children develop a lifelong love for learning, setting the stage for their academic journey.


Dedication to Educators:

At the 'Pink and Blue Paradise,' the commitment to providing exceptional early childhood education extends to the educators as well. Tutors in the early years section undergo extensive training to ensure they are well-equipped to create a nurturing and stimulating environment for the children. Here, educators aren't just instructors; they are treated like] family, fostering a sense of belonging and teamwork that ultimately benefits the young learners. This approach not only ensures a high standard of teaching but also promotes a close-knit and supportive community within the playschool.


Community and Parent Involvement:

'Pink and Blue Paradise,' believes that the involvement of parents and the local community is essential for a childs growth. The playschool organises regular events and activities to foster a sense of community and encourage parents to actively participate in their child's education and development.

'Pink and Blue Paradise,' is not just another playschool; its a world where children can explore, learn, and grow in an environment designed to nurture their creativity and curiosity. With a strong focus on safety, education, and community involvement, its not just a play school; its a stepping stone to a bright and promising future for Nashik's young generation. Under the guidance of visionary leaders like Mr. Ratan Luth, this playschool is a testament to the commitment to providing the best possible start in life for the children of Nashik.