A good team, a clean – safe – beautiful environment, plenty of natural resources to interact with, a passion to work with children and lots of love, are what we believe are the ingredients to creating learning spaces that inspire children to be learners for life.

A common thread that binds us all is our ‘Passion for Children’; we all have felt and believe that childhood is more than ‘being taught’ and we want to contribute to the way we look at childhood and education.

We always have our thinking hats on – we are constantly challenging our own boundaries and stepping out of our own comfort zones. Overall, as a team, we have a very high innovation quotient which enables us to create an environment that is creative and fun and inspires children to experiment and experience while knowing that they are safe.



Dr. Suchika Gupta

Dr. Amol Deshmukh

Ankur Gupta

Monika Meghani

Sarabhjot Singh



Dr. Suchika Gupta


Sayalee Mothghare

Seijal Swamy


Janki Muley

Administration Team

Ashwin Balpande


Jigar Joshi

Prashant Kakde

Board of Advisors

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Susan Griss


Sonya Phillip

Shweta Malhotra

Dr Suchika Gupta

Director, The Children’s Garden Preschool

MBBS, MRCS, MBA, Early Years Education Expert

TTT – Kinaesthetic learning, a Minds in Motion approach  


Suchika trained as a Doctor and Surgeon in India and UK. An MBA from Imperial College Business School, London she is a Rajiv Gandhi Scholar and has a broad-based experience having worked in India, UK and Germany. Having worked with children most of her career in the capacity of a trainee paediatric surgeon and as an educator, she is a keen learner of development in children. She has more recently trained herself in early years education and teaching of curricula through creative movement.

Suchika is committed to create change in how school education is organised in India. She is a mother of a young girl and understands the concerns of parents who are committed to conscious parenting and also of those who are torn between choosing a progressive way to learn versus the traditional way of schooling in India.