Oi Playschool has proved it once again that, it is much more than just a playschool!


We are proud to announce that, Oi Playschool is now certified as an ISO 9001:2008, Quality Management Systemscompliant organization. This certification is accredited by Quality Control Certification in association with UASL, UK.

ISO 9000 is a family of standards related to quality management systems and designed to help organizations ensure that they meet the needs of customers, shareholders and employees. The certification of compliance with ISO 9001:2008 recognizes that the policies, practices and procedures of our organization ensure consistent quality in the services and work product we provide to our customers.

To become certified as ISO 9001:2008 compliant, Oi Playschool underwent a 1 month evaluation process that included development of a formal quality management system (QMS), management systems review, employee training, process documentation, establishment of process metrics and a pre-audit initial assessment; all of which are required to be in compliance with the ISO 9001:2008 standard. The process culminated in a successful registration audit by Quality Control Certification accredited by UASL, UK and a certificate of registration was issued to Oi Playschool on June 20th , 2013.


This is the moment for us to truly relish upon. We thank you for all the support extended in making us reach to this level.

Three ways to inspire your child:

'Inspiration' is essential for people of all the ages. Inspiration means different to different people, but ultimately it is something that drives people towards a certain goal in their life that can be a short term or a long term goal. As a mom you can inspire your child in many ways in their day to day activities and help them achieve their smaller goals in life.


Though your child goes to preschool and is independent enough to do his/her things, your presence and involvement in their day to day activities will further boost their level of involvement.


As a mom you can start doing the following things to start with,


1.Do things together:

It’s always easier to send children away on a trekking camp or to dance classes. But when you do something together, the emotional  reward is higher. Your kids pick up your values and attitudes. Demarcate one weekend per month, or all weekends, for family activities. Quality time still means a lot.

2.Read inspirational books:

Read with, and encourage your children with motivational books like the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, or biographies of individuals they admire. There is all types of inspirational literature — books of quotations and biographies suitable for children of all ages.

3.Encourage specific traits:

Help children build on their strengths by encouraging good habits and  attitudes. Instead of the standard, ‘Good job’ or ‘Congrats,’ a comment like, ‘Your painting looks beautiful because you spent so much time paying attention to detail,’ can help your child see what her strengths are, and encourage her to develop specific intelligence.