Pre-primary education, also known as early childhood education or preschool, is a crucial phase in a child's educational journey. It lays the foundation for a child's holistic development, fostering social, emotional, cognitive, and physical growth. Here in SURYA the focus is on significant impact on a child's overall development. This is done by:

(A) Social and Emotional Development:  With this the children are exposed to interact with their peers and teachers, through play-based activities and learn how to share, cooperate and communicate and develop a sense of empathy and compassion, building the foundation for healthy relationships in later stages of life.

(B) Cognitive Development: It focuses on stimulating their curiosity, fostering critical thinking skills, and enhancing problem-solving abilities with hands-on activities. It also helps in language acquisition, numeracy skills, logical reasoning, and creativity.

(C) Language and Communication Skills: As this is a fundamental aspect of pre-primary education children are exposed to rich language experiences, including story reading, rhymes, songs, and conversations. These activities facilitate the development of vocabulary, listening skills, and expressive language abilities.

(D) Physical Development and Motor Skills: With series of indoor & outdoor play, and activities children’s’ coordination, balance, and growth of both fine motor skills (e.g., writing, drawing, using scissors) and gross motor skills (e.g., running, jumping, climbing), are enhanced fostering overall physical development.

(E) Preparation for Formal Education: So, Pre-primary education acts as a bridge between home and formal schooling. It prepares children for the transition to primary education by introducing them to a structured learning environment.