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The early years are the most crucial time in a child’s life. At this stage, they are curious, eager to learn, and absorb everything around them.

At Play and Learn, we understand that every family is different, every child is unique. That’s why we have created a learning environment of love and care, where every child can absorb knowledge, blossom, and thrive at their own pace during these important early years.

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We’ve got happy children at Play and Learn and happy parents too!

Tani loves going to school. There has never been a day when there was a struggle to get her to school. On weekends and holidays, she wonders why she's not in school. This is mainly because of the bond and friendship all the caregivers have fostered with her and other kids through age-appropriate activity and learning. This has helped to build her confidence and also her social and behavioural skills. It's great value for money as well. Well done, Play and Learn team, for all the care and attention.

— Mrs. T. Owolabi (Tani's mom; age 2)
My opinion of Play and Learn is a feeling of home away from home. The atmosphere is very cosy and the school is constantly looking neat. The teachers are all very friendly, caring, and always have a smile on their faces. I feel very comfortable leaving my daughter here as I know she is in capable hands. I will recommend Play and Learn to every parent looking for a fun, friendly environment for their child in early years.

— Mrs. Alaere Acholonu (Renna's mom; age 3)
An amazing and conducive environment for kids. We love Play and Learn!

— Mrs. Omo Ikazoboh (Dante's mom; age 3)
My son has spent a term at Play and Learn. The results I have seen in this short time have been phenomenal. My son who started school at 3 has caught up with his peers who started earlier. The Play and Learn style they have chosen to impact knowledge on children is the best way to ensure a good foundation and a lasting impact on children of these ages. What I also find extremely remarkable is the dedication of the Proprietress; she is at the school from start to finish 96 out of a 100 times. One hardly finds such dedication and passion these days. The ambience of the school is always refreshing and you are left with the impression that things were properly thought out to ensure that the children get the best care and attention.

— Mrs. Folusho Nwamara