• Enroll your child today at Sri Lanka’s first ever student focused early learning centre


    The time to begin preparing children for the challenges and demands of the future is when they are young. Children in the early years are curious and excited learners. It is our responsibility as parents, educators, policymakers, and administrators to create learning experiences and environments that tap into that natural curiosity and excitement. This includes not only supporting emerging skills in reading, math, science, and social studies, but also most importantly, the 21st century skills of critical thinking, collaboration, communication, creativity, technology literacy, and social-emotional development. Children need to begin to develop the early foundation skills that will help them reason, think creatively, analyze data, and work collaboratively in the future.


    Children are capable of expressing their creative thoughts and feelings through many activities, including painting, writing, drawing, sculpture, drama, dance, movement, and
    scientific exploration. Creativity can be expressed in many forms such as how a child approaches a task or a new problem. Part of creativity is learning to innovate. Innovation with young children is how they test their
    thinking and interact with their world. Children often start by imitating observed behaviors and begin to innovate using novel ideas or solutions if typical approaches do not work.


    Problem solving involves the ability to generate and execute a solution to a problem. Problem solving occurs when a child uses trial and error to solve a problem until a successful solution is found. This includes imitation and observational learning by observing others and using their
    problem-solving approaches; sorting and classifying to compare, contrast, group, sort, and categorize objects; using logic and reasoning to generate solutions to problems based on rules
    generally accepted as true; and, planning and sequencing to develop and follow a multi-step plan in order to achieve a goal.


    Listening, speaking, storytelling, and sharing thoughts and ideas are all communication skills. Children learn through listening to others and hearing stories. They imitate languages they hear, body language, facial expression, and eye contact. Children gain an understanding
    of themselves and the world through communication. Strong early communication skills are directly related to later literacy success. Developing strong patterns of both verbal and nonverbal communication also foster positive self-esteem and social skills.


    Collaboration is how children begin to build friendships and work with others. Young children initially watch others and eventually share or play together. As they get older, they become aware of other children’s feelings and ideas. Young children are motivated by acceptance and they learn to respect others, make compromises, and appreciate each other’s perspective and skills when engaged in collaborative activities. Learning these skills early has the benefit of supporting positive interpersonal relationships

  • Mini Me follows a student centred learning model where the educational process is based on the students . Unlike the traditional education model where a teacher lectures from the front of the classroom, Child centered learning is focused around inspiring students to take charge of their own learning.

  • Our STEAM-based Curriculum

    Our students rotate through multiple learning environments including culinary, art, science, dramatic play, and our media center. This ensures daily exposure to STEAM-based learning, which uses a hands-on, systematic approach to teach science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics while developing both problem-solving and critical thinking skills.

    At Mini Me we aspire to give your child the attention they deserve. What sets us apart is our knowledge in not just teaching pre schoolers but training youngsters at primary & secondary education levels to continue to excel. This understanding of future expectation at schools helps us prepare our Mini Me for the challenges that lie ahead.

    One teacher for five children

    Children will then be able to receive the support they need through out the class.

    Personalized learning for reading, math & communication

    Each child will be provided with a 1 hour private learning class for reading and math

    Hybrid teaching approach

    Early learning syllabus will have a mix of Montessori teaching techniques and student centered learning interventions

    Qualified Teaching Staff

    Our team includes qualified teachers in the field of early learning & child psychology.

    Child friendly classroom

    All our classrooms have an attached toilet facility and has all the necessary amenities and space to carry out interactive lessons

    Personalized record for each child

    Key incidents and learning will be tracked for each child and will be shared with the parents

    Exploration & outdoor activity time

    A weekly outdoor activity will be organized to ensure kids get a chance to explore and experience nature.

  • Contact Us

    There's nothing like seeing one of our Early Learning Centre in person! Schedule a visit at a MiniMe and a member of our Admissions Team will contact you soon with details.

    No 431/7 Havelock Road, Colombo 6