Bhavini Dosshi: Raising global children

The vision of our early childhood education program is to work in partnership with families and the community.

I believe in enhancing the abilities and skills of the whole child, including social, physical, intellectual, communication, and emotional (SPICE) development.

I have a deep understanding of what makes children tick.

My focus is on helping each child develop his/her potential through a healthy mix of educational and recreational activities.

It used to be said that “It takes a whole village to raise a child.”

I believe it takes a “whole team to raise a child.”

Strong community focus

I believe in a strong community focus-oriented approach besides running a business.

The keen sense of community involvement is one of the strongest pillars of my company. Besides being a good citizen of our country, I would like to see our children become good global citizens.

By incorporating ‘green initiatives’ and ‘recycling’ as a part of the curriculum, I believe in inculcating the right attitudes in our children so that they become good global citizens.

Expansion and Enhancement

I am currently running Early Learning Centres in Mangere, Takanini and a state of the art facility opening in early 2018 in East Tamaki.

We are operating two homebased networks and OSCAR program from our Mangere Centre. Our state-of-the-art facilities at East Tamaki and Beach Haven will open later this year.

My work was endorsed at the Ninth Annual Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards 2016, at which I won the ‘Business Excellence in Innovation’ and ‘Best Medium-Sized Business’ Awards. I was also a finalist in the ‘Best Businesswoman of the Year’ Category.


Photo Caption:

Bhavini and Rrahul Dosshi with former Prime Minister John Key and 2degrees Mobile Limited Chief Executive at the Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards 2016 Ceremony.

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