read about us and our leadership
creating a difference
In 2012, Wonderland was started as a project to counter imperfections in the preschool space. With more than 1000 happy, “future-ready kids” and counting, Wonderland offers the right environment & learning opportunities to infants and kids right up to the age of 4.5 years.
Early years set the stage for immense growth and learning. We offer young children the right environment to embark on their journey to development and learning while exploring through play.
We are consistently evolving and improving and therefore, your child will be receiving education informed by the latest and best research. While maintaining the best practises, the school has become well-known for. Wonderland is proud to deliver international standard education while successfully incorporating the positive aspects of our rich Indian culture.
creating a difference since 2012
In 2012 Wonderland was started as a personal project with only 5 children as an alternative to educate young learners as opposed to traditional teaching methods. The founders were the first to admit their child.
By 2013 wonderland had started educating over 80 students
In 2014 the number of children rose to 150
In 2016 wonderland was ranked 4 among Delhi’s most admired preschools.
In 2018 Wonderland was honoured with the Assocham India “BEST SCHOOL IN TEACHING-LEARNING PRACTICES” award at the Education Excellence Awards.
2019 This year, wonderland has taken further steps to introduce the best of globally accredited International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC)along with Montessori.
meet the principal
Ms Shelley Auld was born and raised in New Zealand.
From an early age she wanted to work with young children and train to be a teacher.
Shelley went to Otago University and gained an Early Childhood Education degree and Post-grad Diploma in Child Advocacy.
Over the years, she held a variety of teaching positions and grew into a leader in the early childhood field. Shelley worked for the Dunedin College of Education delivering professional development programs to schools and lectured undergraduates. She also worked for the New Zealand government supporting community playgroups and supporting early childhood schools.
Her first overseas position was as an establishing Principal in Hanoi, Vietnam She moved to Jakarta and was introduced to the International Early Years Curriculum [the IEYC].
She was very happy to be asked to join the IEYC Asia Pacific Training team and the Accreditation Team and enjoyed the extra training that these positions required.
When she left Jakarta, she had a brief time in China. Shelley is happy and proud to be the principal of the Wonderland family.