Kuleshwor (Ravi-Bhawan) Wing- (First Children's House established on 2005) Located in the south west part of Kathmandu city at Kuleshwor-Ravi Bhawan Residential Area, the first planned residential area for government officials in Nepal, The children house is comprised up of 4 ropany of land with modern constructed buildings. The area is facilitated with clean atmosphere, peaceful with full of green vegetations in the middle of planned housings, easy access including private water supply. One can easily access and even children transportation facilities are available with nominal charges encourage parent to admit their children even if they are at suburbs.
Well managed transportation systems, trained staffs developed trust. Parent admit their children from the different parts of the area from Kalimati, Teku, Newroad, Kathmandu Ganeshsthan, Naradevi, Chettrapati, Syambhu, Chauni, Bafal, Soaltemod, Balkhu, Kritipur. Oriental colony, Kalanki, Dhungeadda, Civil homes, Thankot Sita Paila, Sanepa etc. The modern building contains air cooler almost in each classroom. The rooms are ventilated in all the directions with larger in size make the children feels fresh and energetic all the day. Large playgrounds, green grasses, abundant play items and meaningful play materials are to be meant for physically and mentally relaxation for the children. Seasonal flowers, trees with seasonal fruits added more beauty into the practical education system where children explore different kinds of outdoor activities. Closed to nature nourishes the tiny brain of the children the consciousness of environment, personal hygiene and the practical life exercises. All the Montessori teaching materials are imported from different countries from Singapore, UK and India has added the quality education system in the Montessori Method of education. All the teaching staffs are certified Montessori trained at the sister concerned BEST's Montessori Training Center are the dedicated employees with their teaching experience background in the early childhood ten years.