Which Group is your Child eligible for ?

We have grouped our students as follows:.

  • UKG-2nd (Kindergarten-Junior school)
  • 3rd-5th (Junior school)
  • 6th-8th (Middle-school)
  • 9th-10th (High-school)

Do you need more help ?

Please read the general FAQs about the Brainweave Program.

In case of any other questions, please feel free to contact us below.

We provide classes in 4 different ways.

  • One-on-one session
  • Group of 3 Students 
  •  Group of 6 Students
  • Group of 9 Students


  • They are capable, confident, independent and responsible. Peer relationships, particularly relationships with friends of the same gender, are important to school age children. Children gain independence and competence quickly. Friends become more important and influential. A child’s self-confidence will be affected by the academic and social challenges presented in the school environment. That’s the importance of peer relationships in grade-schoolers as they learn from them, compete with them, and that’s one thing helping in their development. They need to connect and learn from their peers. They also provide them with emotional support, helps in enhancing their personality.
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  • General intelligence tests suggest that there may be no overall differences between male and female cognitive ability. But there do appear to be gender differences in brain development and competency on specific cognitive tasks. Boys have larger brains, but girls’ brains mature faster. Hence, IQ tests aren’t gender biased..
  • As kids mature, the parenting challenge is to find a balance between keeping them safe, enforcing rules, maintaining family connections, allowing them to make some decisions, and encouraging them to accept increasing responsibility. They help them get involved in different sets of opportunities and activities to help them build their overall personality, creativity levels, increase IQ & knowledge and encourage fitness. They must follow their child’s lead and respond in a predictable way. They must also use appropriate discipline without harshness. Despite their rapid growth and development, they still need parents and caregivers to set limits and encourage healthy habits..

Yes, it can.  Your level of EQ is firm, but not rigid. Our ability to identify and manage our own and others’ emotions is fairly stable over time, influenced by our early childhood experiences and learnings. Ways to improve:

  • Helping cope with negative emotions and channelizing all their free time into something productive.
  • Helping improve vocabulary: Focus on becoming a stronger communicator in school. Emotionally intelligent people tend to use more specific words that can help communicate deficiencies, and then they immediately work to address them
  • To help them understand their stressors one on one.
  • Helping them practice traits like optimism and how to take even failures positively and bounce back from that.


  • The best time to test it is from age group 5-8 yrs and it becomes stable around 10 years.
  • Although heritability of IQ can range from 57% to 80% but researchers have found that it’s possible to raise your intelligence through certain brain-training activities. Training your memory, executive control, and visuospatial reasoning can help to boost your intelligence levels..
  • If we take the dictionary meaning of it, it’s basically a particular attitude towards or way of regarding something; a point of view. But actually, perspective is the way people see life, including the way they approach life and all there is in their personal experience. 
  • Children will be better able to understand others’ perspectives when they grow up knowing their thoughts, feelings and experiences were understood and respected. 
  • It builds self esteem in them and plays role in developing emotional quotient from an early age.
  • Sex differences in the brain are reflected in the somewhat different developmental timetables of girls and boys. By most measures of sensory and cognitive development, girls are slightly more advanced: vision, hearing, memory, smell, and touch are all more acute in female than male infants.
  • According to researchers, aggression tends to grow faster in boys from as early as 2 hence they must be taught how to control that emotion.
  • The curriculum design is the same but what changes are few add on lessons on girls and boys to address other kinds of development too. For eg. At the age of 10 making them aware of puberty and actually having open conversations and considering their perspective too. 
  • We take in consideration 10 aspects required for holistic development. IQ, EQ, SQ, CREATIVITY, PERSONALITY, PERSPECTIVE, FITNESS, KNOWLEDGE, LANG. & COMMUNICATION SKILLS AND LIFE SKILLS. We have designed our curriculum in a way that would help your child develop these traits in a positive and impactful way so that they not only achieve success in school but also in life.
  • Teaching academic courses which are already taught wonderfully by these organizations isn’t our goal. Enhancing the skill set required to excel even in academic courses is what bw is focussing at.
  • We believe connecting the child to oneself through mindful activities, meditation and relaxation techniques is much needed in today’s fast paced world. This is how we would go about our curriculum for SQ.
  • We want children to look beyond their point of view, hence we have not just self perspective taking activities but also: peer-perspective, teacher-perspective and parent-perspective. Once people can view the issue and situation both from their own perspective and the other persons’ perspectives, they can more easily find mutually beneficial solutions. Perspective-taking also communicates that one really understands their thoughts, feelings, and needs.

Activities that include the following:

    • Balance
    • Coordination
    • Body structure improvement
    • Body composition
    • Endurance
    • Muscular strength
    • Aerobic capacity
    • Flexibility
    • Power
    • Speed
  • We have opportunities like BW social wherein your child can take up social activities like teaching the under-privileged and even getting certified for it, BW kits which includes all necessary course material your child would be required to use per months along with BW add-on kits that include interesting puzzles of different IQ levels and books as per recommended acc. to their age group. BW Grow is an opportunity for your child to order puzzles, books and BW merchandise. BW interact is where the child would be participating in IQ, knowledge and fitness activities and can win exciting prizes along with credit points added to their milestone achievements. This will also help them to connect with other BW birdies. BW cafe is our initiative to get your child to meet the other BIRDIES offline, connect with them, play as well as improve their communication and socialization skills.
  •  Yes, Anytime. BW help was designed that way so that you may approach us anytime for any sort of help.
  • We would first encourage them to enroll in one-on-one sessions, give special attention, include them in BW INTERACT and then get them back to the group sessions. They would have counselling sessions more oftenly than the rest.
  • Yes we have BrainWeave ABA for that.
  • Of Course he/she will be missing on the skills set covered on that day in the form of fun activities but this won’t hinder their growth as the next class does not depend on the previous one. New skill sets are being taught everyday. But our suggestion would be- DON’T MISS IT!
  • Parental involvement is the key to student success. It can make positive differences at all age levels.
  • Our program runs 6 days a week that is Tuesday-Sunday.
  • Your connection with Brainweave would not be of a limited period. We remain united with you till your child grows wholly, prospering as an individual; hence, reaching his desired milestones. Hence, your child can continue with us till class 10th.

No. We have grouped our students as follows:

  • UKG-2nd (Kindergarten-Junior school)
  • 3rd-5th (Junior school)
  • 6th-8th (Middle-school)
  • 9th-10th (High-school)

1. Classes will be taught by Practical Demonstrations, in pure activity based interactive sessions. 

2.  21st Era Intervention

3. Tab labs for students

4.  Smart parenting programs

5.  Teacher’s training programs

6.  Competition and challenges (Questions will be given and the child should complete the the answer in the given time)

7. Structural method of teaching.

8.  Focusing on individualized attention of students

9.  Well trained teachers should be appointed ( impact on experience)

10.  Focus on knowledge-based and skill-based activities

11.  Interaction with other students

12.  Engaging in dynamic activities such as project-based learning, peer tutoring, or lively discussion.

13.  Standardized, age-focused education.

14. Free Practice exercises

15.  Well-Stocked and Well-Used Library.

BrainWeave not only assists children but also guides the parents in improvement of their own lives (as well as parenting skills) by being able to take part in several affairs/tasks designed particularly for enhancement of parents along with necessary counseling sessions by the various psychologists in the team differing in their specialties in respective fields.