We engage our learners in a series of projects and activities centered on their interests and needs, igniting their curiosity, and encouraging them to look for answers to a wide range of questions. Learning is meaningfully connected across disciplines to help children develop a strong set of foundational academic skills such as reading, writing, and mathematical thinking, required for learners to think independently and to express themselves.
Our Early Years program supports each child’s natural development, valuing the role of play and the intuitive choices children make as learners. We understand the interconnectedness of sensory and physical development to the cognitive, social, and emotional growth of every individual.
As the learners progress through Grades 1-4, their self- confidence will grow. Our focus on inquiry, and self-directed learning will empower them to take decisions, make choices, and build resilience. They will learn to apply and connect their learning in meaningful ways to the world around them.