Develop critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork and other soft skills through a child-driven process of inquiry, investigation and discovery using the school curriculum as a vehicle. The process of learning is grounded in everyday phenomena to stimulate children’s natural curiosity. The emphasis is on arriving at an understanding of science concepts through the process of teasers, activities, group inquiry and synthesis. Professional development programs that provide a space for educators to refresh their own concepts, experiment, reflect and share.
Preparing children for success in school and life by developing self-awareness, self-management, critical thinking, relationship skills and social consciousness. Multiple modes of development are used to foster these abilities in children, including workshops, classroom discussions, activities, games, arts and service projects. Programs are also organized in career guidance, financial literacy, health awareness to equip children to make optimal career and life choices.
Develop reading, writing, speaking and listening skills through interactive teaching learning methods, exposure to a variety of books and emphasis on reading / writing for communication rather than rote memorization. Facilitate the development of cognitive skills, creativity and social skills and expanding the world of children beyond their immediate surroundings through the power of stories. Develop competence in spoken English through discourse-oriented pedagogy.