Childhood is a period of rapid growth as children seek means to learn and achieve ; they need to nourish their developing mental abilities. Young children need a sound base of experiences that is essential for later learning, a strong sense of self -esteem and excitement & curiosity for learning. It is during this time that children develop higher order thinking skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, creative thinking, societal thinking, reflecting thinking etc. Our Curriculum is planned and developed to create such experiences for your child.
Inquiry, as the leading pedagogical approach in the classroom, is recognized as allowing students to be actively involved in their own learning and to take responsibility for that learning. Inquiry allows each student’s understanding of the world to develop in a manner and at a rate that is unique to that student. It is recognized that there is a role for drill and practice in the classroom. Yet it is felt that teaching to the fullest extent possible about central ideas, that are concept based, leads to the most substantial and enduring learning.