Interpretive Learning: Children are taught to reason and interpret information through problem solving techniques, role playing and rule based learning.
Field experience: Learning is made kinaesthetic, tangible, interactive and social through thematic field trips and onsite demonstrations by specialist practitioners.
Project based: Learning occurs in a project based environment to develop role definition , responsibility, planning, systems implementation and goal setting – essential leadership skills.
Personalized Teaching: Flexibility to accommodate different learning styles so children may explore to expand their boundaries: auditory learners are tested orally, kinaesthetic learners are encouraged to move as they learn.
Holistic learning: Meditative techniques.
Reading as gateway: Effective implementation of methodologies and reading applications for accelerated and self driven reading.
Living language: Children who are confident in expressing themselves meaningfully through multiple modes of expression.