Children must be taught how to think, not what to think - Margaret Mead
We are driven by our desire to share our vision for the educational future of today’s children.
We believe that an ‘education’ is not confined to the classroom, or to a teacher’s syllabus, in the same way that ‘learning’ is not a task that ends with graduation.
We believe that successful schooling should foster the instinctive powers of imagination, curiosity and intellectual flexibility that are the privilege of childhood.
We know that the child who is allowed to take autonomy of their inherent and unique talents becomes a successful adult.