• Open and inclusive spaces that reflect openness to learning.
  • Enduring respect for children as thinkers and explorers.
  • Structures and processes ‘led’ by children, experiential education, collaborative work and skilful feedback.
  • Choices with a purpose that define children as individuals far more than their abilities.
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Q. Is our library equipped with up to date books, toys, magazines, periodicals etc.

A. We are pleased to say that our three libraries are a very busy and favorite space of our children & teachers! Well stocked with age-appropriate reading material, these provide a space where children discover meaningful relationships with the written word and a fantasy world. Older children are often seen widening their knowledge base through research books, encyclopedias and other reading material.