School exists to develop a child’s passion to learn.

Our Curriculum revolves around 4 core understandings:

  1. The very foundation of education is understanding one’s self and the others around you. It is through Social Emotional Learning (SEL) that we support children on their long journey through life.
  2. When classes are fun, children develop a life-long love of learning.
  3. What we value must be reflected within our curriculum. Because of this, we spend ample time out in nature, and in all classes strive to embrace our children’s creativity.
  4. That hands-on project-based classes teach our children more effectively and allow them to express their own interests far better than worksheets

Our Curriculum design, and teacher trainings come from our many international partner organizations.

Social-Emotional Learning(SEL), Nature Exposure lesson plans, and English as a Second Language (ESL) are all proudly developed in-house and distributed around the world for other schools to use and learn from.

Math Curriculum is taken from the International standards and changed to suit our playful and natural environment.

We extensively use Project-Based learning, in partnership with our international Partners and advisors to expose students to hands-on skills, especially those related to math.

Our Reading and Writing programs are directly supported by our sister school in the USA.

Our Art, Music, And Drama programs are created by our team in conjunction with our International Advisors and the schools they have founded.

Student Evaluation.

Tests are great at evaluating how you will do on the test, and nothing else.

There are decades of research that show that exams and tests do not work. The only reliable solution is the use of Individualized Development Plans(IDPs). In the IDP Teachers evaluate student growth individually and support students in every step of the development. If a student is falling behind, the student will get 1:1 lessons. If the student is showing advanced skills, we build their leadership skills by setting them up as a tutor of their fellow students. In IDPs we look at every child and every skill they possess independently.