Building Partnership for Learning
In embracing 21st Century learning, awareness and participation of all parties in relation to the learning outcomes of learners are crucial. For parents the challenge is connecting their aspirations for their children to their learning activities in schools. For teachers the challenge is engaging students and parents in ways that connect to real world experiences. For children the opportunity is to experience the sophistication of 21st century learning and teaching in an environment that foregrounds fun and childhood instead of testing and assessment.
Our Practices for Learning
Understanding and respecting the context of the individual provides a basis for situating their learning appropriately. Developing from this foundational understanding grounded in values and identity provides a way of linking the thinking skills across the dimensions as identified relevant to the 21st century. Supporting learning through the toolset lens of design thinking through project approach provides a basis to ground cultural and values relevance and sensitivity in the perspectives of challenge based thinking around global issues.
Explicit focus on 21st century practices provides a direct connection between learning experiences in the classroom and real world problem solving.
Critical thinking refers to the process of actively analyzing, synthesizing, evaluating and reflecting on information gathered from observation, experience, or communication. It is thinking in a clear, logical, reasoned, and reflective manner to solve problems or make decisions.
Creative thinking is a way of looking at problems or situations from a fresh perspective that suggests new or original solutions. It can be stimulated both by an unstructured process such as brainstorming, and by a structured process such as lateral thinking.
Collaborative thinking skill happens when children work together to analyse, inference, evaluate, ask questions and discuss.
Communicative thinking is the ability to express meaning through reasoning, connecting, and representing.
Character building is nurturing good attitudes and behaviors in a child’s character.
Citizenship education instill in children the values, attitudes and behaviours that support responsible global citizenship.
Project Approach is a child-centred, child-initiated investigation teaching approach. The children are actively engaged in investigation and applying knowledge and skills, making decisions and choices on all aspects of their work.Learn More
Project Based Learning
Project Based Learning is a teaching approach in which children gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an authentic, engaging, and complex question, problem, or challenge.
Problem Based Learning
Problem based learning is child-centred approach in which children apply their knowledge from different disciplines to solve a specific problem. The process allows the children to develop desirable skills and attitudes.
Design Thinking Process
Design Thinking is a design methodology that provides a solution-based approach to solving problems. The five stages of Design Thinking are Empathise, Define (the problem), Ideate, Prototype, and Test.
Understanding the custom (traditions and rituals), beliefs and values of a group of people.
Understanding the beliefs, behaviours and practices of different faith or religions.
Understanding who a person or a group is and what makes him or them different from others.
Get your children future ready at home
A brand inspired for children with their parents to create a magical moment of learning especially when they spend time together. With the tagline of “Spark the Interest”, we strive to ignite sparks of interest in STEM by penetrating all layers of society through various platforms designed and promote an awareness throughout the nation that STEM is beyond capable to bridge the diverse range of areas.
Programmes at Schools
Get your children future ready at schools
Little Scientists is an exploration and play based three-years program that engages young children from aged 4 to 6 of the wonders around them.Learn More
Euler Maths is a hands-on and play-based three-years programme for young children. The spiral curriculum designed to build a strong foundation in Mathematics.Learn More
Toddler programme has 8 everyday Science themes incorporated with fun-filled animated nursery rhymes, early Mathematics and Science activities and experiments.Learn More