The “golden years” of elementary school often hold a special place in people’s hearts. Reflecting back on your own schooling, chances are you can easily recall that “special
teacher” who was able to foster a love of learning, who shared your enthusiasm and natural curiosity, and who respected you both as a person and as a learner.
we pride ourselves on developing these same types of relationships with the whole school community by placing great importance in the development of our rigorous
academic program, core values, and social and emotional learning. Progressive, proven teaching and learning strategies are melded with our thorough curriculum and carried out by our faculty of expert, experienced educators to ensure that students are best prepared for an ever-changing world.
by our faculty of expert, experienced educators to ensure that students are best prepared for an ever-changing world.
Our aim is to build each child to become a competent learner in a caring community – a thinker, creator, feeler, problem solver and doer. Our inquiry approach to learning is founded in research and we believe that there must be clearly stated goals and objectives established collaboratively and supported by teachers, administrators
and parents. Our program:
- Is a well-defined, balanced curriculum that involves students in purposeful, relevant and challenging activities.
- Ensures a balanced curriculum by also highlighting science and technology, social studies, modern language, health and physical development, visual and performing arts.
- Involves the ongoing assessment of students and evaluation of lessons/activities.
- Encourages each child to reach his or her full potential within a challenging inquiry-based curriculum based on high expectations.
- Recognizes that children have individual needs, and that their learning styles and rates of development vary.
- Encourages each child to think critically and independently and to develop a love of learning and self-motivation, by attaining academic and personal goals.
- Forming students who uphold the cultural value of devotion to older people as the primary value for building character.
- Uphold creativity to improve the quality of education, among teachers and students.