We believe that teachers are merely the facilitators of learning.
We believe that children learn best when we cultivate an atmosphere of curiosity and exploration.
We believe children need a balance of both active and quiet times.
We believe children need organized activities to learn about new things in their world and also need child-chosen activities to process and internalize what they've learned.
We believe all children are capable of learning with the proper guidance, love, and support.
We believe children learn best when we cater to their learning style.
We believe that children develop on their timelines, not ours.
We believe that in order for learning to be retained, it must be connected to prior knowledge.
We believe in intentional teaching, therefore, everything provided for play has educational value.