Giving your child the education they deserve is a big responsibility, and we know you take it seriously.
Our open house approach means various facts:
- We are open to all children. They can pursue individual learning paths.
The whole house is accessible to all children for as long as possible. We do not place children in
a closed classroom for years.
We believe kindergarten is an open door to the world. We aim to provide children with as many real-life
experiences as possible.
Educational areas are open and available all day long. We do not give children lessons every hour;
however, we offer educational areas in different rooms that all run at the same time.
Our structure is open for play because we know that children from the age of 4 to 6 learn through
playing. We like to call it the playing learning child.
Some call it the school curriculum, but we call it the individual curriculum because it is not the same curriculum
for everyone. Each child achieves his/her learning steps at different times and in different ways. Maria
Montessori called this curriculum concept “the prepared environment.” In this concept, the prepared teacher
is the most important component. The individual curriculum is developed within our educational goals
and the child's interests.
School (Grades 1 to 5)
Blended learning is an education model that comprehensively blends offline/online learning, individual/group
work, hands-on activities, procedural activities and indoor/outdoor activities to cater to specific cognitive
and developmental needs of each child. We implement a station rotation model where students get to experience
whole class instruction, small group work and individual work.
We follow American standards, but we developed our own curriculum in-house as a frame
that will further materialize based on students’ interests and everyday experiences.