Studying is the most basic responsibility of a child as a student. We build structure in the lives of the children by allocating time for them to study and having teachers to guide them in completing their daily homework before proceeding with other activities.
This programme targets to help children discover, develop, and display good character. Children discover good and bad character qualities through stories, videos or even dramas put up by staff and volunteers. They are then encouraged to develop and display these good character traits in their homes and schools.
Learning need not be confined to the classroom. Using an array of creative activities and excursions, we take learning outdoors for children to explore new ideas and experiences. Experiencial learning helps children to better retain new knowledge.
We use journalling as a tool to aid children in self-expression, through writing and drawing. Through this, reflection skills are also imparted to children at a young age, which will enhance their learning and memory abilities.
Children are engaged in meaningful programmes that enable them to discover their talents, especially during the school holidays. We also organize overseas learning trips, where children can cross borders and have the opportunity to broaden their horizons and gain international exposure and a global perspective.