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Our curriculum is inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophy which is student-centric. Developed in Italy, the Reggio Emilia philosophy focuses on the image of the child as an explorer. Learners express themselves through the ‘100 languages of children’- a concept that recognises the numerous tools learners use to communicate and are given the opportunity to pursue their own interests.
Additionally, the structure of our courses follow the IB-PYP, reflecting the research of IB world-schools.
The Key Concepts of the PYP are:
Form: Observation, identification and description
Function: The investigation of roles and purpose
Causation: One thing leads to another
Change: The understanding of change
Connection: Relationships within the ecosystem
Perspective: Studying different views
Responsibility: Taking control of actions
Reflection: Examining conclusions