Learning environment

Our classroom arrangement invites children to engage in personal, meaningful, educational experiences. Children explore and build social relationships.

The classroom organization of materials and equipment supports our daily routine—children know where to find materials and what materials they can use. This encourages development of self-direction and independence. There are learning areas based on a reflection of the children's natural interests and developmental levels, as arts area, house area, music area, etc.

Our team supports children’s active learning by providing a variety of materials, making plans and reviewing activities with children, interacting with and carefully observing individual children, and leading small- and large-group active learning activities. Our indoor and outdoor environments are designed to encourage experimentation, learning and fun!

Outcomes for Children

Our mission is to encourage children to actively use creative representation, language and logic to achieve decision-making, negotiation, and problem-solving skills.

  • Children develop self-confidence, initiative, creativity and problem-solving skills.
  • Children learn about social relationships, maths, science and technology, reasoning and language.
  • Children develop positive attitudes to self, others and to future learning.


Based on the work of child psychologist Jean Piaget, our method provides engaging developmentally appropriate activities that encourage children to become confident, competent and life-long learners.

  • We are an alternative to the traditional system.
  • We use active learning curriculums and we develop assessment tools to track children’s physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development.
  • Our team follows regular training from our partners around Europe and the USA.