The ‘Image of the Child’ as competent powerful, and full of potential is one of the main pillars of our philosophy.

This approach is committed to the creation of conditions for learning that will enhance and facilitate the child’s construction of his or her powers of thinking through the synthesis of all the expressive, communicative and cognitive languages.

We maintain that every child is born with many languages of life, and that these languages are interactive by nature. The process of learning in each discipline is enhanced not only by using the language specific to the discipline but also by using many other languages from other disciplines. We believe that every child is equipped with the exploratory and perceptive abilities to organize information and sensations, and to seek out exchange and reciprocity.

language of mathematics
language of communication
language of teh body
language of drama
language of the visual
langauge of music
humanistic mathematics