Our approach is based on the concept of neuroplasticity, which means that the brain has the ability to continuously form new connections and learn. All our activities are designed to address the unique needs of each child, and are then developed further from there. Each activity and task is designed to facilitate the other, and for holistic learning, we aim to address all these areas of development.
According to Jean Piaget, a Swiss psychologist known for his work on child development, the sensorimotor phase is the first stage in the cognitive development. It simply means that child needs to first understand the relationship between their body and the environment. On this sensory-motor foundation, is built social-emotional, cognitive and language development. Executive function is the control system of the brain – it helps the child navigate through the different skills in their repertoire and determine what to employ and when. It helps one organize, plan, identify what to focus on, what cognitive strategies to use, and guides how to respond in different situations.
Rainbow by definition is an arc of spectral colors that appears in the sky opposite the sun as a result of refractive dispersion of sunlight. Likewise, every child has a different shade of its own yet independent and beautiful.