Accountability : We hold ourselves accountable for our own actions, admit when we failed our own standards, and always strive to be our best selves.
Inclusion : All students are welcome in our classrooms and their uniqueness is celebrated. Students with additional needs
Individualism : We are a school that encourages people to embrace their true selves and share their uniqueness with the world.
Integrity : We are both honest and driven by a clear moral compass. Students with integrity strive to do the right thing at all times.
Leadership : We strive to become the leaders of tomorrow by practicing leadership in our school community today.
Respect : We respect one another’s right to safety and dignity at school. We will speak to each other with calmness, politeness, and civility.
Sustainability : We work toward an environmentally friendly and sustainable lifestyle. We consistently seek new ways to be more sustainable and to protect our local, national, and global environment.
Commitment : We are committed to our studies and to the promises we make to our teachers, parents, and friends. We commit to doing our best and always striving to improve.
A teaching method comprises the principles and methods used by teachers to enable student learning. These strategies are determined partly on subject matter to be taught and partly by the nature of the learner.
Encouraging children to try out new things and ideas is a crucial factor in their intellectual, physical and emotional growth. Everything kids experience and explore about themselves influences their further development.
Play is important for the emotional, social, cognitive, and physical development of children. In addition to being critical for general health, play develops life skills for children among peers and family members.