Belief and Values

The Child
… walks in the fear of the Lord.
… is a masterpiece that is remarkably and wonderfully made.
… must be nurtured.
… is the constructor of his own learning.
… must be heard and respected.
… learns best in a world of wonder, awe and joy.
… learns best from and with their peers.

The Environment
… includes the indoor classroom, the outdoor classroom, and beyond.
… is safe, clean, inviting and inspiring.
… presents unlimited possibilities.
… provokes investigation, imagination and creativity.
… presents the child with magic and wonder.
… engages all the senses.

Relationships
… form the foundation of the school.
… respect all the stakeholders in the school.
… are guided by rules of engagement based on respect of one’s self, others and the world.
… are enriched by mutual learning and growing.

Time
… is not set by the clock.
… is an investment, so that learning is not interrupted and continuity is encouraged.
… provides a balance between varied learning styles and opportunities.

The Educators
… is recognized by the school as the first and most important educator of the child.
… is the most important partner of the school.
… engages in mutual and harmonious collaboration with the school for the benefit of all children.
… and the school communicate with each other about the child’s progress.

The Educators
… is recognized by the school as the first and most important educator of the child.
… is the most important partner of the school.
… engages in mutual and harmonious collaboration with the school for the benefit of all children.
… and the school communicate with each other about the child’s progress.


 
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