We encourage each child to seek out and ask people for answers to their questions about the world around them. Children are curious to know and understand how their world works, what they can do within their world. and how they can change that world if they wish. This is the work of our teachers: to encourage and develop that curiosity and need to explore, to extend the children's knowledge and understanding of their environment, and to help children know what they can and what they cannot change.
By being in an inclusive environment where every child is accepted for who they are not where they were born, or what they can or cannot do, or say, or think or not think, but just to be together and play, children recognise and understand the many differences between each other and those that exist around them in the world. Children learn how to behave from the adults around them: in all our programs and classes teachers respect and assist all children whatever their capabilities, their strengths or weaknesses, their abilities or disabilities. All children are special while some children may have more needs than others. These needs may be physical, intellectual, social or emotional, and, while these children may be advanced or behind their peers in these areas through no fault of their own, our teachers personally assist them to attain the level of skills of which they are capable. Children suffering from intellectual difficulties caused by autism or other types of brain damage, or physical disabilities of sight, hearing, talking or movement of limbs, as well as emotional disturbances, are accepted, included, and helped to integrate into a society that often does not welcome, understand or accept them.
In our program and different activities, the focus is on the development of each child's creativity, their development of independence and self-confidence, as well as building respect for other human beings, animals and the environment. A major influence in our program is the inclusion of developing children’s understanding of ethnicity and cultural diversity. This ability to adapt and accept diverse cultures and ethnic backgrounds will assist all children to develop and adapt to the era of globalisation and mass, instant communication, without forgetting the elements of humanity and the environment.