No two children will learn and grow the same way. Some children learn better through oral teaching, others learn with the help of sensory experiences, while some learn most effectively through play and expression using socio-dramatic activities. Therefore, we build our curriculum to ensure that every child is offered a wide range of topics and activities that they can stimulate their interest, including languages, mathematics, STEM (science, technology, engineering, math), art, sensory play, dramatic play, and more. Once a child finds their way to engage themselves with the learning process and topics, he/she becomes more willing to take risks and explore new fields of inquiry. Here too, children who enjoy learning take responsibility for it and continue to grow as they learn more.