Providing maximum opportunity for children to excel in their natural environment through the concept of Natural Learning.


Connecting children to global wisdom & humanity.

The Philosophy

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Engaging Curriculum

Joy and discovery, struggle and achievements, independence and responsibility are part of the raising children curriculum.

Excellence Definition

Children’s excellence are measured through an overall excellence in personality, academic, co-curriculum and leadership qualities

Education Aim

Education aims to develop habits of excellence, adaptation to environment and contribution to society

Learning Process

Education is based on the Natural Learning Concept, maximizes the Project-based Learning methodology, Learning Every day, Everywhere and Every time and Connected Learning.

Learning Every day, Everywhere and Everytime

Learning occurs everywhere, every day, not only in the classroom and in the exercise books alone. Worksheet learning and the accumulation of figures and data don’t make responsible and self-directed leaders. Education is not about great statistics alone. It is about preparing a child towards acquiring lifelong habits of excellence, adapting, and contributing in all stages of life. Living is learning. Experience is education itself. There is no shortcut to excellence. Learning opportunities should be provided not only in the education centers or schools but also at home, and the environment at large. Children should be exposed to the concept of learning every day, everywhere and every time.


Connected Learning

When children are connected to their inner self and concerned with the happenings in the environment, their thinking is geared towards finding answers to the observed phenomena or challenges. In later life, they would become better managers of their curiosity, emotions, and problem and grow to understand the consequences of their actions. They become better directors and managers of their actions. They become responsible and contributing to society.  Learning institutions: Homes, nurseries, and childcare centers should adopt this new concept of learning.

A Happy Child Learns From His Environment

Children seem to know what makes them happy and usually do well in such activities without much thought and hesitation. They can spend hours pursuing their interest and concern. By following their natural thinking patterns and curiosity, the child begins to understand their bigger world. Their understanding can be further enhanced with appropriate activities and experience by trained adults. If a child lives in an environment rich in brain-friendly management and directedness, the child will grow to be good managers and directors of self and others. A well-managed child becomes good managers and directors. They are able to influence people to readily accept and enjoy to be a team player.