How we do it

Our aim is to develop young individuals as people, not students. Our method focuses on personal development rather than exams. We believe this produces more mature, creative and socially-adept children.

We blend together knowledge and experiment, fun and creativity, novelty and curiosity. Nothing motivates young individuals more than when they discover the meaning behind a subject of their own accord.

We tackle sensitive and profound life concepts in order to prepare young people to cope with change, or better still – to make them look forward to change. Our view is that, in the 21st century, schools should see it as their job to develop strong personalities and build self-confidence.

As the requirements of the labour market are changing, and smartphones and the internet are transforming the ways in which young people process information, the most important skill an education system can pass down to its learners is the ability to motivate themselves.