Reggio Emilia Approach


The Hundred Languages of Children

The Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education has earned them as the best pre-schools in the world. (Newsweek magazine, 1991) Here, we have adapted some of the best practices and features of an Reggio-Emilia inspired education which is beautifully complementary to our school vision and the use of multiple intelligences.

  • The role of the environment as the third teacher
  • The child is viewed as a competent, resourceful, curious, imaginative, inventive learner who possesses a desire to interact and communicate with others
  • Child-centred delivery of the curriculum
  • Multiple symbolic languages through print (In simple words, we do not teach writing just through trace-the-dots or art as just drawing and painting on paper)
  • Home-school partnership

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