Every child has the capacity and potential to learn and acquire knowledge and become a better citizen.
Children come to an educational institution with a wealth of knowledge and experiences that assists in acquiring early learning concepts.
Each child learns differently and at their own pace, which has to be reflected in the teaching practices.
Children learn from each other through collaborative activities.
Children's fluency in mother-tongue supports the knowledge acquisition process.
Teaching practices grounded in the child's culture and environment help to transit from the known to the unknown.
A learning atmosphere at home supported by parents and a child-friendly environment in the village impacts the child's learning ability.