It is when a child is interested in something that a child shows ability.
At Laurus, children have the opportunity to observe various natural phenomena in the open air during the four seasons and to experiment with a variety of subjects.
The children’s eyes are always sparkling at the wonder of the world.
Why do clouds float? Why is there night and day?
These questions drive them to observe and to make predictions.
They experiment and see the results. Then we make a hypothesis about what it might be.
It is this repetition that develops the ability to think.
In addition to this, each grade level has a curriculum coordinator, and nursery advisors and headquarters staff regularly visit each class to check the quality of care and education provided in each school and class.
At Laurus, we are committed to the development of positive and knowledgeable children.