“It does not matter so much whether a product is produced in the end and how it will look. What is more important is the route leading to it, because this is where education stems from”. (Karl Frey)
Based on the principles of experiential learning through play (play-based education) and having the children themselves at the center of the educational process, their questions, their needs and interests, we create every day an educational program that helps children discover the world that surrounds them, understand it through play and learn how to learn.
Through the project method (project-based learning), i. e. the in-depth investigation of a topic, the children’s critical thinking is cultivated. When children work in small groups they investigate, apply knowledge and skills, make decisions and choose throughout the work. Their interest is fully activated and focused and, in this way, they create their own links with all that surrounds them, reaching their own conclusions and in a framework that makes sense for them, knowledge becomes experiential.