Children come to us as toddlers. They will leave school as young adults, their personalities and potential largely determined by their experiences in school. The primary school years are perhaps the most significant. By the age of eleven the child has learnt how to read and has grasped the rudiments of number and quantity. But more than that, they should have learnt to love reading, to be fascinated by numbers, and to enjoy finding out things in answer to their own questions..
To provide an environment and a programme in which the capacity to learn, to do, and to give is the aim of education.The unit of education is the individual child. Children have unique personalities and interests. Being good at different things and finding fulfillment in different ways, their curiosity is encouraged and their skills appreciated.