Curriculum

Child-led, Inquiry-based, and Reggio Inspired

We believe in the capability, creativity, curiosity, and multiple intelligences of every child, which is why we don’t teach to the Curriculum – ticking off prescribed, predictable, or pre-set outcomes – but prefer to encourage a child-led, inquiry-based, and Reggio inspired approach, through facilitators who are so aware, familiar, and in tune with the South African CAPS curriculum that they are able to recognise, record, and respond whenever Children’s learning meets Curriculum requirements.

”We teachers must see ourselves as researchers, able to think, and produce a true curriculum, a curriculum produced from all of the children”

Malaguzzi (1993 p.4).

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The Life Skills Curriculum

The Life Skills Curriculum

Developing Foundational Literacies, Competences, and Character Qualities through Inquiry into the Environment. In its New Vision for ...
The wonder within the curriculum

The wonder within the curriculum

I wonder what you think of when you hear the phrase ‘life skills’? My understanding of life skills, as a subject that forms part of the ...
How to ‘Make Learning Visible’

How to ‘Make Learning Visible’

Documentation Documentation is a key feature of the Reggio Emilia Approach to teaching and learning; a pedagogy we had the opportunity to ...
An inquiry into identity, through sound

An inquiry into identity, through sound

The context For one week of the Easter break, a series of creative workshops were facilitated for a group of fifteen children, aged 5 to 9 ...

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