This world renowned philosophy on Early Childhood Education guides our work to spark curiosity in children.
Children lead their own learning by asking questions, exploring their real world environment and engaging in imaginary play.
Reggio-Emilia founder, Loris Malaguzzi, describes in his 100 Languages poem how children learn and communicate through many languages such as music, painting, drawing, drama, sculpting and speaking.
Our classrooms are designed to encourage collaboration, communication and creativity. Through exposure to natural light, order and beauty, students thrive in an inspiring environment.
Louise Boyd Cadwell, Bringing Reggio Emilia Home: An Innovative Approach to Early Childhood Education