Brainy Academic is designed in such a way where our children learn to explore there skills and allowing for individual learning needs. Most importantly, our children are given the freedom to learn building up resilience and challenging themselves to reach their full potential. Children are encouraged to think creatively, to reflect on the world around them and to appreciate how their learning pieces together in a cross-curricular way - in so doing they develop essential skills for life. Children of all abilities are given opportunities to explore a broad curriculum, including Field trips, Art and creativity, life skills, Cognitive skills and various activities, enabling them to identify and develop their talents.
Todays education system is failing to meet the necessary skills for overall development of the child. School should be a safe place for children, they should want to attend, want to learn, want to spend time with teachers and in social groupswhere respect and kindness is the norm. our concept and methodology is to balance the emotional , social, and academic releams and sustain environments that adopt to the different learning styles and personalities of our children and young adults.
"In our school we focus on understanding what motivates young people to learn and share their knowledge. We fashion our learning environments to promote the need to know and a need to share. This is a natural and modern extension of Montessori’s basic principal - to sustain learning situations that require young people to discover how to do things.
To know more about Montessori methodology compare to our traditional system. Watch the video .
Child development refers to how a child is able to do more complex things as they get older. Development is different than growth. Growth only refers to the child getting bigger in size, whereas development is overall growth of the child. Here, the growth is not restricted to size but intellect as well. When we talk about normal development, we are talking about developing skills like:
Using hands to be able to eat, draw, dress, play, write and do many other things.
Using large groups of muscles to sit, stand, walk, run, etc., keeping balance and changing position
Thinking skills: including learning, understanding, problem-solving, reasoning and remembering.
Interacting with others, having relationships with family, friends and teachers, cooperating and responding to the feelings of others