Commitment to Health and Wellbeing

New neuroscientific research shows that active learning, where the learner is doing, moving, acting, and interacting, can strikingly change the way the brain works, accelerating a child's learning process.
Emily Cross
A professor at the School of Psychology at Bangor University in the United Kingdom
We support free movement activities for younger children as movements should not be limited by excessive or undue restraints for kids at a very young age and only later in School we introduce different types of sports.

Essential to a child’s wellbeing is the ability to compose oneself and balance periods of intense activity with periods of calm. This also develops a habit of respecting the personal space of others. Even if some kids choose not to sleep during quiet time, engaging in tranquil activities like reading or drawing is vital.
Sharing a meal at a common table presents powerful and positive models of social interaction and encourages the formation of healthy eating habits. Fresh nutritious food is also at the core of a child’s cognitive and physical abilities and general wellbeing.

With all this in mind, we offer proper nutritional support and whole foods as part of each eating plan, which are entrusted to a professional local chef.