- In the News
“Do not undervalue the importance of learning through play. Evidence shows children learn and retain information best within a hands-on, inquiry-based curriculum. A play-based curriculum teaches to the whole child – physically, socially, emotionally and cognitively.” Lower Primary teacher Connie Larson explains that play-based learning is a critical to the foundation of literacy that young learners need to become confident readers and writers. Click on the South China Morning Post article below to read more!
- Lower Primary School