Our 2036 Vision
In 2036, the children enrolled in our campuses will be adults. Some will be graduating from university, while others will have started their careers, and perhaps those with an adventurous spirit may be travelling the world.
The Collective, our emergent educational curriculum, is aligned to our Little Scholars vision, mission statement, philosophy, and our play-based approach to children’s learning. This streamlined approach of an emergent curriculum supports educators to adopt child development theory and put into practice.
We know the importance of finding ways to cope with any form of stress which is why we have introduced our Mindfulness Program in all our Little Scholars campuses.
Let us show you around two of the studios at our Ormeau Campus. We have created beautiful engaging learning environments for children to explore and play.
At Little Scholars we believe that ‘the environment is the third teacher’ (Reggio Emilia theory). The physical environment and the learning spaces that we set up for children contribute to children’s wellbeing, creativity and developing independence.
It’s never too early to get children interested in science and help build their curiosity about the world around us!
Starting children’s interests in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects young gives them critical thinking and problem-solving skills that they can take with them into their future education and careers.