Recent brain research shows that the children of the XXIst century differ from the children born before the year of 2000. Together with the progress, technologies, and innovations, there came a new generation of children – they are quick-witted, technology smart, curious, empathic and they are the ones who will take the world to a brand new, modern world.
At the 6 Senses International Preschool we believe that - as the children are different - the education, methods, curriculum, and even education philosophy has to be different and adapted to the needs of the XXIst century.
Adapted to 21st Century.
Technology-smart, inquisitive children of the 21st century require curriculum and teaching methods best fitted to their modern and ever changing world.
We also believe in life-long-learning. Motivated and enthusiastic teachers need to be able work with the modern and adventurous children. When choosing the teachers, we focus our attention on their approach to education, work, and values. All the teachers during their first months at the Six Senses shadow our experienced teachers to observe the best practice, they attend our professional seminars, discuss what they have learned, and never stop being curious. We strongly believe that being a teacher is not a job, but a lifestyle.
Teachers as lifelong learners
Our teachers are passionately curious and always eager to improve their knowledge and skills – together they embark on a journey of everyday discoveries.
As parents are the most important people in a childs' life, the kindergarten should encourage close cooperation between the parents and the teachers. At the Six Senses International Preschool parents are always welcome to ask questions, find out about the child's' progress, strengths, and weaknesses.
Parents involvement in the learning process and mutual cooperation with teachers forms a solid foundation for children’s education.