To provide an environment and a programme in which the capacity to learn, to do, and to give is the aim of education. The unit of education is the individual child. Children have unique personalities and interests. Being good at different things and finding fulfillment in different ways, their curiosity is encouraged and their skills appreciated.
The school and the classroom must simulate the environment in which they learn best; and all children – it has been seen - are motivated to learn when their own enquiries, observations, activities and inferences lead them on to knowledge.
The aims of education are translated into a curriculum appropriate to each level and age. The curriculum is backed by physical infrastructure and staff who subscribe enthusiastically to the educational ideals of the institution.