We subtly integrate teaching and learning into our services that seem like fun, friendship and happiness in your child’s eyes. They can join for as little as one hour to 14 days, the more they do the more we help them grow.
Children and Competency.
What is competency and why are we giving it special attention in our services with primary school kids? It is about learning classic curricular subjects that focus on participants and their symbiotic relationship with something to a particular standard. There are many competencies like social, functional and cognitive. Competence (experience) shows what one can do (skills) at a particular point-in-time and includes what one knows (knowledge).
In that sense, we approach every place, person and practice with motivational dispositions:
the need (competence),
the action (competency),
the outcome (competent).
The most important characteristic of competency-based education is measuring learning rather than time. We focus less on formal assessments and more on improvements then shifting the role of faculty from a “sage-on-the-stage” to a “guide-on-the-side.”
We also include social constructs like the energy centers of ones SHAKRA. Particularly concerned with competence is the solar plexus that covers self-control, self-worth and self-esteem.
We nurture 'being' persons, fully immersed and contempt with the present and their resourcefulness.
Ultimately, overcoming challenges requires tenacity, personal investment and an ability to overcome setbacks. Completing a challenge will prove children have tested their decision-making, responsibility and actions where their competence leads to mastery through 'self-efficacy' and 'flow' in skills and knowledge.
$20, per 1hr
$36, per 2hrs, save 10%
$48, per 3hrs, save 20%
$88, per 6hrs, save 27%
$119, per 9hrs, save 33%
$396, per 30hrs/5day week, save 34%
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“Sometimes getting away from school is the best thing that can happen to a great mind”.