We work with the philosophy that all children are unique. They all have a unique brain network that shapes their personality and how they respond to the different sorts of things around them. We believe that education should foster real understanding because one way of teaching does not work for every child and forcing it may have a negative impact on children. Understanding is different from learning. Mere acquisition of information relies on memory, and understanding relies on conceptual clarity.

It is said that real understanding comes from the integrated approach. That is why a school is an ecosystem where different factors – including design, infrastructure, curriculum, teachers, activities, and examination – have an effect on children.