• Children thrive when parents offer them unconditional support and are engaged in their daily activities and achievements.
  • We acknowledge that the primary caregiver’s involvement is instrumental in a child’s learning, and has many benefits in their motor-social-emotional development.
  • Our micro-community and cooperative learning environment offers children a continuous thread of experiences, weaving the net of learning connections between home, community and environment by fostering a deeper relationship between child and caregiver, and helping families to better integrate the children’ personal needs and interests into their learning environment.


  • Children become more observant and aware of their natural  surroundings and develop an emotional connection to the natural world.

  • Positive attitude towards learning by exploration and discovery: learning in a natural and unstructured setting to engage their senses and build on their existing knowledge and experience.

  • Greater motivation- children become self starters.

  • Greater concentration- children learn to focus for longer periods of time

  • Minimized screen time for young children.

  • Children start showing the foundation of  Cognitive Skills like divergent thinking and problem solving as result of the time spent exploring and discovering by themselves.

  • Acquisition of Social Skills (children are given opportunities/space and time to work together in teams to solve problems-teamwork, learn to respect others).

  • Improved confidence/self esteem : small children having enough confidence to take part in activities as part of larger group and tackling new tasks without assistance.

  • Improved communication, listening, language and fine motor skills.

  • Contact with nature leads to lower rates of  ADD, ADHD, child obesity, stress, depression.

  • The time spent in Nature / outdoors helps to improve physical and motor skills like walking, climbing, jumping, etc.


  • Parents become more observant and aware of their natural  surroundings and develop an emotional connection to the natural world.

  • Families start forming and strengthening bonds becoming a supportive community.

  • Parents become more self aware of parenting style/choices and how these affect their children.

  • Parents gain new tools through conscious discipline workshops and coaching.

  • Aligned, self aware parenting leads to improved family relationship.

Role of Parents and other Caregivers:    The pillars that support our village

  • Parents will have the responsibility to be part of a team / community for the semester and participate actively during the learning process.

  • Parents will receive advice and coaching about early childhood development and positive discipline while enrolled In the program.

  • Parents are expected to follow the rules and regulations set by the program and community to which they belong.

  • All the principal caregivers are expected to attend the 10 hours Conscious Discipline Workshop (A discounted extra fee apply).