We get support from nature and forest for the development of children. Outdoor experiences are an integral part of our education. Using the out-of-class education model as much as possible, it covers students, emphasizes an exploratory approach, and provides multi-faceted experiences.
We support their openness. Our goal is to enable them to make connections between objects and events, to explore and describe the environment, rather than to teach knowledge directly.

Forest school is a long-term process involving long and regular sessions rather than a one-time visit to the woodland or natural environment. Planning, adaptation, observation and examination are integral elements of the forest school. Forest school is regularly held on Fridays throughout the academic year with students in the same group.

The curriculum is mainly composed of using the Reggio Emilia perspective, integrating it with the PYP (Primary Years Programme) principles.

Aiming to be a Reggio Emilia inspired school, children studying at our kindergarten are happy because they work according to their interests and needs. In addition, children have a more developed mentality than their peers. to this situation
The contribution of the projects is quite large. Children learn to express themselves through art and to express themselves in creative ways. Children’s problem-solving skills develop and they learn to look from different angles. In addition, this approach is applied
Children’s social skills and communication in schools show a great improvement.

For the 4-6 age group, each class has two teachers, one Turkish and one native English speaker. 70% of the program is conducted in English and 30% in Turkish.

Half-day English and half-day Turkish programs are offered for 3-year-olds and playgroups. Spanish is taught as a second foreign language from the age of 4.

In addition to bilingual skills; Mathematical operations studies, Gems, Scamper and Show-Tell exercises, Learning with music, Game-based learning programs are used.