In the proliferation and pruning process, simpler neural connection from first, followed by more complex circuits. The timing is genetic, but early experiences determine wether the circuits are strong or weak. Source: C.A. Nelson(2000). Credit: Center on the Developing Child (Harvard University)
From North to South, East to West, children are set to discover cultural treasures from various places beyond their own borders, preparing them to become inspired world citizens in the 21st century.
The WORLD DIPLOMACY PROGRAM integrates cultural contents into Montessori teaching and learning practices in order to develop children’s natural psychological development, while maximizing individual possibilities and independence. Through it, they can expand their love for learning in the global environment.
Through the programme, children can discover the world by making, cooking, touching and tasting local cultures. They also learn about the languages, songs, dances, and instruments that are unique to specific regions. The majority of the academic material provided has been exclusively created for CHATEAU SCHOOL.
At the after-school CHATEAU CLUB, children can join stimulating activities that include languages, music, construction games, digital technology and music orchestra. All of the programmes were conceived by the school’s academic staff in consultation with experts in the field of education and culture.
Children can develop multiple skills in a playful environment where they have access to innovative tools and games with a technological component.