Creativity

November 10th, 2013 | admin1

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We aim to provide children with opportunities in the Arts and Sciences to compose, perform, and to discover. As well as, to expose them to instructions in the literary, theatrical, aural, visual, kinetic, and industrial arts, math and science, and general tutelage. This approach will enhance cognitive skills development and provide therapeutic value. For creativity is the freest form of self-expression, and to freely express without judgment can reflect and nurture a child’s emotional health. Such freedom encourages ownership and freedom of individual choices.

 

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