COMPASSION CREATIVITY CURIOSITY RESILIENCE
At PNPS we believe students should;
*be connected to the real world
*actively problem find and problem solve
*understand and be articulate about how and why they learn
*be able to set goals and reflectively assess their progress
Curiosity, Creativity and the need to communicate and belong are central to a child’s development of basic skills. Children naturally explore their environment to make sense of what is around them. Having learning environments, indoors and outdoors, that foster and invite curiosity, that are immersive and promote creativity allow children to develop at their own pace and manipulate, experiment with, pose and solve problems within the curriculum during real life and relevant experiences.
Through Real World Problem Solving and an inquiry approach to learning we develop students who are skillful communicators, collaborative, digitally literate and resilient.
By encouraging student agency and allowing students to take action from their learning, we encourage them to impact their world both locally and globally.