The child plays in a world made of colors and joyful light. The child dreams of adventures in spaces boundless to them. The child manipulates objects, invents, imitates, repeats, experiments, and explores.
The child demands a school that is serious yet fun, creative yet demanding, communal and tolerant.
Our school communicates with the shapes of surprise, plays with spaces that become large or small depending on their use, creates a multifunctional open space for all children.
It utilizes the sun, air, and earth as fundamental sources of its energy, possesses collective functions that become functions of the community, tends to a garden and a green-adventure path to teach about recognizing seasons, plants, and fruits.
In our school, the child works and cares for the earth with joy and serenity, plays with sand and imagines an endless desert with dunes and camels.
They’re surprised by a giraffe in the meadow and dream of a special adventure in distant lands, they admire the ostrich with curiosity and doubts (what could it possibly be looking for beneath the ground?).
They play with the fearsome animal and discover that, upon observing and understanding it well, it’s not that scary after all…