Recently our Y6 children visited the Chulalongkorn University Centenary Park, the ‘amphibious’ park of Bangkok that can hold a million gallons of rainwater, and meets its designer, esteemed landscape artist, Khun Kotchakorn Voraakhom, at ELC.
At ELC, we believe that parents are essential partners in the teaching and learning process. Close cooperation between teachers and parents is integral to creating a positive and productive learning environment for your child.
At ELC, we encourage children to question. The practice of thoughtful and considered questioning is a critical learning skill and enables children to explore their ideas, their underlying assumptions or beliefs, and serves as an inspiration to develop dialogue and debate with one another.
The Morning Meeting is a crucial daily ritual for the children that integrates and solidifies their social and academic learning and their sense of belonging; it is a 'foundation for every lesson, every transition time, every lining-up, every upset and conflict, all day and all year long.’ (Kriete, 2002).