The emergent learning model is a flexible and adaptive approach to plan a curriculum responsive to children’s interests to create meaningful learning experiences.
Emergent philosophy prioritises active participation through the many medias made available to the children, such as the written word, listening, modeling, and verbalisation. Another aspect of emergent philosophy is play-based learning and involves a wide range of experiences including music, art, imaginative play, physical and mental challenges. Relationship building and inquiry are also actively encouraged.
All of these experiences are aimed at developing well-rounded children through learning tolerance, empathy, sharing of information, and ideas, leading to a high level of thinking.