Our exciting curriculum encourages learning through playful exploration of art, sports, and technology, to create a playground-like campus environment. We envision strengthening our students through diverse experiential learning to help them prepare for opportunities and challenges brought about by globalization.

Concurrently, we recognize and cherish the beauty of our hometown culture, and are proud to enhance our self-identity while implementing the cultural literacy of "localization and globalization". We strive to achieve the school vision of science and technology, humanities, innovation, and guidance.

Play to Learn

Via Experiential Learning, Via Art,
Via Sports, Via Technology

  • Establish communication platforms for teachers, implement student-based curriculum planning and assessments to improve learning capabilities.
  • Brainstorm to inspire each students' uniqueness and achieve his or her undiscovered potential.
  • Education in science and technology to promote children's scientific abilities and creativity.
  • Incorporate real life experiences, combined with local resources, industrial culture, and natural ecology to widen participation in social issues.
  • Emphasize small group learning across all grade levels and take advantage of our excellent student-teacher ratio.
  • Comprehensive teacher integration and curriculum design to aid the cross-training in teachers' specializations.
  • Create an interesting, systematic, and organic children's learning playground to increase engagement and achieve a sustainable operation.
  • Remove barriers of physical classrooms and establish a community learning center with the school as its core.
  • Merging school and community as one through the curriculum, utilizing various community resources, to create opportunities for regional development.
  • Incorporate international programs and immersion by establishing sister schools with primary schools in Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing and elsewhere.
  • Encourage self motivation and diligence.
  • Cultivate abilities to problem solve.
  • Improve abilities to observe, record, analyze, assert, integrate, understand, and provide feedback.
  • Use self-directed courses to open children's minds, and to attain friendly attitude towards people, communities, and the environment.