At HXLS, we look upon the spaces students learn in as a third teacher; spaces are dovetailed with the curriculum to maximise learning. Learning is supported by a domain that includes physical surroundings, furnishings, and play materials; the social environment which includes activities and social interactions; and the inner or spiritual environment of thoughts, intentions and imaginations held by the child.
Nursery to Grade 3
The HXLS Junior Campus lays much emphasis on spaces that are designed to propagate learning and are seamlessly integrated with the curriculum. Learning is supported by a three-dimensional domain that includes physical surroundings, furnishings, and play materials; the social environment which comprises activities and social interactions; and the inner or spiritual universe of thoughts, intentions and imaginations held by the child. The architecture of the campus is designed to promote learning in all these spheres. With the aim to create a joyous, nurturing and vibrant space that stimulates children’s curiosity and imagination as well as their instinct for exploration and inquiry, careful thought has been put into every aspect of design. Rather than large-scale interiors and exteriors which overwhelm children, the play equipment and washrooms are all child-sized and designed to encourage independent use. Even the pastel colour palette, used throughout, has been selected after much deliberation to ensure that the environment enables but does not over stimulate young minds.
*Note- Heritage Xperiential Learning School, Golf Course Extension Campus is under the Progressive Education Trust
Nursery to Grade 12
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