We hope to create a learning-atmosphere by doing what the child wants to learn, by engaging in the activities that "the major domains of learning" outlines and by actively learning with the child.
Every individual has a seeking—active or latent. This pushes him to move toward what he seeks. The process that takes him towards his seeking could be, very broadly, termed as learning. It is, in a sense, the same as progressing or evolving. We all have an inborn curiosity to know and learn. We also believe that the very desire to learn is indicative of the potential to learn what we desire. Purpose and the joy of learning are the two important aspects for learning to take place. Any place of learning ought to incorporate these two in its very atmosphere.
Teaching for us consists mainly in providing an environment where anybody can learn by himself, with the full confidence that he can, what he wants to learn. Instead of being taught what we want to learn in a traditional fashion, there is a greater need to be immersed in a pervasive atmosphere of learning to freely imbibe and learn by ourselves. In an environment of this kind, the child, more than anyone else, needs freedom so that it can blossom without any compulsion. Ours is one such EXPERIMENT to make learning more meaningful by making the learner responsible unto himself. Our endeavour is to set the context of learning by example. For ex: If we want the child to read, it should see us reading.