- Real-life related, motivating, fun curricula

- Teachers encouraging students to ask questions, suggest hypotheses, share ideas and reflect these skills in their writing

- Effective and fluent English proficiency standards to meet the requirements of the increasing international communication

- Activities promoting the development of independent learning skills

- Activities promoting personal characteristics of responsibility, adaptability, dedication, perseverance, tolerance, justice and equality, empathy, and ethics

- Academic objectives identified by considering how permanent the information is, what information is applicable in real-life and what information will be needed in the future

- Sociable and self-confident children who appreciate and respect themselves and all the living things