Cognitive Learning

To develop imaginative, creative and team work skills, the contribution of recreation in an individual’s life cannot be underestimated. We are concerned with acquisition of problem-solving abilities with intelligence and conscious thought. Through cognitive learning our students are motivated to express their ideas, hopes, moods, problems and personalities. The main goal is to get them thinking and applying problem solving strategies without the use of preparation and steps that lead to an answer. We enable the children to process sensory information and eventually learn to evaluate, analyze, remember, make comparisons and understand cause and effect.