Activity Based Learnning

Activity-based learning is the process of learning by doing. As opposed to asking kids to simply listen and take notes, activity-based learning encourages students to actively participate in their own learning experience through practical activities such as problem-solving and independent investigation.

By encouraging kids to explore, experiment and learn independently through activity-based techniques, Modern Public School seeks to equip children with skills in problem-solving, critical analysis and creativity.

We offer interactive learning forums based around:

• Exploration – gathering knowledge and acquiring skills through active investigation.
• Experimentation – gathering knowledge through experience.
• Expression – encouraging kids to express their views through presentation.