Children are little scientists and have an in-built drive for discovery. They are curious, active and competent learners who try to make sense of the world around them. Our children are encouraged to explore, experiment and inquire in order to understand and discover facts. Rather than being asked to memorize facts or learn by listening, our children are given the autonomy to manipulate materials, observe, form hypotheses and discover by themselves. This in turn widens their knowledge and lays the foundation for future science lessons.