Preschoolers at The Churchill School question themselves about the world in which they live. They go beyond learning across subjects and integrate concepts through inquiry. Our children learn to ask questions and find answers to their questionings. They become inquirers who demonstrate the great commitment they have as citizens of the world and generate empathy and solidarity towards the needs of their peers, family, community and world through the work done in the Units of Inquiry. At school we are concerned about nurturing and promoting the natural curiosity of children and potentiate their creative thinking so they not only realize a problem and inquire about it, but look for alternatives and solutions through parallel thinking.

Our children take action because for them there is no small contribution, as each action contributes to change and inquiry is the means to do so.

In Visual Art class, the children experiment with different materials and tools, which allows them to carry out motor and sensorial activities.