Multiple Intelligences

It has been discovered by researchers that our intelligence or ability to understand the world around us is complex. Some people are better at understanding some things than others. More

Fun Learning

The principle of the IPC is to focus on a combination of academic, personal and international learning for children worldwide, combined with innovative and exciting ways to learn. More

Primary Curriculum

We want children to enjoy their learning; develop inquiring minds, develop the personal qualities they need to be good citizens of the world, and develop a sense of their own More



Smart PC

Each student will be given a Classmate PC, a laptop specially designed for use in educational environments to assist in the learning of your child through the use of technology.  More

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Multiple Intelligences Seminar 14 - 15 December 2012

If a child is not able to speak until the age of 3 years and has performed poorly in mathematics and writing lessons in the school, this child smart?

If a child can think about what it is like driving in the universe at the speed of light in his imagination when other children were busy playing, this child smart?

Apparently both cases talking about the same child, we know by the name of Albert Einstein. So maybe the question now is: Is the definition of smart? Did get a good ranking guarantee success in learning and work later? Is the way we make smart kids category is right? Why are the great inventors like Leonardo Da Vinci, Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Alva Edison once said Learning Disabled?