Over the years, the world that we know since we were born, has changed significantly. We all know technology has revolutionized our world and daily lives. It has changed the way we live, the way we interact with other people, the way we shop, financial system and many other things. We expect our children to do better in this modern life, however the education system has not changed much. There are still many schools using the same methodology that was used a long time ago. They still treat teacher as the main source of information, conventional mindset that student should get a good final score instead of the process, individual result is more important than collaboration and teamwork. Education needs to adapt with the changes. Modern life requires people to collaborate with one another. Many human activities involve groups of people, where individuals rely on each other for things that they cannot do themselves. More and more jobs require a high level of social skills, while the proportion of jobs that require minimal social skills is shrinking.
Collaborative learning has been shown to not only develop higher-level thinking skills in students, but boost their confidence and self-esteem as well. Group projects can maximize educational experience by demonstrating the material, while improving social and interpersonal skills Peachblossoms school believe that by placing an emphasis on quality teaching and learning, where children are provided with a rich, stimulating and relevant learning environment, we are creating a strong foundation on which future achievements will be built. Not only do we want to prepare our children for the next stage of their lives, but throughout their time with us we hope they become increasingly confident and independent learners. We want all our children to achieve success in their life by preparing them from an early age throughout the new education system by implementing IPC and IMYC curriculum in our school.