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Our elementary level follows the Progressive Education Method. We also use the Singapore Math Curriculum.

The Progressive Education’s main objective is to educate the "whole child" (physical, emotional and intellectual)

• Emphasis on learning by doing (experiential learning)
• Integrated curriculum focused on thematic units
• Strong emphasis on problem solving and critical thinking
• Group work and development of social skills
• Collaborative and cooperative learning projects
• Education for social responsibility and democracy
• Integration of community service and service learning projects into the daily curriculum
• Selection of subject content by looking forward to ask what skills will be needed in future society
• De-emphasis on textbooks in favor of varied learning resources
• Emphasis on life-long learning and social skills

School facilities

- Airconditioned classrooms
- Highly qualified Teachers
- Imported learning materials
- English as the medium of instruction
- Spacious play area
- Ideally located in the center of the city
- Comfortable waiting area

Sunday, October 18, 2009

KTMS Relief Drive

Typhoon Ondoy left many people homeless and helpless. Now "Pepeng" did the same thing. As caring parents and socially responsible citizens, we could take something from these tragedy by emphasizing to our children how improper waste management, insensible deforestation and climate change brought about by environmental negligence could lead to flash floods resulting to loss of properties and lives.

As it was truly a devastating event we in Santiago City could only witness through heart-breaking scenes on television, we could extend our help to the victims of these typhoons.

KTMS had a relief drive for the victims. Parents and learners donated clothes, shoes, medicines, noodles, canned goods, toiletries, detergent soap and many more.

Our 2nd graders helped us deliver the goods to ABS CBN Isabela Station. This is another enriching experience for them.

Please see more photos. Visit the KTMS Multiply Site.

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