We find that students thrive well in small-scale educational set-ups.
Students are assisted in their development to become independent and self-thinking individuals who work to create a better world for themselves and others. This can only be put into practise when students are not a number in a large group, but an important collaborator in smaller group settings.

In addition to the lessons, students receive individualised monitoring and work within a reciprocal relationship with the teachers. This allows them to develop knowledge and skills for future learning and professional success such as communication, collaboration and decisions making.

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