Emotional Intelligence (EI)

The early years of a child is the most receptive time to develop emotional intelligence which is proven to be associated with academic achievement. Recent advances in neuroscience have shown that the brain is far more malleable than we ever knew and Dr. Carol Dweck's discovery of fixed and growth mindsets have shaped our understanding of what makes learning more effective.

The Infinity School is receptive to the new learning approaches that cultivate emotional well-being in children. We teach pro-social skills such as gratitude, compassion, empathy, mindfulness, and altruism which help students develop positive relationships. We incorporate service learning into their curriculum and provide opportunities for students to make a worthwhile contribution to the society, thereby developing empathy and compassion for others via social connect projects.

Age appropriate yoga and meditation program will be part of the curriculum to calm the minds and ground oneself amidst the daily cacophony of life. It helps build focus and self-control that is much required for dealing with complex problems.