Children arrive at school with different strengths based on their experience as well as physical development and maturity. Potential abilities and aptitudes flourish in an atmosphere in whch a student feels secure, confident and free to explore and question. We must provide this atmosphere.
Helping the child acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to function as a responsible and contributing member of society is the priority that forms the structure of the curriculum.
Learning how to learn, how to attack new problems, how to acquire new knowledge, building competence in basic skills, understanding concepts and generalizations and developing responsibility - these are some of the objectives at the Hebrew Day School.