Nurturing and cultivating a love of learning
Teaching and learning go hand in hand, a person who is self-taught is a philosopher rather than a student and everything he learns would form an island of wisdom that can only be preached. A teacher not only imparts his knowledge but also guides the student in the path where the knowledge can be put to great use. After all no good teacher has brought up a bad student.
If kids are a patch of fresh soil, and the knowledge sown in their minds is like a seed the teacher would definitely be the gardener, he must prepare the soil, sow the seed at a proper depth, water it and watch over it until a strong oak or a pretty flower bush grows. A special selection process is followed in Cambridge we hand pick the teachers who show the most zeal and passion to see more than the obvious. We don’t employ people who narrate the syllabus to finish it in a set time, we employ people who focus on more fully suffuse knowledge and the perfect application of the taught knowledge and pave a path to the little ones to reach greater heights than the teacher himself with the acquired knowledge. Learning is an inexplicable experience in Cambridge. Parents bear witness as they awe in wonder as they see their child’s mannerisms and behavior slowly move toward the positive scale, this happens not just because we teach but we incline the kids towards the best use of the acquired teachings.
A teacher’s job is not done until the student no longer needs him, it doesn’t mean the teacher would say go do it on your own but a teacher must train the students until they say no I can do it on my own. Cambridge has laid the foundation required to reach heights never reached before in all our students.