PINE CREST CLASSROOM
There is no better way to get a true picture and feel of our classes than to visit the school. Then you will be able to appreciate the well polished tiles, beautiful combination of wall paints, the interior artistic decoration and the coolness of the air-conditioners.
The interior decorations on the flannel board and other strategic parts of the classes are weekly replaced with new ones to reflect the theme and lessons for the week. All parts of the classes are endless sources of fascination and educational material to be digested by the students at a glance. Repetition is for emphasis, so we place important aspects of each subject at strategic places as reminders. The classes are not littered since sanitary officers are always at work to clean off spilled drinks and meals.
Pre-School and nursery classes have wall televisions for visual classes while higher classes like Fifth Grade has the interactive board in the class. Some of the teaching aids are right in classes while others are brought in when needed. The Pre-School and nursery classes are named after cartoon characters that are also painted on the doors. The kids have already been familiarized with these characters by watching them at home. The characters symbolically welcome them into their world in the class, giving them the feeling that they are not in a strange place. By so doing, the school re-enacts a continuity of the children’s familiar cartoon world of jollity, laughter, playfulness, music and joyous interactive learning.
The cartoon characters, beautiful decorations, the wall television and other audio visual pedagogic aids create a relaxed ambience of fun in the class. Believe it, they hardly ever miss home.
The elementary school classes are named after gem stones. This is principally symbolic in two ways because we are raising precious kids and our major preoccupation is to build a solid or rock-like educational foundation which transmogrifies our children into confident, self-reliant, proactive, creative and profoundly erudite scholars. We do not achieve our objectives through a hard and torturous method, but through the best instructional facilities, well trained instructors, ultra modern and conducive learning environment. Thus it is not just about stones or solid foundation but mainly through the gem stone way; that is, through a cozy, posh, beatific, exceptional, unprecedented, inestimable, invaluable environment and pedagogic methodology.
The college classes are named after flowers because our college graduands are the flowers of our great nation. They are the crème de la crème of our society who hereafter graduate from both our indigenous universities and those abroad with second class upper division and first class results. They shall soon evolve as the ruling class, the elite, entrepreneurs, ambassadors, great mothers, fathers and indispensable citizens of our great nation.
You need to see the classes for yourself. A true appreciation of our classes is largely visual.