The Credence Philosophy 

Our Teaching Learning Philosophy

We transact content so that students not only achieve academic excellence but more importantly – Life Success.

Credence stands for Right, Accurate, and Complete. Our philosophy of education rests on achieving these three in the lives of students by providing modern education with a blend of ethical and value-based teaching.

ACCURATE  

Education today has evolved by leaps and bounds over the last decade or two. More than 85% of what we know about how the brain works have been learned in the past 15 years. 

Modern Brain Research, Theory of Multiple Intelligences and Bloom’s Taxonomy are a few studies which provide useful insight on the way a child’s mind processes information and how each child has different capabilities and interest. 

Therefore while we are dedicated to helping our children learn, we have to explore and adopt these new ways of learning and teaching so as to deliver an accurate message uniquely in every concept that we teach a child.

RIGHT 

What is the right education? Making a child understand the difference between “What is Right” & “What is Wrong” is the biggest challenge that we face as a society and as a parent.

A critical purpose of education is to empower a child to differentiate between the two. And gone are the days when a child will accept anything to be Right and Wrong based on someone else’s judgment. A child in the 21st century expects a proper rationale behind everything that is enforced on him.

And we at Credence respect and nurture that element of curiosity and rationalism. Our curriculum is so designed not only to address their curiosity but also to enhance it many-fold for lifelong continuous learning.

COMPLETE  

How do we make a child’s education complete? It cannot be called complete by scoring 100% marks in certain subjects. Education is complete when a child is made competent enough to deal with various situations in life dexterously.

Such an education will require a child to be developed socially, intellectually, emotionally, spiritually, and physically. We at Credence have designed our pedagogy to touch upon each of these elements in a child’s development phase.

Credence is committed to facilitating an atmosphere that would make our children rational decision-makers. Credence believes in removing the societal pressures that inevitably influence their decisions. We wish to make children learn logic in a way as to equip them to make choices based on one thing – Rationale.