One of Elizabeth Lawrence’s famous quote is,” There is a garden in every childhood, an enchanted place, where the colours are brighter, the air softer and the morning more fragrant then ever again!”It is this wonderment that we at SREI strive to protect while allowing young minds to learn absorb and use the knowledge they gain for the world around them. While they graduate to late childhood, children do not lose their natural need to explore and create, however, they need appropriate guidance to facilitate them to reach their goal. Their abilities to solve problems, organize and interpret their world full of people and symbols is gaining shape and momentum. Neurologically, physically and emotionally they are growing at great speed and their perception of the world has greater approximation of reality. Each child also begins to exhibit an appetite for independence, personal preferences, behavioural choices and unique cognitive tendencies, all of which must be delicately pruned.