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At Newton British Academy we strive to help our students develop 21st Century Skills. We aim to instill a  sense of collaboration, caring attitude, critical thinking skills and creative approach to problem-solving in  our students.

By providing enquiry-based activities and Philosophy for Children (P4C) where students are encouraged to  ask questions and find solutions through discussion. P4C strengthens children’s listening and speaking  skills, reasoning skills and enhances their self-esteem. During P4C lessons and mini-enquires, we aim to  create an environment where children have the freedom to ask questions and explore different views.

Our aim is to develop the 4C’s in our students:


listening (concentrating) and valuing (appreciating) e.g. showing interest in, and sensitivity  to, others’ experiences and values


responding (communicating) and supporting (conciliating) e.g. building on each  other’s ideas, shaping common understandings and purposes.


questioning (interrogating) and reasoning (evaluating) e.g. seeking meaning, evidence,  reasons, distinctions, and good judgements


connecting (relating) and suggesting (speculating) e.g. providing comparisons, examples,  criteria, alternative explanations or conceptions


We also aim to use P4C lessons to teach, both explicitly and implicitly, our Values, Attitude and Attributes.

The key ingredient in a P4C Enquiry is the desire to go beyond pursuing information by seeking  understanding. Once students have engaged in this process and have shared their views, listened to  others and considered the 4C’s of P4C, they are to reflect. The key practice of reflection enables students  to reevaluate their own views whilst considering opposing beliefs. Our aim is to make them think and  develop the verbal skills to share their opinions.