We are all born with intelligence. Howard Gardner, an American developmental psychologist, suggests each of us has eight areas of intelligence including logistical/mathematical and interpersonal. We should not aim to have high intelligence in all eight; that is impossible. However Gardner believes we should find and use our strengths.

At Yateley Manor children are not numbers or members of data sets. They are individuals and we actively seek the areas of their lives in which they are intelligent. When children identify their strengths they build confidence and self-esteem. With this comes confidence in other areas of the curriculum and school life.

Your child is an individual with individual strengths, requiring individual attention.