CRITICS

The behaviour pattern of children depends on the type of activities to which they devote most of their time and the type of things they appreciate. Children’s strength in thought is directly related to their sense of appreciation or richness of taste. Good tastes produce good citizen personalities while bad tastes produce a bad personality. From childhood on, taste is woven around electronic media programs. They listen to songs and speeches, they read books, and they associate people, do sports, have a preference for clothing and choose their food and drinks. When a critical understanding is added to all this, the child gets accustomed to think and appreciate in a novel way.

At Whyteleafe, children are given an opportunity to think about the propriety of thoughts and feelings in their lifestyle and add a meaningful appreciation and richness of taste to their lives. The special feature is that it is connected to the entire life process, unrestricted to