About Us​

Why Eternal Sea?

What is your most memorable early learning experience? Like many people, maybe you will answer that the best memories are from when you were in kindergarten. Children in this period will be very active in the learning process, and preschool education will lay a solid foundation for children’s future learning.

Teaching Theories


Advanced IB concepts let children explore learning in happiness. The IB inquiry-based teaching stimulates children’s critical thinking. The IB learner profile encourages students to become inquirers, knowledgeable, thinkers, communicators, principled, open-minded, caring, risk-takers, balanced and reflective.


To educate and enable our students to become leaders of character, major contributors to, and valued representatives of their local, national and international communities. Equally important in the classroom is the cultivation of children’s creativity. Children learn art, drama, music, history and a second foreign language. They may paint their own impressionist “water lilies” one day, compete in sports another day, or prepare traditional foods from other countries, or perform a play of ancient folk tales. We develop and enhance each child’s perception of happiness and surprise. Children should relish the joy of childhood, and school life must have laughter and childish creativity. We want our children to love school and the process of learning. A famous quote about education: “Education is not a chore, but a pleasant journey to explore the secrets of life.” This is the most important truth we hope to teach our children.


The purpose of the course is to support the need for education curriculum. It extracts 19 representative virtues of Virtue Engineering. They are: Cleanliness, Gentleness, Courtesy, Responsibility, Truthfulness, Helpfulness, Unity, Patience, Obedience, Joyfulness, Generosity, Kindness, Courage, Peacefulness, Love, Friendliness, Thankfulness, Compassion and Service


We believe that every child has many gifts and talents to be discovered. They are not empty shells waiting to be filled by a teacher. Teachers are observers, followers, and guide the process of introducing wisdom, deliberation and experience into children’s learning, social interaction and knowledge exploration. Teachers develop work plans and behavioral guidance to shepherd children to succeed within the curriculum framework and school environment. In this way, every child in the classroom hopefully gradually develops good working habits and enhances their sense of responsibility and cooperation. Teachers use nature to motivate their students. Instead of confining children to the classroom all day, they often take them out to have contact with nature.


Homeroom Teacher


Homeroom Teacher


Homeroom Teacher


Homeroom Teacher


Homeroom Teacher


French Teacher

The Secret of Our Teaching

The secrets of teaching are: paying attention to the hidden nature of children at each stage of development, making appropriate choices, using teaching tools that enable children to develop their inner potential, improving themselves, designing activities, and preparing the classroom environment. We create opportunities for children to experience, promote their psychological, emotional, physical, social and cognitive healthy development, so as to protect the overall growth of children. To quote Montessori, we can think of schools as places where we teach only. But we can also see the school as a place to prepare for life.

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