The debates that go on in the upper Early Years classes are always exciting ones. As the boys learn through hands-on activities as well as peer activities one can hear the encouragement and see the joy of these students. Their discussions, and the development of the ability to listen, assimilate and counter-argue are a crucial part of the learning process. From numeracy group activities to science discoveries, to peer reading, the boys cheer each other on and are encouraged to hear one another out. No theory is useless. On the contrary, it teaches us and helps us get to the learning goal.