Play is the building block of learning for toddlers. The classroom environment is thoughtfully arranged to allow play and exploration.
Strong attachments between staff and toddlers give the children a sense of security, confidence and trust. Our low child to teacher ratio gives ample opportunity to develop loving relationships.
Toddlers experience the world through touch, exploration and active learning. Our teachers develop their curriculum to nurture the development of each child.
Play is essential to preschooler's learning. Classroom environments with developmentally appropriate focus areas such as dramatic play and block centers ensure adequate time to explore and play.
Small class sizes give teachers the opportunity to get to know each child and develop loving relationships. Children get the individualized care and attention they need.
The teacher developed curriculum is tailored to each child. Learning is fostered through play and active learning. Independence and social and emotional development grows by leaps and bounds in preschool.
Pre-Kindergarten aged children explore and learn through play. Developmentally appropriate focus areas include writing, math, science, dramatic play, sensory exploration and creative arts.
A loving relationship between teachers and children ensures children reach their full potential. Children feel a sense of belonging and acceptance. Turn taking, sharing, kindness and compassion are taught by example as well as with teacher led experiences.
Our play based, teacher developed curriculum is inspired by the Whole Child approach. Teachers are able to tailor lesson plans to support individual learning and allow children to learn at their own pace, this fosters a love for learning and builds a solid foundation for kindergarten and beyond.