Creating an Ideal Environment for Learning
A well-planned environment helps promote a child’s inquisitiveness and approach to the learning process.
From the size and atmosphere of the rooms to a low student-to-teacher ratio, each classroom is specifically designed to provide a warm, intimate and secure environment for children to learn, explore and grow at their own pace.
Each one of our classrooms is designed to specifically support and encourage a child’s growth depending on his or her age group. Here are a few examples:
Young Toddlers : These rooms include plenty of floor space and appropriate materials to promote optimal development.
Toddlers: These rooms address the age group’s wide range of developmental skills with the use of learning centers.
Pre-School: lessons and themes will seem repetitive from before, but will be building upon previous experiences at a more advanced level during this year of our program.
Pre-K: Writing the letters A-Z (capital and lowercase), writing the numbers 1-10, the calendar (names of days and months), weather identification, perception and developing observation skills, understanding opposites, sequence comprehension (patterns and relationships), character education (positive values and attitude development), and health (body awareness).
School-Age Children: These children are provided with environments that encourage social interaction, individual exploration and opportunities to test their independence.
We take cleanliness very seriously and take significant precautions to prevent the spread of germs.
In the infant areas, all teachers and staff wear booties over their shoes to limit outside germs contaminating the spaces.
All spaces that children come in contact with are regularly disinfected.
All of the children’s toys are disinfected on a regular basis.