A Balanced Learning Approach Ensures That Children Are Engaged and Stimulated in Multiple Domains.

To create a well-rounded educational experience, we employ a holistic educational approach. It encompasses various aspects of a child's development and recognizes the importance of addressing cognitive, physical, social, emotional, and creative development in young children. By incorporating a range of activities and experiences, such as structured learning, play-based exploration, social interactions, arts and crafts, and physical activities, a balanced learning approach ensures that children are engaged and stimulated in multiple domains.

The goal is to foster a love for learning, encourage critical thinking skills, promote social interaction and collaboration, and nurture emotional well-being. This approach recognizes that each child has unique strengths, interests, and learning styles and strives to create a supportive and inclusive environment where every child can thrive and reach their full potential.


Empowering Children Through Intentional Teaching

Teachers are intentional as they choose the best strategies to accommodate the different ways children learn. This means that teachers have specific outcomes or goals in mind as they create their lesson plans.

Child-Centered Environments and Familiar Routines…

Children thrive in safe, healthy, and loving environments that allow them to try new things, learn about themselves and the world around them. Aside from assuring a developmentally appropriate environment, we design our schools from the perspective of the child. An inspiring environment that is conducive to feelings of excitement, intrigue, and the desire to explore.

Sound policies and practices are in place, ensuring a healthy and safe environment inside and out. This includes sanitizing the equipment, daily janitorial service, and regular inspections of the playground and property.

The physical layout of the classrooms includes clearly defined boundaries that separate the different activity centers. The children are able to navigate their surroundings comfortably as they choose the centers that interest them. Giving children choices about which activity to choose increases the likelihood that they will remain engaged in the activity. 

Children are supported as they construct, think, problem-solve, share ideas, and form questions as they encounter new experiences. Teachers encourage socialization and interaction with the materials as they monitor the flow of activities and transitions. Each classroom contains the following centers: language, construction, dramatic play, art, sensory, discovery, manipulatives, and music. The centers evolve throughout the year, equipped with materials and objects that support and enhance the themes that are studied.

Young children benefit from a schedule that is familiar and predictable, but not rigid. The daily schedule is prepared to create a balanced day incorporating a variety of activities. The sequence of daily activities will be different in each classroom according to the children’s ages and outdoor playtime, but it follows established routines. There will be times to do things together as a group and times to work independently.