Children learn best when they are happy, secure and having fun!
1. Our well designed preschool environment and resources help our children to develop in all areas of learning.
2. Our teachers are sensitive to the individual needs of each child, their cultural and family backgrounds, and their developmental stage of learning.
3. We provide parents/guardians a safe place where their children will develop to the best of their God-given ability; learn, discover, play and reach their fullest potential.
4. We have the best tools for helping your children develop physically, emotionally, socially, intellectually and spiritually at his/her own rate.
5. Our teachers are able to manage a wide range of behaviour to ensure every child's welfare and development.
What makes our program different?
We offer personalized learning. Our teachers set individualized goals for their children, making sure your child receives the right balance of support and challenge. We give every child a learning path that is suitable for his or her individual learning needs and wants.
Forward thinking teaching. We are working towards giving our children the education and values that will create the kind of leaders we need in the future. This is clear to us, we are creating the leaders of tomorrow, and good leadership begins with solid values.
The importance we give to the Family-Teacher Relationship. Often, early childhood teachers attend only to their relationships with the children. Yet, our ability to teach children expands past the children and includes family, colleagues, and our own community. By involving all of these parts we create a rich world for our children and serve as an example for the children to create positive relationships with other people.
We recognize the importance of play and our curriculum emphisizes learning by playing.
What do children learn from play?
Play nourishes every aspect of children’s development — it forms the foundation of intellectual, social, physical, and emotional skills necessary for success in school and in life. Play “paves the way for learning"
Kalliala, M. (2006). Play Culture in a changing world. Berkshire, England: Open University Press.