Our Philosophy– Learning Through Play
Researchers are finding more and more connections between children’s play and the learning and social development that helps them succeed in school. For example, pretend play helps children learn to think abstractly and to look at things from someone else’s perspective. Pretend play is also connected to early literacy, mathematical thinking, and problem-solving.
When Children Play
Explore, Get Dirty, Have Fun
We facilitate your child’s freedom to explore and investigate the world around them. This means children will get their hands dirty. Teachers and TAs facilitate this exploration as well as provide students with specific areas of focus – daily guided activities, a different one each day – focusing on Art, Music, STEM along with Social and Emotional Intelligence.