We believe that children should enjoy learning and should have fun in expressing their curiosity about themselves and the world around them. Our curriculum emphasizes and promotes "active learning", through hands on experience, observation and discovery. Our educators help the children to develop confidence by setting limits, offering direction, explanation and encouragement as well as praising them for their effort.
Our Educators plan a developmentally appropriate curriculum that meets each child's ability level and supports school-readiness, still allowing for flexibility, spontaneity and child-directed (as well as educator-initiated) activities. There is plenty of time for playing inside and outside, as well as daily routines such as eating, sleeping, hygiene and self-help.
Material is planned as a weekly thematic unit. The themes and activities are introduced in a way that "hooks" the children and sparks their curiosity. The children are encouraged to explore through all their senses. Through playing and guided activities the curriculum fosters so many life skills: building trust, independence, confidence, relationships, social skills, literacy, critical thinking, problem solving, understanding cause and effect, communication skills, self-discipline, math and self-help skills.