Children develop best intellectually when they structure their own learning. Here they are free to choose from a range of developmentally appropriate activities, encouraged to ask questions, and led to seek their own answers – within a carefully structured setting.
Young children need a secure and loving environment for emotional and social growth. Here they learn to take responsibility for themselves and to read clues in their environment to aid their decision-making.
Our teachers provide models of mutual respect and affection while making clear their expectations for appropriate behavior. We know that a child’s social and emotional maturity are the best indicators of their future success in school and in life.