We see each child as remarkably unique, capable, and resilient and it guides our approach to learning. We believe in educating each child in their own individual way, respecting their interests and learning styles, as inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach.
Our curriculum combines structured and unstructured activities that encourage young children's most important work: creative play. Artistic expression and academic education are both part of Reggio’s one hundred languages of learning.
Each day is filled with art, music, stories, language, Jewish living, and hands-on exploration.
We celebrate the fact that each child in our school is unique, and our curriculum is shaped accordingly, with deep respect for the individual developmental pace and needs of each child. Teachers are guides as children develop the critical thinking skills that are necessary for becoming lifelong learners.
Research has shown that a child will learn as much from birth to age three as they will from three through the rest of their life. The seeds of learning, curiosity, and identity are implanted in infancy, and we are here to partner with you and your child as they explore their love for learning.
LEARNING THROUGH PLAY
Our goal is to help each child develop their critical thinking skills, while becoming independent and successful learners.