Age 2 to 4
Early Years is a vibrant learning environment where your child has the freedom and choice to develop their own learning style. Encouraging creativity and imaginative play, our mission is to foster confidence and individuality in a harmonious and safe learning environment.
Our experienced Early Years educators create hands-on activities which support each child’s social and emotional development; building a community of happy, inquisitive and engaged learners.
2 years old
Our Nursery program provides a welcoming and safe environment for our youngest learners. At these early stages, a child is constantly learning by exploring, interacting, observing, imitating and listening.
Our program complements a child’s natural curiosity through a mixture of active learning and sensory play, encouraging children to learn about themselves and develop self-confidence and autonomy.
Our whole child approach is essential to support:
social and emotional development
3-4 years old
Our Pre-K program focuses on concept-based learning through play, providing endless opportunities for exploration, inquiry and creativity.
In Pre-K, children begin to make connections and construct an understanding of their world. This sense of belonging is important for all areas of their development, including recognizing diversity and respect for others and their cultures.
Pre-K also provides a fundamental introduction to the Elementary subjects: Languages, Science, Mathematics, Physical Fitness, Health and Nutrition and the Arts (Music, Drama and Fine Arts).
The engaging and fun learning environment provides a solid foundation for overall development, enabling each child to:
discover their capacities through a variety of motor and sensory activities
establish harmonious relationships with others and make reflections on their own actions
take pleasure in reading behaviour and gradually make connections between oral and written language
use various sources of information in their environment to discover differences and similarities with others
actively participate in their learning and use their creativity to mobilize their cognitive, motor, language, emotional and social development