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Posted On: July 26, 2019
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Preparatory For Early Learning

Nursery Philosophy

The Preparatory School has an intense interest in the total development of children. To that end we assume full responsibility of assuring parents as they meet the needs of their child's/ children adjustment, continued growth, and development. We create, validate, and maintain links between learning experiences in the home and those fostered in their educational environs. It is mandated of the Preparatory School to plan, present, and implements a program geared toward an enriching series of educational experiences. To affect the success of the programs of the Preparatory School, parents are encouraged to participate far beyond the regular and necessary monitoring visitations.

Overall Goals & Objectives

  1. Enhancement of the child’s physical, social, intellectual, and emotional development.
  2. Rein enforcement of self-discipline
  3. Development of Interpersonal relationships
  4. Provision of cultural awareness
  5. Encouragement of parent participation

Infant/Toddler Program
(3 months – 2 ½ years)

The infant/ toddler program has an experienced staff to stress the importance of a warm and loving environment in which each child is made to feel special. Our staff is plentiful with affection and cuddling that are essential at this stage of development. The professionally structured program identifies, stimulates, and maximizes the learning potential of each child.


Field trips and special events are also integral parts of the activities of the infant/toddler program, as this series of learning experiences provides scholars with an early educational foundation, so essential for their personal development and educational maturation.


 Objectives

  • Creation of a wholesome, warm, and safe learning environment
  • Provision of opportunities for exploring, learning, and social interaction through a variety, of daily activities preparation of activities utilizing the senses. Recognizing that infants learn through the use of their eyes, ears, fingers, taste, and smell.
  • Provision of opportunities for the use of small and large motor skills.
  • Provision of certain consistencies between “Day Care” and “Home Care” practices.
  • Provision and administration of a structured barometer/ instrument for review of child’s/ children’s development processes.