Priority is given to maturation respecting the natural rhythm of the developing child- ”The child will learn” instead of ”The child is informed” which is to say the child is given support and allowed to learn through experience. We would like to become an extension of the child’s family life by offering a secure and stimulating environment, while at the same time keeping an open line of communication with our parents.
Our objective is to enhance the child’s social, intellectual, neural, emotional physical, and creative aspects of development. The Pre-school years are the most important educational development years in a young child.
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