During the regular school day, children are involved in many different kinds of activities designed to help young learners explore, discover and grow. They will have opportunities to initiate learning and play, as well as take part in more structured play-based learning under the guidance of a teacher and early childhood educator.
The teacher and early childhood educators are guided by a curriculum document based on the existing kindergarten program and research and other early learning curricula.
Through play-based learning and small group instruction, children develop a strong foundation for learning in all areas, including language and math, engage in healthy physical activities and the arts, and develop socially and emotionally through interaction with their peers and the educators who guide them.
Through informal meetings, parent conferences or written reports, parents will receive regular updates that include comments on the child's learning. The reports also include suggestions for parents to support their child's learning.