Bright Beginnings exposes students to solid academic programs and services at an early age promoting positive social interaction, self-expression, emotional development, curiosity, and independence. As the initial phase of the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program (IB PYP), it implements the best teaching and learning practices based on early childhood developmental theories and curriculum models. This creates an exciting classroom environment that combines foundational academic skills with hands-on learning and constructive play to enhance development and a life-long love of learning.
At Robinson School, we offer your preschool child a safe and nurturing learning experience, where children are intellectually engaged in a happy and stimulating environment. Our Preschool Program is part of our International Baccalaureate Program, a renowned accreditation that creates global citizens and leaders. Teachers are highly-prepared in Early Childhood Education and understand students thrive in our 6:1 teacher-student ratio.
Exposure to academically solid programming and services promote positive social interaction, self-expression, emotional development, curiosity, and the independence necessary for a lifelong love of learning. Bright Beginnings implements best practices derived from a host of early childhood developmental theories and curriculum models. In doing so, our highly-skilled early childhood faculty creates an exciting classroom environment that combines foundational skills in reading, writing, and arithmetic – with hands-on learning and constructive play to enhance social, emotional, physical, and creative skills. All Preschool classrooms feature an open floor plan divided into areas of interest like technology, art, drama, gardening, literature, fine motor skills, and more.
Specifically, we seek to:
• Help children build the skills necessary for future success
• Foster a love of learning
• Facilitate the transition from preschool to elementary school
• Develop students as competent learners
• Help children adjust to new environments
• Establish appropriate behavior
• Connect with the outside world
- Language Arts
- Physical Education
- Spiritual Life
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