IS SERIOUSLY FUN
When the curriculum is taught with the children’s developmental stages in mind, children are more likely to feel excited about and challenged by what they are learning.
Meals at our centre are served “family style” in class groups. Our teachers sit and eat with the children to model table manners and healthy eating habits.
Children learn through the process of play because of an inner drive to explore, experiment, and discover.
We follow the New Brunswick Curriculum Framework
Children experience safe and caring environments where their emotional and physical health, positive identities, and sense of belonging are nurtured and protected.
Children experience intellectually, socially, and culturally engaging environments where their communicative practices, languages, literacies, and literate identities are valued and supported.
Children experience open and flexible environments where playful exploration, problem solving and creativity are encouraged and purposefully planned.
Children experience socially inclusive and culturally sensitive environments in which consideration for others, inclusive, equitable, democratic, and sustainable practices are enacted, and social responsibility is nurtured.