In every family, there comes a time when parents will need to decide whether they should enroll their child in a preschool, nursery, or other early childhood education program. Sometimes this is a necessity, especially for working parents. Sometimes it is just one of many options available, including potentially keeping a child at home or hiring outside help like a nanny. In either case, every parent wants to know: What is best for my child?
FRIENDS' CENTRAL SCHOOL:
OUTSTANDING QUAKER EDUCATION FOR A CHANGING WORLD
Most young children today will start their education in either a nursery program or preschool before kindergarten. These early childhood education programs offer myriad benefits that will lay the foundation for a great education.
Topics: Lower School
Happiness is key--happy students and happy teachers are at the core of a strong Nursery program. Nursery School is a child’s foundational school experience, and the best Nurseries will start by creating a classroom that welcomes students and their families into an environment that is loving, safe, and fun. Classrooms should be filled with opportunities to build academic and social skills through play and hands-on learning. When researching and choosing a Nursery School, parents should look for a program that partners with families to raise confident, creative, collaborative, and kind students who will have the tools they need to move into their school years confident, curious, and ready to learn.