A number of factors are fundamental to the optimal development of any child. One involves the experiencing of a wide variety of activities which allows your child to learn, acquire, and refine skills. These activities should permit the child to consider alternative solutions and to assess the outcomes associated with each solution. Such activities should foster independence, including the child’s eventual ability to set their own goals and standards.
We also value the importance of creating a warm, loving, and nurturing environment that allows the adults and children to formulate a position relationship and bonds. It is important to note, it is through this relationship that children learn to trust other adults and peers, which allows them to experiment, learn and grow from their environment.