To continue building your child’s curiosity, empathy, intelligence, creativity, and well-being, our Lower School program engages and encourages your child at every level: Interdisciplinary, inquiry-based lessons—combining the core disciplines with music, art, drama, library skills, technology, and physical education—inspire your child to notice previously unexplored connections, ask probing questions, and seek hands-on, creative solutions.
Lower School at Langley
One of the most powerful ways that we can differentiate our instruction and our curriculum for our students is by knowing exactly who our students are as learners and as individuals.
So like, if you had a question at my old school, then they like kinda like, just like brush it off. But with Langley, they'll just help you individually, which is pretty cool, because since I have like a lot of questions.
Another way that we differentiate for our students is we think a lot about what skills they've mastered and what skills they need support on. And what next right thing is going to help challenge them to the next level of learning.
When I used to do math, it was like, so easy. Now it's getting a little bit harder. It's like multiplication, a little bit of division and algebra.
When we think about a curriculum for our lower school students, the things that we are staying really mindful of are balance, engagement, and really rich critical thinking skills. So we want to make sure that our students are exposed to a lot of different things
This year, Music and Drama are mixed together. So we do songs and like, you know, plays and I think that's really fun.
He does chants, he wanted us to draw dragons up first, and like, it's he's always been like, surprising.
So our Club Ed program is a wonderful extension of the school day. Students in Club Ed have an opportunity to do some homework, but they also have lots of opportunity to play.
When you come into the classroom, everybody's always like welcoming and friendly, encouraging, and helpful. So I really like that about the teachers and friends that people go here.
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