To ensure your child’s mind, body, and character all grow stronger together, our Primary School program meets children where they are and intentionally guides them forward: Two teachers in every classroom—an expert head teacher and an experienced assistant—provide your child with extensive individual attention and small-group instruction. Primary School reading and math specialists also work closely with students to build these critical skills.
Primary School at Langley
Age-appropriate instruction is so important for this age because we know that it's up to us to really start that strong foundation. And so we want to start it with kids being excited about learning -- with kids loving school.
My favorite thing about school is math and recess.
My favorite class is art class.
Teachers are infusing joy throughout all the learning because we want our three, four, and five-year-olds to love school so that as they grow and get older, they're carrying that with them.
The things I like about my teachers are [inaudible] time.
And we know that when students play purposely with center set up by their teachers, intentional vocabulary, intentional resources, they are learning just as much as you do in sort of a literacy small group.
Learning is fun, because we get to draw and and we get to read a book.
To have three-year-olds be a part of a big campus is something that's unique and I think makes our program even stronger. And and you see then how comfortable when our three-year-olds are in first grade they are on this campus and with the resources because they've had access to it for so long.
For our preschool and JK programs, they end at about a half day. And so in the afternoons, some students stay for the program we call, "Leopard Spot." And Leopard Spot is really special because it's really extending the great work they've done throughout the morning with the same teachers and with the same peers.
If a new student was coming to my class, I would say, "Welcome. Would you like to play with me?"
Welcome to your new classroom.
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