Creating an Ideal Setting for Learning
The Helen Doron Kindergarten creates an ideal setting for a happy, creative, socially and emotionally well-developed child. Young children are responsive to the design of the environment; an effectively designed classroom has the potential for positively influencing all areas of children’s development: physical, social /emotional, and cognitive. Language and learning are nurtured in an environment that values and plans appropriate opportunities. An aesthetically pleasing space can develop a child’s appreciation for the beautiful world around them. Most importantly, quality environment can provide a home-like setting that “feels” just right and enables them to reach their fullest potential.
Six Fundamental Principles in Helen Doron Kindergartens
1. A high-standard, well planned curriculum supports early learning and development.
2. Play is a means to early learning that capitalizes on children’s natural curiosity and enthusiasm.
3. Play is a means to early learning that capitalizes on children’s natural curiosity and excitement.
4. Respect for diversity, equity, and inclusion are prerequisites for honouring children’s learning, optimal development, and rights.
5. Responsive educators are essential.
6. Creating partnerships with families builds up the ability to meet the needs of young children and be responsive.
Funda Emral explains why Helen Doron Kindergarten is the ideal learning environment for her child.