Family partnerships are an essential part of our high-quality early childhood program. When our teachers and families work together, children’s development and learning are fully supported. We have fused different approaches to technology and research to provide a rich learning experience.
Our CurriculumAt Princeton Academy, our focus is building bridges between home and school. We utilize an eclectic approach centered on the child’s emerging interests with the Creative Curriculum for Infants, Toddlers, Preschool and After School Children. For more than a decade, the Creative Curriculum has helped teachers understand developmentally appropriate practices, how to create daily routines and foster meaningful experiences that respond to children’s strengths, interests, and needs.
The curriculum is designed to focus on responsive care while incorporating objectives that enable teachers to identify what matters most to individual children. Teachers are provided with resources to plan, support their ideas and implement every aspect of caring for and teaching from birth to 5. The creative curriculum explains the skills, knowledge, and behaviors that matter most to the continuing development and learning of children. It’s a tool to help teachers observe children effectively and reflect on methods to continue supporting development.
Our Teaching Strategies Tool is coming soon……… to offer a wealth of family-focused resources that are completely devoted to helping early childhood teachers build connections between a child’s two most important worlds: school and home. Our supportive family connection solutions make it much easier to effectively involve and engage families.
Whether your child is six weeks or six months old, we’ll support his development and take care of his daily needs the same way you do. We’ll constantly communicate with you about all of the important parts of his day such as diapering, feeding, and sleep, not to mention letting you know about the exciting new learning he experiences every day. Combining all this with abiding by state-mandated teacher-to-child ratios yields the kind of infant child-care environment where children learn best and flourish.