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8 Reasons Why Cambridge Has the Quality of International Playschools

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8 Reasons Why Cambridge Has the Quality of International Playschools

Thinking of enrolling your child in Cambridge Montessori preschool? Ssh, don’t answer that yet.

First, here are 8 reasons why Cambridge Montessori preschool is the best pick, how it matches up to international playschools in terms of quality, and why your answer should be yes.

There are Few Qualities as Given Below:

  1. Good Reputation

Cambridge Montessori Preschool has a solid reputation and is trusted by many parents.

Good word-of-mouth is the way many families narrow down their search for an excellent nursery or preschool program.

Hearing from trusted friends about their good experiences is a great way to start the process. You might also consider checking social media groups that are geared to families of young children.

You yourself will suggest Cambridge Montessori preschool once you’ve answered these questions to yourself.

  • Is your child happy to go to school?
  • Do they share new things they learned while at school?
  • How does the school communicate with parents?
  1. Passionate and Qualified Staff

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Passionate, caring, and qualified teachers and staff are a priority. As wonderful as a campus might be, it’s the teachers and administration that make the program.

While it is obvious that you should only be working with schools that employ qualified, trained faculty, passion can be harder to identify. But it is one of the key differentiators of an okay preschool and a great preschool.

When you visit the preschools and nurseries on your shortlist, keep an eye out for educators who speak kindly and respectfully with the children.

These are the teachers who want your child to succeed and who will do everything in their power to keep them happy and healthy in the process.

You will know for yourself how wonderful the staff at Cambridge Montessori preschool are.

 

  1. Active Learning

Cambridge Montessori Preschool believes in active learning and emphasizes a lot on this key factor. Young children learn best by doing or experiencing—through discovery and play.

We call this “active learning,” and it’s an important characteristic of any high-quality preschool or nursery program.

Lots of reading time, arts, and crafts, music, dance, exploring the natural world, outdoor play—these are all critically important to young children.

In addition to laying the foundations of a solid education by exposing children to reading and writing, play builds curiosity, teaches empathy and problem-solving skills, and helps children to learn important pre-academic skills and concepts like counting, recognizing colors and shapes, and building coordination and fine motor skills.

  1. Best Child-Friendly Facilities

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When selecting a preschool or nursery, the campus will play a role in which school you ultimately select. Safe and engaging facilities are very likely to rank high on your list, for a number of reasons.

The health and safety of your child are paramount and should be to your child’s school.

You have to make sure that the facilities are constantly evolving and being updated, and that the faculty and staff are well trained in safety measures.

Also, if outdoor education is appealing, look for gardens, animals, and opportunities for your little one to wonder about the natural world.

Science tells us that getting little hands dirty in outdoor play spaces improves health and brain function. Cambridge Montessori has the most advanced and safe facility which is no doubt the best for your child.

  1. The Best Curriculum

A well-designed curriculum stimulates your child’s development and makes daily life more fun. At this age, children can begin learning things like how letters and numbers are used in an everyday context.

(Think: counting toys and cutting out pictures of things that start with the different letters of the alphabet). The curriculum should change over time, giving your child the chance to try something new.

It is also adjusted to match each child’s abilities and skill levels. Our Montessori Preschool has specific educational philosophies, but overall, we look to give our students a program that encourages independence and inspires your child’s individuality and creativity.

  1. Solid Ground Rules

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A tough policy may inconvenience you if your child is ill but keeping sick children (and staff) away from each other makes sense.

A good preschool helps cut down on illness by requiring all children and employees to have current immunizations and get regular check-ups.

A preschool that doesn’t have an open-door policy could have something to hide. Cambridge Montessori Preschool is very open about our ground rules and we have absolutely nothing to hide from parents.

  1. Age Appropriate Study Material

For pre-schoolers and kindergartners, picture storybooks and colorful informational books on topics that interest children, such as animals, transportation, and dinosaurs, are a must.

Kindergartners should also have access to short books designed for beginning readers.

Books should be placed so that children can get them easily and sorted by level, genre or topic so that children can begin to practice selecting appropriate books themselves.

Cambridge Montessori preschool emphasizes on this a lot and strives to give students the best.

  1. Parent Involvement

Children learn best when their parents and teachers work together. Look for environments in which teachers have ways of communicating with parents regularly, such as newsletters or notes about children’s days.

This is why Cambridge Montessori preschool has a very high emphasis on parent involvement in the education of the child and also organizes parent workshops to give the child the best preschool education.

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