Our Preschool's Philosophy
We strive to provide a spiritually enriched environment for the children in our care.
Highly qualified and dedicated teachers and staff are at the heart of Trinity Episcopal Preschool. They ensure that each child feels loved, nurtured, respected, and challenged to be their very best for the glory of God.
It is our philosophy that play is a child’s work and that children learn best during age appropriate, child-centered activities. Here students gain knowledge through the active exploration of their environment.
Our program is strengthened by providing opportunities throughout the day for teacher-directed learning where children listen with a purpose, take direction, and learn to problem solve. We believe that the balance of both hands-on and teacher-directed learning will help to set the student up for success in their future educational experiences and encourage the love of lifelong learning.
The truth of God’s Word is incorporated into the entire curriculum and is built upon developmentally appropriate practices. It meets/exceeds school readiness, encourages exploration and fosters a child’s natural desire to learn. Our curriculum draws from ABC Jesus Loves Me, Play to Learn, Pockets of Preschool, and Conscious Discipline.
Curriculum Goals for the Preschool Program includes the following:
- Learn through play of exploration and discovery
- Given a variety in their daily schedule
- Discover God’s world through thematic units taught
- Develop fine and large motor skills
- Emergent reading and writing skills
- Participate in individual, small-group, and large group activities
- Age appropriate phonological awareness
- Early math and science awareness
- Introduced to colors, shapes, numbers, letters and sounds, simple math skills, fingerplays and songs, Bible stories and scripture memory verses
- Gain independence, confidence, and problem-solving skills
- Foster creativity
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Trinity Episcopal School is committed to admitting and welcoming students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin.