Preschool & Daycare Center serving Greatwood, Veranda, Bonbrook, StoneCreek, Summer Lakes, Williams Ranch, Walnut Creek, Riverpark, Canyon Gate & other nearby communities.
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math are integrated into learning activities at Kensington creating a fun way to explore and learn about the world and experiment with their creative ideas.
The Kensington School's curriculum integrates the Montessori philosophy with 21st century skills development practices and cutting edge educational approaches to offer a program that is fun, addresses the needs of the whole child, and prepares our graduates to enter elementary school with a sound academic foundation.
In order to compete and excel in the 21st century, children need to be equipped with the skills that will guarantee success in today's world. This is why The Kensington School has purposely integrated 21st century skills into the Montessori curriculum. These skills include Critical Thinking, Creativity, Communication, and Collaboration.
The Infant community is set up to provide an infant’s first experience at school by providing them with care and love while taking advantage of the time they spend with us to play and conduct activities that promotes their development.
Our infant community has:
The Toddler community introduces children to academic learning and the structure of a school day with direct guidance by their teachers. While the learning day begins to mimic a school classroom, the activities are hands on and utilizes play and fun that promotes their engagement, focus, and development.
The Preschool community serve as an important developmental transition from the toddler stages. Your child is continuing to be guided by the teacher in a variety of classroom activities in addition to being taught how to make choices independently of other learning they want to explore. Children are also beginning to foster friendships in the classroom and being taught how to collaborate more in small groups.
The Pre-Kindergarten (Pre-K) community serve as the bridge to your child’s next big step, Kindergarten. Thus, your child’s experiences in Pre-K mimics a Kindergarten classroom and curriculum so the transition is smooth. While children are continuing to develop their academic skills with the guidance of the Teacher, students are also guided to develop their independent and collaborative learning skills.