"To provide an environment in which the child will find learning both challenging and stimulating, something that is both enjoyable and rewarding.
To encourage the child to acquire good study habits, such as patience, the ability to concentrate and ignore distractions, and to complete assigned tasks.
To teach the child the importance of good manners and politeness.
To make the child familiar with, and to readily recognize and draw the essential forms, shapes, and numerals, and to be able to use this information in their daily tasks.
To develop the child’s language skills, so that he or she learns to speak English correctly, with good clear diction.
To teach the child to read. The goal of the reading program is to have the child reading at his/her grade level, to have a positive attitude toward reading, and to acquire independent reading skills that will enhance reading pleasure and comprehension.
To maintain an environment in which each child is given recognition and made to feel wanted; one in which he or she is encouraged to be imaginative and to give expression to his or her ideas- whether in words or through other means- and in which he or she grows, and continues to grow, not merely physically, but emotionally as well.
Excerpted from the preschool's website