La Petite Academy was founded in 1968 and is one of biggest child care companies in the US. This article explores all about the academy
Teachers, classrooms, curriculums, and programs
La Petite Academy offers educational and childcare programs for kids of all and ages and operates more than 500 schools all around the country. La Petite Academy sets the bar high when it comes to teaching, security, cleanliness, and safety standards.
Teachers La Petite Academy teachers are highly trained, well-rounded, and enthusiastic individuals. All educators of the school have received state certification and have met all state prerequisites and requirements. Each also undergo in-depth training on issues regarding child-development, child behaviour, and child-care. Curriculums and programs Programs by age La Petite Academy’s educational and childcare programs are categorised according to age groups, namely, infant (6+ weeks); toddler (12+ months); two’s (2 years); early preschool (2–3 years); preschool (3–4 years); pre-kindergarten (4–5 years), and school-age (5–12 years). Summer camp The academy offers summer camps to children age six weeks to 12 years. In the six weeks to five year old summer camp program of the academy, kids get to experience special activities and learn interesting lessons. The six to twelve years old summer program on the other hand offers subjects in maths, science, and literacy, among others. Art classes Art is taught differently in La Petite Academy in that teachers facilitate the process of creating art, rather than teaching students a specific art style. In this method, students are able to fully harness and develop their creativity.
An overview of the classrooms
La Petite Academy believes that classroom environment is critical in child education. They ensure that kids are placed in rooms that are well designed, spacious, and secure.
The school’s infant rooms have lots of floor space and appropriate learning materials. Rooms for two-year olds on the other hand, are designed to allow kids to discover and develop their skills.
Classrooms for school-age children are laid out to encourage students to interact with each other and test their independence. Final word The academy has a strict cleanliness policy and all rooms are regularly cleaned and disinfected to prevent the spread of germs. In the infant areas, staff and teachers are required to wear booties over their footwear to reduce the risk of germ contamination.