Preschooland Kindergarten play a vital role in the emotional, social and also behavioral development of any child. It is a first learning place for a child after leaving home. They areput into a new environment which they need to adjust to, and thus must receive the proper care, attention and social development to help them acclamate and develop. With a complete understanding of the needs of preschoolers and kindergarteners, Anne Sullivan Nursery School and Kindergarten is committed to enhancing social development in kids and developing harmonious relationships. The small group size help our teachers pay close attention to every child and facilitate the ability forthem to function effectively within a group.
Each child is different and so are their learning abilities. With individual attention to every child, our teachers are able to learn their strengths and areas of improvement and are dedicated to empower them to resolve any issues that may arise on their own. Anne Sullivan Nursery School and Kindergartenis committed to the ideals and practices of anti-bias education where the children’s awareness of, and appreciation for, the similarities and differences which characterize human beings as individuals, as families, as societies and as cultures is awakened. The school is named after Anne Sullivan, who was the teacher of Helen Keller whose disability had completely isolated her from the rest of the world.With the help of Anne Sullivan, Helen Kellerovercame her disability to become not only a very well-educated person, but also one who, through her great love and passion, gave hope and inspiration to disabled and healthy people alike.
The teachers at Anne Sullivan Nursery School and Kindergarten promote warm, sensitive and responsive interactions which create a learning environment of peace, acceptance and love, the basic foundations for growth.The well qualified teachers frequently attend myriad courses, workshops and seminars to stay on top ofthe latest research in education. We are proud that our school is open to all children regardless of race, creed, religion, ethnicity, gender or disability.