In the warm and nurturing environment of our school, highly-qualified teachers provide a developmentally-appropriate, comprehensive educational curriculum for young children within the context of Jewish stories and values. Yad B’ Yad Children’s Center addresses learning for the whole child and our overarching goal to imbue our students with confidence and curiosity to explore the world along with developing an understanding about their place within the world, their classroom, and the whole community guides our daily work.
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What Our Parents Say
As a community of learners, children and teachers will collaborate to create opportunities that inspire learning.
We add greater challenges in all areas of development as children grow within our environment to prepare them fully for the academic rigors of school. We pride ourselves on a well-balanced, non-competitive approach to academics. A child’s unfolding development is our first and foremost consideration. We want our students to learn to love exploration and discovery as their foundation for future learning.
We use best practice standards recognized by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and monitor quality annually with the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale (ECERS).
Our Inclusion Policy: Valuing Diversity, Promoting Equality
All families are welcomed into our program with love and compassion. We believe no child, individual or family should be excluded on grounds of age, gender, sexuality, family status, ethnic origin, culture, religion or belief. We will ensure that our service is fully inclusive in meeting the needs of all children within the context of Jewish learning. We understand families come from diverse backgrounds both inside and outside of Judaism. Children grow up in diverse family structures that include two parent, one parent and blended extended or intergenerational families. We understand many types of families feel marginalized at times and this can affect the well-being of the children we work with. We welcome all children and families and whenever possible we make appropriate accommodations for all kinds of inclusion in our community building, school curriculum and synagogue activities.