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Our Story

At Kinderstori SchoolHouse, we believe that children have the innate curiosity to learn and explore from a very young age. We strive to enhance their learning experiences by supporting them with the understanding of their world and their place in it.  We’re proud to provide a caring, welcoming and safe environment where all children feel loved, respected and encouraged to develop to their full potential. children.


We provide our students with the tools they need for future happiness and success. Our unique programs incorporate a variety of educational theories, while always keeping the child’s best interests in mind and allowing for hands-on, experiential learning. Get in touch to learn more!

 
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Our environment

“not a pre-set curriculum, but a process of inviting and sustaining learning.”

 

Our Mission

To inspire a life-long love of learning in each child in a safe, respectful, inclusive and nurturing environment.

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Our Core Values

We honor every child as a strong, capable and resilient; rich with knowledge and wonder.


We value the importance of active involvement in learning through play.

Every child is capable of constructing their own learning and in negotiating with everything the environment brings to them.


Relationships and interactions with the family, with other children, with the teachers, with the environment of the school, with the community, and with the wider society as perceived interconnected and reciprocal, are activated and supported.

 
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The Hundred Languages of Children

The child
is made of one hundred.
The child has
a hundred languages
a hundred hands
a hundred thoughts
a hundred ways of thinking
of playing, of speaking.
A hundred always a hundred…

from the poem “No way. The hundred is there.” by Loris Malaguzzi.