The Whole Child
Whole child education ensures that children are healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged.
At Primavera School, parents and teachers advocate for the whole child and realize its importance for the future success of our students. Small class size, parent involvement, a sense of community, academic excellence, an integrated curriculum, and close personal relationships exemplify the “whole child” philosophy at Primavera School.
All children deserve an education that fully prepares them for middle school, high school, college, work, and citizenship. Educating the whole child means promoting emotional and physical well-being as well as creativity and critical thinking. Putting children at the center of their education and aligning community resources to their needs, engages them in learning and prepares them for a bright future.
Learning More About the Whole Child
Learn more about the Whole Child curriculum at the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development website http://www.wholechildeducation.org.