All Saints’ Day School prepares eager learners by accepting, nurturing, and equipping children through
developmentally appropriate explorations.
All Saints’ Day School continues to partner with families, the church, and the community to inspire our students
as they become lifelong learners through active exploration and purposeful play; addressing the needs of the whole child in small classroom settings.
The All Saints’ Day School program focuses on the whole child: his/her physical, social, emotional, and cognitive being.
It reflects our belief that children learn best by being actively involved in their environments. We know that learning takes place when children can question, explore, and share information and ideas; trying new activities in a safe, risk-free environment.
As educators, we acknowledge that children are individuals and that each learns and interacts at his/her own pace. We understand that play is the work of children. Play provides children with many learning opportunities included, but not limited to:
• Problem solving
• Communication/language & vocabulary development
• Basic reading, math, & science concepts
As their teachers, it is our responsibility to guide them in this learning process by asking open-ended questions, conversing with them, and providing them with new and varied experiences.
Our philosophy promotes learning and provides children with a solid foundation of skills on which to build their future “houses of knowledge.”