The School Mission
Piccoli Bambini Preschool provide the perfect environment for every child to egnite deep curiosity and drive their interest to understand their world and their place within it.
The fundamental right of all children is to access education. With that in mind, Piccoli Bambini Preschool recognizes that each child has individual characteristics interests abilities and learning styles. Our preschool promotes inclusion and a broad sense of the value of neurodiversity.
The School Philosophy
Our school’s philosophy is based on respect for childhood and the perception of children as competent, capable learners with inherent, irrefutable rights. This governs how we protect children, how we teach and learn from them, and how we recognize their achievements.
The School Program
Piccoli Bambini offers a complete program with flexible hours from 7 am to 7 pm. We offer Italian, Art and Music classes included as part of our curriculum, we offer live access to the classroom through a system of cameras from which parents can also enjoy. Serving children between the age of 12 weeks and 5 years, the private preschool is expected to open in the Fall, at 2800 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami. Registration and enrollment have begun for the Fall.
The School Guiding Principles
Piccoli Bambini’s curriculum is based on the following guiding principles:
- Knowledge is transferred through positive and meaningful interactions in the classroom through the implementation of the teacher’s pedagogical system.
- We let our students be the protagonist in the learning experience, unleashing their potential, natural curiosity and interest in learning.
- The preparation of the physical spaces in which kids will develop as they act as a third teacher, ensuring that the stimulation is present in each space properly identified with purpose.
- Families as main partners. Active participation of the families is vital and take different forms in our preschool community. Parents have an active role in the learning experiences of our students and help us ensure a wholesome and integral development of the children which is documented to monitor their academic and physical progress.