Renaissance Academy Renaissance Kids
Limited Seats Available for 2023 (Illuminators & Virtuosos)
the benefits of the arts How a well-rounded education improves learning outcomes
It’s true that integrating the arts with education makes learning more fun. It introduces an aspect of play, develops the joy of discovery, enhances the thrill of exploration. This results in children enjoying the process of learning more and developing frameworks that allow them to study better. But it does so much more than that: a well-rounded education increases critical learning skills and fosters such pro-social behaviours as collaboration, cooperation and communication that are going to be useful in any situation and help your children thrive.
ages 1-5 Where learning paths are limitless
Foster a love of learning and the arts through this unique curriculum, based on Montessori and Reggio Emilia principles and enhanced through music, art, dance and theatre. Through meaningful daily learning experiences as well as multi-sensory and age-appropriate activities, even the youngest students can develop their intellectual and artistic abilities.
Our staff of Early Childhood Education teachers guide students through age-appropriate lessons, materials and opportunities that will build a strong foundation for both Kindergarten and the primary years ahead.
ages 1 – 2Renaissance Explorers
Our Renaissance Explorers program is facilitated by teachers who have specialized training to work with infants and toddlers. We are sensitive to the fact that for most students of this age it is their first experience in a childcare setting, and so our teachers are dedicated to making it a positive experience for both child and family.
Infant Toddler Certified Teachers | Sensorial Activities | Small Class Sizes
What our RK families are saying
“Renaissance Kids' carefully though-out curriculum and services are designed to provide students with an absolutely safe and comfortable environment where they can study happily and establish a strong and solid foundation for their future.”