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Welcome to Royaume

Bilingual Educational Preschool for 2½ to 5 years old
Town of Mont Royal, Montreal Qc

Bilingual Environment

Bilingual groups and immersion classes

Wide Spaces

A large gym that allows children to move actively every day

Experienced Staff

Since 1984, our caring team of educators has developed an unrivaled expertise

Meet our Staff

Here for our little ones

The personnel at the Royaume are selected for their training, experience, maturity and sensitivity to the needs of young children.
Our Educators have backgrounds in Early Childhood Education (D.E.C, E.C.E) and attend a yearly Early Childhood Education conference.
All our staff has a valid Emergency Child Care First Aid certificate.

Our Mission

Our school will provide :
  • a warm, loving, secure and stimulating environment where children can reach their full potential.
  • small child/educator ratios maximizing individual attention within a group setting.
  • programs and activities for children that focus on the development of the whole child, that are safe, age appropriate, non-competitive, non-gender bias.
  • a bilingual setting (English and French).
  • support for families and community.

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Pedagogical Program

OUR GOALS

Program Objectives

A rich learning environment with much to explore and discover is combined with a program to further the development of the TOTAL CHILD (cognitive, educational, social, emotional
and physical).

Such a program and environment is based on the beliefs that:

  • Children grow and develop at different rates.
  • Children are naturally curious and eager to learn.
  • Learning takes place when they are able to follow their own interest.
  • Learning is something a child does, rather than something that is done to him or her.
  • Play is a child’s way of working and learning.
  • Play allows the child to pursue his own interest. It allows for exploringand experimenting, it permits children to adopt and try different roles,providing the teacher with an index to the child’s thinking and development promoting creativity and stimulating language.
  • Children learn from each other. They learn to experience a sense of self control, self expression, responsibility, achievement and respect for themselves and others.
  • A rich learning environment designed with much to explore and discover helps young children learn basic skills as well as experience the joy of learning. Learning happens most naturally in a happy and peaceful environment.

Program content

The program at Royaume des Enfants provides periods of independent play, both indoors and out, as well as educational activity in art, music, drama, fine motor, gross motor, language development, science and mathematics.

We plan special field trips, and outings to give emphasis to particular interests and areas of study. Educators plan programs around specific weekly or bi-weekly central themes.

A copy of each educator’s weekly program schedule is available to parents on the educator’s bulletin board or upon request.

SOCIAL ASPECT
EMOTIONAL ASPECT
PHYSICAL ASPECT
ENVIRONMENT
FINE MOTOR SKILLS
COGNITIVE ASPECT
SOCIAL ASPECT
EMOTIONAL ASPECT
SELF HELP SKILLS
PHYSICAL ASPECT
ENVIRONMENT AND SCIENCE
FINE MOTOR SKILLS
COGNITIVE ASPECT
LANGUAGE
SOCIAL ASPECT
EMOTIONAL ASPECT
SELF HELP SKILLS
PHYSICAL ASPECT
ENVIRONMENT AND SCIENCE
FINE MOTOR SKILLS
COGNITIVE ASPECT
ACADEMIC COMPETENCES
LANGUAGE / COMMUNICATION

Our Immersion program is an excellent opportunity to introduce your child to a second language at an early age when the ability to assimilate new sounds and vocabulary are at a high level. The skills taught include: listening, following directions, pronunciation, memory, self-expression, pre-reading and the ability to link sounds to their source.

ATTITUDE
COMPREHENSION
EXPRESSION

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Special Programs

Lunch Time Special Programs are offered to children (3 and 4 year olds) who stay during our lunch time period.
Parents can register their child for these programs on three different occasions during the year. September to December, January to March and April to June.

Fees for special programs are independent from the lunch time fee and are determined by the educator of the special program.

Fees for special programs are paid upon registration and the registration process is on a :

FIRST COME FIRST SERVED basis.

The “Cardio Poussette” and “Mom and Baby Yoga” classes are for the general public and take place those mornings from 9 to 10 am.

Monday

Ninjas Karate

Tuesday

Book Club

Wednesday

Music

Thursday

Cooking

Creative Dance/Ballet

Friday

Yoga

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