The Best 3-4 Year-Old Preschool in Cottonwood Heights, Utah

Do you have a 3-4 year old? If you do, it’s essential to start their learning development right away. At The Newcastle School in Cottonwood Heights, Utah, we can help provide your little ones with skills for educational success and lifelong learning from an early age.

In The Newcastle School, students ages 3-4 are involved in a ten month curriculum which provides an introduction to academics with a strong focus on socialization. At Newcastle, children are taught the mechanics of school and observe interacting with peers.

Going to preschool provides children with first experiences like following group instructions, socializing with peers and trying out materials in a practical setting. Our lessons ensure that students get involved in a varied, interesting ten-month experience that is structured to teach them a wide range of skills and theories.

What Our Preschool Offers

We want to help your child succeed. Our curriculum for our 3-4 year-old students concentrates on developing positive opnions towards education, improving confidence and molding inquisitiveness. We designed this academic program explicitly for the age group. While it isn’t too easy, the program is suitable for their age and mental expansion.

We keep our classes small, usually about only 12 students, allowing us to include additional activities when appropriate for specific students who need more of a challenge. All age groups at our school use identical, standardized weekly social studies subjects, but each age group participates in separate age-appropriate activities. Our preschool programs at Newcastle increase children’s skills far past what is recommended before beginning kindergarten.

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Contact Us

To learn more about us, visit our free interactive tour page or call 801-553-0622. We have assisted children from Murray, Sandy, Draper and all across Utah gain the tools they need for an enduring appreciation for education.