Pre-K Programs near Cottonwood Heights, UT
Is your child 4 or 5? We can prepare your child with tools for academic success and a long-lasting passion for learning at a young age.
At The Newcastle School, students ages 4-5 take part in pre-kindergarten programs designed to achieve kindergarten preparedness. This curriculum is modern and enables children to expand a skill set that goes incrementally beyond what they were taught during the 3-4 preschool year. The Newcastle School is located in Draper, so we are a convenient pre-k curriculum for residents of Cottonwood Heights and other areas of Salt Lake County.
Going to preschool provides children with first experiences like following group directions, socializing with classmates and using supplies in an applied technique. Our lessons make sure that children participate in a balanced, educational ten-month experience that is developed to teach them a comprehensive scope of strengths and wisdom.
What The Newcastle School Gives Students
The Newcastle School wants your child to succeed. All age groups use streamlined weekly social studies themes throughout the year, and each group participates in different age-appropriate learning activities. Our pre-kindergarten methods for 4-5-year-olds emphasize realistic experiences and learning moments. Students become dynamically interested in new learning resources, art and music while making discoveries that are more difficult than discoveries made throughout the 3-4 preschool year.
Find Out More
Learn more about what we provide in the links below:
- Preschool Reading, Writing and Literacy
- Preschool Math, Art and Science
- Preschool Music, Food and Play
- Preschool Communication and Assessments
- Preschool Parent Participation
Do you have questions about what your 4-5-year-old should know before entering kindergarten? Here are some ideas:
To find out more about us, visit our free interactive tour page or contact us at 801-553-0622. The Newcastle School has helped students from Cottonwood Heights and throughout Utah gain the skills they need for an enduring love of education.