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    Windermere Preparatory School's academic approach is built on complex problem solving and critical thinking and culminates with the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme.


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Windermere Prep is hosting a "Teddy Bear" Picnic for our PreK-4 Students

Our PreK-4 students are getting ready to present to parents at the “Teddy Bear Picnic” tomorrow. This is always a fun day for our four-year-old friends! In addition to preparing our students academically for the rigors of kindergarten, our goal is to provide children with the appropriate experiences and learning environment that will help develop critical thinking dispositions that support life-long learning. We create environments that foster wonder, curiosity, and discovery so that children can discover the joy of learning. Early childhood is the time for all children to practice and master these positive dispositions.  Through a variety of instructional methods that include role-playing, singing, and movement our students are exposed to opportunities to practice every day. Encouraging our students to be confident public speakers is an essential skill that is often overlooked in formative years. This skill can strongly impact how your child views themselves and how they develop and find success in school. A child who is self-assured and can address their classmates or an audience confidently is likely to be seen in a more positive light by their peers and develop a stronger sense of self. This is a skill that will not only help them find success in school but also in life. So as you enjoy seeing our students on the stage, please remember they are working on a plethora of skills that will serve them well for life. ~ Melissa Fagan, Lower School Director