Cambridge Schools are committed to providing an excellent education that meets each child’s interests, abilities and needs as the teaching staff challenges each student to develop in all areas of growth and development.
Cambridge Schools are proud of our teaching staff first and foremost. Their interactions with your children are the most powerful determinant of learning outcomes and of your child’s development. The child-choice and teacher planned activities are vital to your child’s development and learning.
The children learn in a small size class with teachers working and guiding and challenging each child every day.
At Cambridge Schools, the children start their day with planned and meaningful hands-on, brains-on activities developing, handwriting, language and literacy, math and science skills. Throughout the day, the children engage in different circle times that are designed for learning the days of the week, months of the year, rhythms, rhymes, language development and sequential math skills.
Cambridge learning centers are designed for unique and exciting Early Childhood experiences. Creative Art, Dramatic Play, Handwriting, Language and Literacy, Math, Music and Science are intentionally planned for the children and teachers to work together and for the child to work independently as they gain skills in all foundational areas.
The hands-on, brains-on activities planned for Cambridge children allow our children to make important decisions about their day as they gain control over their own unique learning process.
The journey of learning begins with the Toddler and Two Year Old Programs. These children are learning all about their world through colors and shapes and their discovery of all activities through their developing 5 senses. The Three and Four Year Old Programs begin their journey of learning the alphabet, letter by letter incorporating the Letter Bucket. They will also be using the Get Set for School; a nationally renowned Pre-K curriculum that focuses on learning to develop drawing, early math, literacy and handwriting readiness. Cambridge Pre-Kindergarten children begin their journey of learning exploring phonics, math, reading and writing. The Handwriting Without Tears™ Program aligns new skills alongside the robust Cambridge curriculum.
Meeting & Exceeding the National Standards of Excellence
Cambridge Schools™ are licensed by Florida Department of Children and Families.
Cambridge Schools™ (Pembroke Pines, Weston, Wellington) proudly participate in accreditation from the National Accreditation Commission (NAC) for Early Care and Education. NAC Accreditation values the rich and diverse tapestry of early care and education programs and the uniqueness of each. Cambridge Schools proudly have received NAC accreditation. NAC accreditation is a rigorous, voluntary process by which Cambridge Schools demonstrated that they meet the national standards of excellence and have achieved the results of high-quality early childhood experiences for young children.
Cambridge School (Coral Springs) is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). This professional membership organization works to promote high-quality early learning for all young children; birth through 8, by connecting early childhood practice, policy and research. This Cambridge School along with the NAEYC accreditation process, works to achieve a collective vision; that all young children thrive and learn in a society dedicated to ensuring that all children reach their full potential.
HONORS & AWARDS
The Gold Seal Quality Care Program is a level of care that exceeds the minimum childcare licensing standards established by the Florida Statutes (F.S.) and the Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.) by meeting the higher standards of the approved accrediting agencies. Childcare providers who are accredited by one or more of the approved agencies, are issued a Gold Seal certificate by the Child Care Program Office recognizing their achievement.