St. James Child Development Center Child Inc.
1941 Webberville Rd Austin, TX
Daycare & Child Care, Preschools, Center
Up to 5 yrs
7:30am - 5pm
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About St. James Child Development Center Child Inc.
St. James Child Development Center Child Inc. is a center-based early care and education program for the students and families of Austin. Attending centers like St. James Child Development Center Child Inc. can benefit students who’re ready for a school-like environment, rich in activities, resources and opportunities to learn and grow, but don’t want to sacrifice on the close relationships with peers and staff that you’d expect from any child care provider. Students at St. James Child Development Center Child Inc. join a community of learners that will explore, play and grow together. With a full-time schedule, St. James Child Development Center Child Inc. also can provide the care that Austin parents need. Full-time means that students get the best of repeated daily instruction with non-family adults and peers of similar ages. Students will see their development and learning skills grow quickly in an environment that’ll set them up well for the years ahead! Parents get the benefit, too, of enrolling their children in a learning community all the while having the large time blocks to spend at work or on other responsibilities. In addition, St. James Child Development Center Child Inc. teaches a mixed-age curriculum that facilities peer learning and communal growth. In a mixed-age classroom like at St. James Child Development Center Child Inc., students receive open-ended, stimulating activities and are encouraged to move at their own pace. Younger students receive help and encouragement from older students, boosting their confidence and self-esteem, and older students get to lend a helping hand, teaching empathy and the joy of giving. Mixed-age learning replicates the best of a family or neighborhood group structure as children socialize with peers a little ahead or a little behind their own development path.