Robbins Children’s Programs offers on-site full day childcare at our early childhood education and learning center in Attleboro, MA.
Our Pre K and preschool classes, lessons, and activities offer a diverse set of experiences to support your child’s intellectual and emotional/social growth.
Parents have peace of mind and confidence knowing that their children will be nurtured and given opportunities to grow and develop through a balance of learning and fun.
Our goal is to provide a secure, stimulating environment which is especially important for preschool age children encountering their first experience away from home. Our focus is to provide each child with attentive, individualized care that ensures their happiness, health and development.
Our belief is that play is the foundation for learning and our environments are carefully planned to promote exploration and creativity. Examples include large magnetic panels on the walls in every classroom that are used with a variety of materials such as magnetic wooden blocks and magnetic tiles. Some of the rooms are outfitted with Lego and felt board walls.
- Ages 2.9-K
- 125 Child Capacity
- Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children
- Before and after public school sessions.
- Full days during public school breaks, including holidays.
- Toilet training
- Nutritious snacks & lunch supplements
Preschool curriculum philosophy is guided by Teaching Strategies Gold, which is used together with Ages & Stages Developmental Questionnaire to assist our educators in preparing progress reports and assess social emotional development at least every 6 months (checkpoints 3x a year).
Preschool classrooms score Level 3 out of 4 on Quality Rating & Improvement System (Fewer than 5% of all licensed child care in the Commonwealth have achieved Level 3 or higher.) which is a method to assess, improve, and communicate the level of quality in early care & education and after-school settings, and is created and monitored by the Department of Early Education and Care.
RCP’s Preschool Program also offers PreK Classroom (Sunshine Place) as well as a classroom supporting the learning of part Day Kindergartners and children who just missed the age cut off date with more challenging curriculum (Duck Crossing.)
Preschool programs have been funded through the Department of Early Education and Care’s highly competitive Universal Prekindergarten grants for twelve years, and participate in the Quality Rating Improvement System state initiative.
The Sensata Foundation Grant Funding enables a focus on coding and STEAM related activities as well as an Hour of Code celebration to take place year-round in our Preschool and School Age Programs.