Saint Stephen's

Preschool

An exciting, stimulating, place for your child to maximize their potential.
Hours 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

 
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Saint Stephen's Preschool

Saint Stephen’s Preschool is a ministry of Saint Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Birmingham, Alabama. We are a half day preschool for ages 6 months to 5 years old. Our regular hours are 9:00am – 1:00pm and we have extended hours in the mornings (8:00am - 9:00am) for all ages and in the afternoons (1:00pm – 2:30pm) for children who are in the 2’s classes and older. 

 

Programs

Mother's Day Out
Preschool
5K

Curriculum

For more details about the specific curriculum for each age group click here.

Purpose

The purpose of Saint Stephen's Preschool is to give the parent free time, knowing his or her child is in a loving, Christian environment; and that the child is under the supervision of a trained worker and teacher whose goal is to develop each child in the areas of social, physical, emotional, and mental growth.

 

Objectives

Your child will participate in a variety of activities suitable to his or her age, such as:
Exploring his/her environment; interacting with teachers and other children; learning to respond, sing, and listen to different kinds of music; enjoying stories, poetry, dramatizations, puppetry, and books; using play equipment to aid in physical development; and working with manipulative materials, such as paints, clay, crayons, scissors, paste, puzzles, and other craft items.
Experiences are designed to strengthen a child's self concept and understanding of his or her surroundings, such as:

  • Working as an individual

  • solving problems in everyday life

  • respecting others' rights

  • developing the feeling that school is a place:

  • where he/she can find love and understanding and

  • understanding that he/she is special

  • and has worth to himself/herself and others

  • regardless of whether he or she achieves


Working to achieve these goals in our school is a staff experienced in caring for children.

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