When choosing which Private Elementary Schools in Oviedo, Florida parents should get their children in, they take into consideration a lot of factors such as safety, quality, accessibility, and the like. With these checked, sometimes parents often believe that it is good enough for their children. They overlook the other one characteristic of a Private Preschool in Florida that is equally important with the other qualifications – and that is how big a class is. Other preschools promise a lot of other points but often leave out the vital part of how many children would one teacher be taken care of. At Little Lords and Ladies Christian Private Schools, we have small classes to ensure that all children are cared for properly.
Aside from the general security of the environment where the school is located, the safety of the building, and the clean background of all the staff, the number of teachers matters, even more, when it comes to ensuring the children’s safety. Because what would a safe surrounding and area do if no one is keeping an eye on the children? Teachers with no history of any suspicious behavior cannot spare children from danger if they are unavailable anyway. It is important to consider when choosing a preschool that there is a good number of teachers relative to the number of students in every class.
- Quality Education
Big classes have the tendency to be chaotic and unmanageable. A teacher facilitating a lot of students can easily overlook the others. Some children would not be paying attention or others would not be able to participate because the teacher barely notices them anyway. Having a big class is purposeless. It does not bring any learning to the kids. It simply becomes just something for the kids to spend time on but benefit nothing from. With a Private Christian School like ours, the small classes that we hold for them assure that they learn both academics and Christian values.
Although kids can be very absorbed and busy in their own worlds, they also often seek attention from the adults. They already have the grownups involved in their own little curiosities, experiments, and games. This is why sometimes they would be bringing things to adults and then taking them back again, and do a bunch of much other stuff that includes their folks. They need recognition, guidance, assurance, comfort, and many others that the adults can give their developing brains and bodies. A big class with a lot of students robs them some of the adults’ care. In small classes like ours, teachers would be effectively interacting with them, satisfying different aspects of their growth needs.
The quality of time kids spend in school should not be undervalued. The children’s safety, learning, and good mental well-being are ensured when the classes are small. It makes every teacher on the lookout for the best of their students.