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Hall Early Learning Center

This all-embracing environment of education, and socialization with all age groups provides an immeasurable advantage for your child.

  • Curriculum and Care to Enlighten and Enrich Your Child
  • Results that Will Impact Them for Life
  • Safety and Convenience to Ease Your Mind

Programs

Our Greater Bridgeport community recognizes Hall  Early Learning Center as a high quality early care and education program. Classroom atmosphere provides the opportunity for high quality learning experiences and interactions, meeting all needs of every child. Our families are our partners at Hall. We are fostering competent learners through their social and emotional development.

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Our Early Learning Programs meet all the criteria set forth by the Office of Early Childhood in the (ELDS) Connecticut Early Learning and Development Standards. We use the Creative Curriculum for Preschool and Infants, Toddlers, Two’s. Children are regularly assessed using the Teaching Gold Assessment Tool, and the Connecticut Preschool Assessment Tool (PAF) along with the Ages and Stages Screening Tool.

  • Children are placed in developmentally appropriate classrooms according to age and level of development in both programs.
  • Children acquire the skills necessary to ensure they develop self-esteem and confidence, as well as independence and self-control.
  • Children are exposed to a culturally diverse and anti-biased classroom experience, which allows them to become more socially advanced and benefit from a positive overall experience.
  • At least 50% of Care Around The Clock teachers are bi-lingual in a variety of languages and come from diverse backgrounds.

Guiding Principles

The following are our Guiding Principles adopted from the Connecticut Early Learning and Development Standards:

Guiding Principles :

  • Young children: Young children are capable and competent. They learn best when their basic needs are met. Basic needs of young children include health (physical, mental and oral), are unique in their individual growth and development; develop and learn within the context of their family and culture. 
  • Families: Families are the primary caregivers and educators of young children, are critical partners in all early learning environments.
  • Early Learning Environments: We promote young children to learn in the context of relationships; reinforce the importance of the cultural context of young children, families, and communities. It is imperative that each child’s culture be respected and honored, and that children are exposed to diverse cultures, abilities, and family constellations, so they can learn about the broader world. Their environment provides opportunities for active exploration with meaningful inclusion of children with special needs. We also support children’s language development in their primary language.
  • Communities: All children deserve high quality early learning experiences that offer a variety of resources that support early growth and development. Thriving communities provide supports for children and families, including medical, social and educational opportunities for children, families and caregivers.

About Us

  • Hall  Early Learning Center in Bridgeport, CT serves over 270 children.
  • Safe & Convenient Facility:  secure, well lit, and gated parking.
  • Convenient to major bus lines.
  • Easy drop off and pick up process.
  • Hall Early Learning Center  is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
  • All Teaching Staff have degrees in Early Childhood Education or other fields related to Child Development.

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