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Reggio Emilia inspired schools in north/west of Boston?

post #1 of 5
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Hi,

 

We are looking for a pre-school for our daughter and are very much interested in a school that is inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach. We have found the Advent school in Boston but wouldn't work well for us. The NAREA website was not much of a help.

 

Could someone point us to schools in the west/north of boston that are Reggio Emilia inspired?

 

Thank you in advance.

post #2 of 5

Hi Ravi,

Arlington Heights Nursery School in Arlington, MA is inspired by Reggio. I am a former employee.  Although Reggio is difficult to replicate, they definitely base their curriculum on a Reggio approach--and they have some of the best teachers around! 

Feel free to tell them  Beth Santoro sent you!

Good luck on your search!

post #3 of 5

Parents' Nursery School, in Huron Village, Cambridge. 617 864 3913.

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Peabody Terrace Children's Center in Cambridge, MA is a Reggio Emilia school for infants up to pre-school (different classrooms for each age group).  Wonderful community of people!  Not sure if the other child care centers affiliated with Harvard are also RE-inspired, but they may also be worth looking into.

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Jumping in late, but - Little Hands Academy in Sudbury. We love it!

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