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Society Hill Synagogue Playschool

Our Playschool is a welcoming, inclusive school for children ages 2-5 that embraces diversity in religion, ethnicity, race, and family structure.

Society Hill Synagogue Playschool in Philadelphia is a welcoming, inclusive school for children ages 2-5 that embraces diversity in religion, ethnicity, race, and family structure. Our philosophy is child-centered and play-based. We believe that children learn through play in a safe and nurturing environment. We respect children as individuals and respond to their needs with compassion and dedication.

 

Our curriculum integrates age-appropriate academics focused on literacy and language acquisition, early math skills, and scientific exploration with free play and early socialization activities indoors and outside in our large courtyard, theme related art projects, circle time and singing, and a celebration of Jewish values, holidays, and customs.

 

Our unique Parent Cooperative program features a rotating “Parent of the Week,” providing an opportunity for parents, grandparents, or other caregivers to be in the classroom for a day with our students and share in all activities. The “Parent of the Week” sees first-hand what their child’s day is like, gets to know their child’s friends, and provides a healthy snack for students.

 

To schedule a tour of Society Hill Synagogue Playschool and/or get more information about enrolling your child, please contact Sahar Oz, Director of Education, at soz@societyhillsynagogue.org or by dialing 215-922-6590, ext. 129.

 

Photograph provided by Society Hill Synagogue.

Society Hill Synagogue Playschool’s reputation as a wonderful “first school experience” has made our program popular throughout the city for students of all religious and ethnic backgrounds; in fact, we treasure the diversity of our student population! In addition to our rich academic and social curriculum, we also educate our Playschoolers about Jewish values, holidays, and customs through music and art, and celebration.

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