Features for Fun

Our School has created additional exciting spaces where your little one can grow and discover.

  • Simple drawing of a colorful playground structure on an orange, circular background.

    Playgrounds

    At The Goddard School®, we take playtime very seriously, which is why we’ve created the perfect outdoor play space that gives your child the freedom to explore and discover the world outside. Our safe and fun playgrounds encourage the kind of imaginative play that makes childhood magical.

    We adhere to strict Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards to ensure your child is safe and our playgrounds are secure. Each piece of equipment is installed by a certified playground safety inspector, and all the play spaces and outdoor classrooms are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act standards. 

See What Our Playgrounds Have To Offer:

Specifically designed for younger children, our infant and toddler playground is the perfect space for our littlest learners to experience the world of outdoor play. This space features a safety surface, shade area and a playground structure that’s just the right size for infants and toddlers to safely explore.

The imaginative play continues on our preschool and school-age playground, which is designed for children ages 30 months to 12 years old. With a safety surface, shade area and playground structure, older children will have endless fun as they play and grow. 

Four older girls paint at an outdoor activity station.

Outdoor Learning

Our School’s structured outdoor classrooms give your child the opportunity to engage in fun, hands-on activities while discovering specific areas of learning. 

Highlights may include:

List bullet icon A garden
List bullet icon Music instruments
List bullet icon A weather station
List bullet icon A dramatic stage area

These specially designed activity areas provide your child an opportunity to become a weather person, master gardener, musician or thespian as they develop new skills while having fun.

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