Kingsley's strength is its small size. Our son receives the attention he needs to keep him engaged and learning, but respecting his young age and need to play and be outside. Learning opportunities are all around; the teaching moves outside and to the park. He is learning French and having music instruction. He has a gym teacher. Initially, I was worried that the school's small size would be a negative but it has turned out to be the opposite. I have no doubt that our son is ahead of the game, so to speak. I believe the lessons he is learning in respect, collaboration and self-regulation will serve him well in his academic life.