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Open Doors: Visiting Educators Day
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Opening the doors in our third decade, Sabot at Stony Point invites you to join us for a full day experience of our school (preschool to 8th grade):

  • observing our Reggio-inspired classrooms and studios in action;
  • learning about the passion and fundamentals which drive this work;
  • conversing with classroom teacher-researchers and studio teachers about the everyday joys and struggles of this social-constructivist approach; and
  • viewing documented studio and long term projects

The cost for the day is $185; lunch and afternoon tea will be provided.

Please note: this event showcases preschool classrooms, lower school classrooms and studios, and middle school Exploratory experiences. Spaces are limited and registration fills quickly.

Registration is open!
Click here to reserve your place.

Past participants are enthusiastic!
“It is an amazing school — I never want to leave. It feels so natural; its what early childhood education should be universally.”
“Loved seeing the impact of student reflection. Loved seeing the documentation of student work. Loved seeing the students interacting with their teachers.”
“Please continue to share your light and inspiration with the world.”
"The physical environment offers so many opportunities for learning."
“Leaving inspired.”
“Love seeing the passion from all!!”

In-Depth Consulting, Mentorships, and Internships

Ongoing access to the Sabot classrooms and consulting faculty can be tailored to suit the needs of individual educators and teams. For more information or to initiate a plan, please contact:
Marty Gravett
Director of Early Childhood and Outreach

Spring Symposium 2019
Contact the school (804.272.1341) to receive updates about our next biennial Spring Symposium to be held in April 2019

General Questions?
Contact Marty Gravett
Director of Early Childhood and Outreach

A visiting teacher observes literacy time in kindergarten.

Lella Gandini engages with a few preschool students in the classroom.