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Saskatoon Public Schools
Inspiring Learning
​​​​Prekindergarten is a developmentally appropriate early childhood education program for three- and four-year-old children who may benefit from additional supports, such as speech, language and social development programming. 

The program focuses on the development of the whole child: physical, social, emotional, spiritual and intellectual. In prekindergarten, children experience active, experiential learning through play and a comprehensive, integrated program within a prepared environment. Students, family and teachers work together to foster the child's development. 

Prekindergarten helps children to:
  • Develop language and communication skills
  • Develop problem-solving skills
  • Learn to co-operate with others
  • Make new friendships
  • Prepare for the school environment. 

​Schools Offering Prekindergarten

A list of schools offering prekindergarten can be found here


​To register, click here.

Note: Space is limited to 16 students. Priority is given to students who reside in the school catchment area (neighbourhood), who are of the appropriate age and who would most benefit from enhanced programming.

Note: Busing is provided only one way for prekindergarten students. If students attend morning class, they will be bused to school. If they attend afternoon class, they will be bused home.