Children take part in a wide range of activities during the morning or lunch breaks, and following the end of the school day.
A wide variety of trips are integrated into the school year. All trips are planned with due regard to the curriculum and great thought and care taken in order for it to be of the utmost benefit to the children and to better complement each year group’s learning.
Frequent visits to the local parks, especially for our EY school, are also an important part of our curriculum.
We also like to encourage visiting teachers to the school. Their experience and professionalism are an invaluable element in the education of children and it is important that the children learn to listen and interact with a variety of people.
Several after-school clubs are offered at the end of the school day between 3pm and 4pm for the EY school or 4pm and 5pm for the Primary school. These clubs help children to socialise, broaden their education and boost their self-confidence and attitudes to learning. After-school clubs include art&craft, fencing, ballet, sports, English for beginners, drama. A confirmed list of clubs available for each term is normally sent out in the first week of the term.
This year and as one of our most popular choices, we are thrilled to have the Young Entrepreneurs Arts Club in-house including their weekly blog for us.
With the rise of technology, our ‘YouTube and InstaGen’ kids are being exposed to the concept of business more than ever. Tools to help develop their own brands are at their fingertips – and to kids, it’s less scary and more exciting as their imaginations have no bounds! So whether the kids are branding their own business idea, designing their own interiors collection or montaging a music album cover, our action-packed YEA course gives kids an epic experience into the creative life of being an entrepreneur.
Learn more about the club here.
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