Self-development in a prepared environment
Your child arrives at nursery more or less in a cocoon of wonder and expectation at the age of 2.5. In less than two years the same child will be sufficiently independent and accomplished to get through a whole day with minimum adult intervention.
The essentials of personal co-ordination and control learnt will include washing, dressing, eating, preparing food, and being physically agile; and social skills include holding a conversation, taking turns, having opinions, making choices, exercising self-discipline and acting with joy and enthusiasm at work and play.
Intellectually and creatively, your child will be able to exercise the concentration and judgment needed to perform a wide range of tasks in maths, language, art, music and drama and physical activity.
The acquisition of general knowledge, with the early introduction of geography, history, biology and ecology will light a spark of curiosity that will be harnessed for life.
Although there is a highly structured curriculum through which these subjects are presented at each stage, your child experiences only a seamless atmosphere of holistic development driven by the will to learn.
We aim to satisfy your child’s expectations and earn the trust needed for curiosity to be satisfied and self-development to arise.