There is never a dull moment in the Early Years, with a wealth of activities and learning opportunities taking place.

Days in the Pre-School are divided between free-flow play and focused topic activities.

Free-flow play takes place between the two classrooms and the Early Years outdoor playground. Children select where they would like to play, whilst being fully supervised. This enables children to develop the confidence to independently choose an activity.  Structured activities such as topic work, library visits, gym activities or outdoor learning also take place. These focused activities support children’s learning, encouraging them to think creatively, use their imagination, communicate with others, all whilst enjoying themselves. Most importantly, every day is fun!

Whether it be painting, dressing up, singing, gardening, learning French or just playing outdoors, children are filled with opportunities to discover and grow.

Daily activities taking place in the Pre-School and Early Years include:

  • Sensory Play
  • Free-Flow Play
  • Focused Topic Activities
  • Music and Movement
  • Phonics Lessons
  • Library Visits
  • Gym Activities
  • Role Play
  • Singing
  • Forest School
  • Creative Activities
  • French Lessons.