Pupils throughout the school say that they feel safe.
ISI Inspection Report, June 2014
Key Stage 1
All children spend three years in the Infant Department where they are given a sound basic teaching in English, Maths and Science within a broader curriculum including Information Technology, Humanities, French, PE and the Arts. Certain subjects including Music, French, PE, swimming, ballet and judo are specialist taught.
By providing this happy, stimulating environment the children are prepared both academically and socially for the Junior School.
At Key Stage One we teach the children via cross – curricular topics to create experiences that will encourage an investigative approach towards learning in general. We want to develop the children’s interest and enthusiasm for the world around them and encourage their natural curiosity and ability to question.
We provide activities and situations in which listening and talking occur as naturally as possible. Children are encouraged to participate in reading activities from the start of their school life, and we pride ourselves on the standard of reading throughout the school.
Most curriculum areas directly encourage the children to think and discuss what they have done while other activities encourage the children’s imagination and creativity.
There is after school care until 5.30pm for Infant children at a small extra cost.