In our Early Years Foundation Stage, we believe that play is at the heart of all learning. The girls are encouraged to experience a wide range of activities to ensure that they develop as well rounded, independent learners.
See our Early Years video to find out more
Our vibrant open classrooms and outdoor learning area provide the safe, nurturing environment for the girls to engage in active learning with first-hand experiences. With the support of our experienced staff team, they quickly learn to socialise and make friends, working and playing alongside each other. We encourage parents to be actively involved in their daughter’s learning experiences through our interactive online journey.
Your daughter will be taught mainly by her class teacher and teaching assistant and the daily routine is flexible to give girls every opportunity to experience learning through child initiated play as well as guided play and directed teaching.
Girls follow the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum and develop skills in communication, reasoning skills, numeracy, language and literacy (including French), an understanding of the world as well as physical development. Each day girls enjoy creative activities involving art and design.
- A flexible daily routine
- Designated indoor and outdoor classrooms
- A focus on communication, language, literacy and numeracy skills
- Opportunities to develop independence and social skills
- A creative approach
- Active learning
- Specialist PE, modern languages, computing and music teaching
4+ Virtual Stay & Play Sessions
Our virtual Stay & Play sessions are run by our Early Years staff and specialists teachers for girls wishing to join Reception in September 2021 or September 2022.
We are offering a variety of different themes including Story Telling, French, Singing and 4+ Tasters. Each theme is duplicated throughout the term, with identical content to enable flexibility. Please only register for one session in each theme.
“The children in the EYFS make rapid progress and are well prepared for their future in the school.”ISI