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PREP CURRICULUM

AN INCLUSIVE APPROACH


The Curriculum in the Prep School is based on the demands of the 11+ and 13+ entrance exams. Subjects covered include Art, Design Technology, English, French, Geography, History, ICT, Latin, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Physical Education, Religious Studies and Science.


From Year 4, the children start and end each day with their form tutors but move to different classrooms as each subject is specialist taught.

French is taught throughout the Prep School and Latin is introduced in Year 5 with most children taking the Latin paper at 13+. Greek is available as an option for children taking 13+.

Speech and Drama are taught as part of the English curriculum and most children attend at least one theatre performance a year.

Drama and musical appreciation are also encouraged through a number of productions staged throughout the year and children get an opportunity to perform with their year group.

All children are taught to read music and many join one of the choirs and/or the orchestra. Individual tuition in a wide range of musical instruments is available as an extra.

 

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Physical Education


During their time at Fulham Prep, children will have the opportunity to take part in football, cricket, rugby, netball and rounders as well as gymnastics, athletics, basketball, hockey, tennis and swimming. Fixtures in the major sports are played against other local schools with as many children as possible being given the opportunity to represent their school.  There is an emphasis on team games...

During their time at Fulham Prep, children will have the opportunity to take part in football, cricket, rugby, netball and rounders as well as gymnastics, athletics, basketball, hockey, tennis and swimming. Fixtures in the major sports are played against other local schools with as many children as possible being given the opportunity to represent their school.  There is an emphasis on team games to build a sense of service and belonging as well as opportunities to hone individual skills and a competitive nature.  Karate, squash, fencing and are offered as after-school clubs on a regular basis and some of the older children have a chance to try rowing, sailing, trampolining and climbing.

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Field Trips


Trips to museums, art galleries, theatres, concerts and places of interest continue in the Prep School. From Year 4, all children go on an annual residential trip. There are other optional sports and cultural trips organised on a regular basis.

Trips to museums, art galleries, theatres, concerts and places of interest continue in the Prep School. From Year 4, all children go on an annual residential trip. There are other optional sports and cultural trips organised on a regular basis.

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Homework


Independent work habits are encouraged throughout the school with realistic levels of homework set that is age-appropriate. There is an optional supervised homework club for Years 4-8 on Monday to Thursday afternoons between 4-5pm.

Independent work habits are encouraged throughout the school with realistic levels of homework set that is age-appropriate. There is an optional supervised homework club for Years 4-8 on Monday to Thursday afternoons between 4-5pm.

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Houses


We use the House system to encourage positive interaction among children of different ages. House Points can be awarded for helpful behaviour, a good piece of work and for the myriad of house competitions that take place during the school year. House points can only be won, not lost, which acts as an incentive for constructive behaviour.  Children are allocated to one of the four school houses - ...

We use the House system to encourage positive interaction among children of different ages. House Points can be awarded for helpful behaviour, a good piece of work and for the myriad of house competitions that take place during the school year. House points can only be won, not lost, which acts as an incentive for constructive behaviour.  Children are allocated to one of the four school houses - Bishops, Crabtree, Hurlingham and Peterborough - on entry to the school and siblings are always put in the same house to avoid rivalry.

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