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PRE-PREP CURRICULUM


In the Pre-Prep, we broadly follow the National Curriculum (EYFS), laying particular emphasis on the early acquisition of the traditional basic skills of reading, writing and numeracy. From Reception, there are specialist teachers for music, dance and French. From Year 1, specialist teaching is introduced for ICT, art and sport; all other subjects are taught by the form teachers. Humanities are taught through a series of specific topics throughout the year.

 

OVERVIEW

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LANGUAGES


French is taught from entry and is mostly orally based during the Pre-Prep years.

French is taught from entry and is mostly orally based during the Pre-Prep years.

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THE ARTS


The development of creative skills and awareness in art, music and drama play an important role. All children have two music lessons a week incorporating singing, movement and percussion. Children take part in at least one musical and/or drama production a year as well, as class assemblies to which parents are invited.

The development of creative skills and awareness in art, music and drama play an important role. All children have two music lessons a week incorporating singing, movement and percussion. Children take part in at least one musical and/or drama production a year as well, as class assemblies to which parents are invited.

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION


There is some sort of physical activity on most days of the week. Ball skills, swimming, gymnastics and games are all taught weekly. In addition, Reception children have a weekly dance class and Years 1 and 2 have tennis coaching in the summer.

There is some sort of physical activity on most days of the week. Ball skills, swimming, gymnastics and games are all taught weekly. In addition, Reception children have a weekly dance class and Years 1 and 2 have tennis coaching in the summer.

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HOMEWORK


Homework is set right from the start in order to develop good, independent work habits. In Reception, this is normally a small amount of reading each day, weekly spelling lists and the occasional work sheet. From Year 1 the children read daily and the amount of written homework is gradually increased.

Homework is set right from the start in order to develop good, independent work habits. In Reception, this is normally a small amount of reading each day, weekly spelling lists and the occasional work sheet. From Year 1 the children read daily and the amount of written homework is gradually increased.

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HOME & SCHOOL


Progress is monitored on a continuous basis and parents receive full written reports at the end of the Autumn and Summer Terms as well as an opportunity to meet their child's Class Teacher for an in-depth discussion. Involvement of parents with their child's progress is considered a valuable asset, so regular informal parent-teacher contact is also welcomed.

Progress is monitored on a continuous basis and parents receive full written reports at the end of the Autumn and Summer Terms as well as an opportunity to meet their child's Class Teacher for an in-depth discussion. Involvement of parents with their child's progress is considered a valuable asset, so regular informal parent-teacher contact is also welcomed.

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OUT & ABOUT


We take advantage of our location being within easy access to the centre of London and visits are made to museums, theatres and other places of interest. In addition, visiting theatre groups and other performers put on workshops and performances at the school.

We take advantage of our location being within easy access to the centre of London and visits are made to museums, theatres and other places of interest. In addition, visiting theatre groups and other performers put on workshops and performances at the school.

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SCHOOL CLUBS


There are a wide range of extra-curricular clubs on offer which encourage children to develop their individual talents and interests from an early age.

There are a wide range of extra-curricular clubs on offer which encourage children to develop their individual talents and interests from an early age.

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HOUSES


We use the House system to encourage positive interaction among children of different ages. They also help to introduce a competitive element into the school. House Points are awarded for particularly helpful behaviour, a good piece of work and for taking part in House competitions. House points act as an incentive for constructive behaviour.  Children are allocated to one of the four school Hous...

We use the House system to encourage positive interaction among children of different ages. They also help to introduce a competitive element into the school. House Points are awarded for particularly helpful behaviour, a good piece of work and for taking part in House competitions. House points act as an incentive for constructive behaviour.  Children are allocated to one of the four school Houses - Bishops, Crabtree, Hurlingham and Peterborough - siblings are always put in the same House.

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