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Pre prep-prospectus


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Pre-Prep welcomes day children aged from 4 to 7 and is the gateway to ‘The Windlesham Experience’. We believe our department exudes a friendly, family atmosphere and offers its children exciting opportunities that make it very special.

Our strong child-centred ethos ensures that the learning environment we provide gives your child a secure foundation for life. We believe all children need a positive and caring environment in which they feel secure. Through this they can flourish and develop the self-confidence and self-esteem which will help carry them through the challenges of life. We achieve this by fostering a developmental approach to learning where the children are happy to ‘have a go’ and are not afraid of making mistakes.

Pre-Prep is also a place for exploring creativity. It is important that we encourage creative thought in the younger generation in order that they develop vital problem solving skills to enable them to embrace the challenges of the future.

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  5. 5. Our curriculum includes all the relevant elements from the Early Years Foundation Stage through to National Curriculum Key Stage 1. However, as we are not bound by the constraints of the National Curriculum, our children have the freedom to study a broader curriculum. We offer diversity and depth of learning and have developed detailed cross-curricular schemes of work designed to interest and challenge young minds, to foster curiosity and harness talent. Literacy and numeracy, the essential foundations for further learning, are taught daily. We encourage a love of reading by immersing the children in an environment rich in books, both in the classroom and our beautiful library. The children enjoy regular story times and read to us daily from our extensive stock of reading books. The investigation of different topics throughout the curriculum is designed to íntegrate and reinforce the core study skills using themes relating to each subject. Trips to local places of interest and visits by Specialists bring subjects to life and allow children to experience learning in the wider world. We are very aware that getting the basics right will enable children to have a greater understanding of more challenging concepts as they get older. Children are encouraged to try their very best and are praised for effort, progress and achievement. Each child’s development is carefully monitored and evaluated using our own assessment system for learning procedures. We recognise and encourage important intangible strengths such as memory, imagination and persistence. v v iii ‘ «l lniiqpxanlíiannli Hiro-Jana’ «iïdiumi auaunvnvflnlíjlfidinn n; 4mm
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  9. 9. While the school day starts at 8.30am, the children are welcome to come and play from 8.15am. They are supervised in the playground or inside if wet. This gives the children time to socialise with friends and allows a little flexibility for parents. ICT skills are important for future learning. Our children have one timetabled lesson each week in the Prep School’s computer room, as well as daily use of class interactive whiteboards and computers to research projects. The children are introduced to French by exploring French culture with the aid of familiar objects, food, clothing and through our daily routine. Vocabulary is extended through songs, actions and the use of numbers. At morning break, the children are offered fresh and dried fruit with a drink. They then have the freedom to learn in different ways in the playground. They may choose to run around making use of the excellent outdoor facilities or devise their own games for which stimulating settings such as riding stables, a garage, a recycling centre and a dental surgery are regularly introduced by transforming existing equipment. Mini challenges around the playground provide children with an opportunity to ponder a puzzle and arrive at a solution. All our Playground activities promote social skills and interaction between children. The new Sensory Garden offers an opportunity for children to relax and learn in a quiet environment. At lunchtime, the children are offered a wide variety of home- cooked, healthy foods which are essential to their development. Y Y/ f J ¿ Fl al l ‘_. _. ""1 ‘tleLcLl l l lorilqpxundluoli Hrwhrqpüdixoxoil 1-v-núllillfliihhllltalollli
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