Our activities are based around the teaching practices set out in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum. Covering each of the seven areas of learning allowing children to access a range of activities that aren't always possible at home.
Our curriculum takes influences from a variety of different pedagogies including Reggio Emilia and Maria Montessori, but doesn’t constrict our practice into fitting one approach to suit all children. We’ve worked with leading early years experts to design a tailor made curriculum and philosophy, weaving in the principles of the EYFS – allowing children to play and explore, be active learners and critical thinkers.
Children growing up in London will inevitably lead busy lives, so while they’re young, we aim to give them time to play and enjoy their early years, at the same time as learning and developing life skills to prepare them for their future.
We’re happiest when children leave us confident, curious, and ready for the next adventure!
As well as our core EYFS curriculum, we offer extracurricular classes.
Our 3+ children are enrolled onto our forest school activity scheme free of charge. They'll be climbing trees and hunting bugs several times a week.
Led by our qualified language teachers, children learn the basics and have regular exposure to French or Spanish.
We encourage musicality throughout the day, from songs at circle time to singalongs with our specialist music teacher.
Our curriculum follows the Early Years Foundation stage, Ofsted’s standard for under-5s education.
Expressing themselves and listening to others, children learn to communicate with each other and adults in a variety of interactions.
Being active and eating healthily, children learn the relationship between exercise, rest and eating as they develop movement and coordination.
Developing social skills, relationships and self-awareness, children learn to manage feelings and be confident, personally and as part of a group.
The foundation of reading and writing, children learn sounds and letters through a variety of reading materials.
Children have opportunities to learn counting, calculating, measuring and describing shapes.
By exploring, observing and discovering, children learn about the world, people and technology around them.
All about curiosity and play, children learn to explore their imaginations through a range of mediums including music, art, dance and technology.