Thursday, 19 July 2018

Visit Turville School for its open day

THE new management team at Turville School are holding an open morning on Thursday, September 19 and parents of children

THE new management team at Turville School are holding an open morning on Thursday, September 19 and parents of children aged six months to four years are welcome to attend.

The school’s aim is to produce balanced, sociable, confident children with an excellent grounding and desire to learn whether going on to primary or prep school.

The school is open 51 weeks of the year with sessions from 8am or 9am up until 1pm, 3.30pm or 6pm, and they offer up to four mornings a week of free sessions for three- and four-year-olds.

The schools have separate classrooms for nursery and pre-school, as well as an outdoor forest school complete with age-appropriate equipment and activities for different age groups.

For children at the Early Years Foundation Stage, the school offers 100 per cent delivery inside and outdoors. There are more than 22 Early Years Foundation Stage activities available for the children every day, as well as a range of equipment including Tomy cars, bikes, trikes, scooters, bouncy castle, slides and tyres.

The staff spend more than five hours a day outdoors, unique for any local setting. The school has developed a strong focus on adopting a healthy lifestyle, and the children are encouraged to make use of the 6,000 square feet fully-equipped playground built for one- to four-year-olds, as well as half an acre of woodland and meadow every day, whatever the weather.

The school also encourages traditional values.

Every year there are celebrations for Easter and harvest festival and the children take part in a nativity play in Turville Church. There is also an annual sports day, and mummies and daddies days.

Turville School’s next open morning will take place on Thursday, September 19.

Please book in advance by calling on (01491) 638071 or alternatively email office@turvilleschool.com.

The staff look forward to welcoming you.

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