Sunday, 23 September 2018

Children receive the attention they need

At St Mary’s School, the children progress from the nursery, from age two to four, into kindergarten (more commonly known

At St Mary’s School, the children progress from the nursery, from age two to four, into kindergarten (more commonly known as reception in other settings). Class sizes are kept small, with an even mix of boys and girls and a maximum of 16 children, ensuring pupils get the individual attention they need.

There is a balance between the children learning alongside an adult and the child learning on their own. These child-initiated activities consolidate the skills learnt in lessons but they are subtly organised into what is recognised as ‘play’.

Kindergarten has its own designated area, however the children are fully integrated into the school where they are taught by specialist subject teachers in music, French, IT, sport and drama. There are also a variety of extracurricular clubs available to them such as yoga, judo and construction club. Kindergarten children at St Mary’s are nurtured from the moment they join the school.

To arrange a personal tour of the school, please contact the school office on (01491) 573118 or email info@stmarys-henley.co.uk They are now taking admissions for September 2014.

For more information about St. Mary’s, visit the website at www.stmarys-henley.co.uk

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