Wednesday, 12 December 2018

Consolidating skills learned in lessons

AT St Mary’s School, the children progress from our nursery, from age two to four, into kindergarten — more

AT St Mary’s School, the children progress from our 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 is 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

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



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