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The journey begins
Children are welcomed into Kindergarten at the age of 2½ where they follow an exciting play-based curriculum.
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Right foot forward
In Lower School, students continue to develop their core skills of reading, writing and mathematics, complemented by a structured wider curriculum.
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Safe stepping stones
Students in Middle School have the advantage of being taught by specialist subject teachers in their home classroom or in our specialist facilities.
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Ready for take-off
Our Upper School curriculum offers a challenging and balanced academic education, equipping students for the opportunities and demands that they will meet in the future.
Expansion of language provision
From September 2018, Dutch and French are being taught from KG upwards throughout the school. We are delighted to be able to raise the profile of foreign languages, particularly since this was one of the key areas that parents identified for school improvement. Whilst foreign language learning in our KG and Reception classes are play-based, levelled teaching has been introduced from Year 1 onwards, with beginner, intermediate and advanced/native foreign language groups where appropriate for both Dutch and French. In doing so, we aim to target the needs of beginners, intermediate learners and native speakers alike. As part of further curriculum development, we will also be offering French language certification through the French government DELF-DALF programme, which are internationally recognised proof of French language competency.
Expanding our language provision reflects our vision of opening hearts, minds and doors to the future. We believe that learning languages: