After 17 years at the same location we moved in the summer of 2011, to our beautiful new school. Our School consists of – 2 large buildings comprised of;
• 9 Classrooms
• 12 Bathrooms
• 1 Kitchen
• 1 Library
• 1 Art Room / Atelier
• 1 Cooking Lab
• 1 Music room
• 1 Teachers’ Lounge
• 1 Multi-purpose / Dining area
• 2 Offices
• 1 Grassed play area
• 1 Covered sand area
For each age group the classrooms are spacious and each is set up in a similar way
providing consistency within the school for the children.
The rooms include a comfortable reading area, floor space for large play,
home corner, language area, science area, dress up corner, creative and
eating area and each has a bathroom. The toys provided are age appropriate
and develop varying levels of fine motor and cognitive skills.
Our Atelier: A purpose built Art room for little Artists. Art develops an awareness of colour, patterns, and form but most importantly it develops self-expression and creativity. Over the years our little artists have discovered the answers to their questions, such as; “What colour are shadows?” “How do you make blonde?” “How do you make a movie?” “What does snow feel like?” andmany, many, more besides.
Our Cooking Lab: In 2011 after moving to new premises we installed a brand new, purpose built kitchen for little chefs. Cooking lessons shouldn’t just be about baking cookies and cakes! We want it to be an exciting sensory world of tastes, aromas and science! In our cooking lab, our children learn about kitchen safety, nutrition and healthy eating, the different colours and texture of food, whether items are fresh or moldy. With the active involvement of our parents we are also able to offer our children the opportunity to create and sample a vast range of dishes from around the world. As well as find out about the food traditions, and the culture of their friends’ countries.
Our Library: A cosy library with over 3000 books, carefully selected and referenced, for age appropriate /themed selection. All children have their own library bag, and borrow one book a week to take home, read with their parents, look after, and return the following week.