What to expect

Pre-Prep offers children taking their first steps into full-time schooling the opportunity to explore and expand their interests and talents in a safe and secure environment.

Children are introduced to as many different experiences as possible and they are always encouraged to try something out, even if they find the activity challenging. We encourage a 'can do' attitude instilling children with both the desire to succeed and the resilience to cope and to bounce back when things are difficult.

Children are supported by their peers and teachers in their daily tasks, but also enjoy the company of older children who may help in their classrooms or around the school. It is our intention to make the first four years of formal schooling an inspiring time, when we build firm and strong foundations for learning about life.

 

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