[vc_row full_width=”stretch_row” css=”.vc_custom_1476277432985{margin-top: -7px !important;padding-top: 33px !important;padding-bottom: 57px !important;background-color: #fff9f2 !important;}”][vc_column][stm_title title_tag=”h2″ title_color=”custom” sep_color=”custom” sep_enable=”true” title=”Junior Department/Key Stage 2″ title_color_custom=”#911d77″ sep_color_custom=”#911d77″ sep_line_width=”50px” sep_line_height=”5px”][/stm_title][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1579091210969{margin-bottom: 15px !important;}”]♦ The Junior Department caters for children in years 3-6. The curriculum is based on the English National Guidelines for key stage 2 and all pupils in year 6 take the key stage 2 tests each May.

♦ The curriculum in the Junior Department offers a wide range and variety approach to subject teaching. Several subjects are taught by specialist teachers with progress in the subjects being monitored by the class teacher. The pupils are taught in small groups for several subjects. We place a strong emphasis on English & Maths, both of which are taught daily. Home-work is set every night and the pupils are encouraged to take responsibility for their own learning.

Computers are a tool, which, when mastered can enhance learning. Computers and interactive whiteboards are used throughout the curriculum to ensure all pupils can competently use, and support their learning and research with the latest Information Technology.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row disable_element=”yes” css=”.vc_custom_1577710826180{margin-bottom: 70px !important;padding-top: 58px !important;}”][vc_column offset=”vc_col-lg-7 vc_col-md-7″][stm_course_topics][stm_course_topics_paragraph title=”Pre-algebra Review”][stm_course_topic title=”Integers” date=”January 4, 2016″ assignments=”10″][stm_course_topic title=”Algebraic Expressions” date=”January 5, 2016″ assignments=”24″][stm_course_topic title=”Order of Operations” date=”January 6, 2016″ assignments=”32″][stm_course_topic title=”Like Terms and Distributive Property” date=”January 7, 2016″ assignments=”46″][stm_course_topic title=”Distributive Property” date=”January 8, 2016″ assignments=”18″][stm_course_topic title=”Intro to Matrices” date=”January 9, 2016″ assignments=”20″][stm_course_topic title=”Using Formulas” date=”January 11, 2016″ assignments=”34″][stm_course_topics_paragraph title=”Sport & Athletics”][stm_course_topic title=”Speed & acceleration” date=”January 12, 2016″ assignments=”40″][stm_course_topic title=”Average, instantaneous speed” date=”January 13, 2016″ assignments=”10″][stm_course_topic title=”Newton playing football” date=”January 18, 2016″ assignments=”12″][stm_course_topic title=”Estimating the flight path of a football” date=”February 18, 2016″ assignments=”10″][stm_course_topic title=”The concept of basketball bounce” date=”March 18, 2016″ assignments=”14″][stm_course_topic title=”The principle of momentum” date=”January 19, 2016″ assignments=”22″][stm_course_topic title=”Two-Step Equations” date=”March 19, 2016″ assignments=”36″][stm_course_topic title=”Distributive Property Equations” date=”January 27, 2016″ assignments=”40″][stm_course_topic title=”Equations with Fractions” date=”January 28, 2016″ assignments=”10″][/stm_course_topics][/vc_column][vc_column offset=”vc_col-lg-5 vc_col-md-5″][stm_title title_tag=”h3″ title=”Important Dates” title_margin_b=”14px”][/stm_title][stm_events view_style=”list” event_category=”0″ small_box=”true” events_count=”1″][stm_btn_simple btn_link=”url:%2Fcalendar%2F|||” btn_link_text=”See Full Calendar” btn_margin_b=”50px”][stm_text_box title_tag=”h3″ title_color=”custom” title_color_custom=”#ffffff” css=”.vc_custom_1475490039340{padding-top: 28px !important;padding-bottom: 38px !important;background-color: #95cc47 !important;border-radius: 25px !important;}”]

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Our goal is the total all-round development of the child

Each child is different and unique. We recognise this fact and plan our activities around the needs of each child. We use the 7 (seven) learning areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum to achieve our goal of all round development of the child before primary school age.

Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum

We use the EYFS curriculum in our nursery. The curriculum is all-encompasing as it helps the child’s physical development and social skills. This we achieve by modeling real-life scenarios while teaching the children and setting up appropriate activities for each child to meet his/her developmental goal.

Parent Partnership

We are in partnership with parents regarding the development of their child. We therefore hold regular meeting with parents (called the Parent Partnership Meetings) with a view to supporting the child to reach his/her desired developmental goal for that age.

Writing and Reading Classes

By the time your child is four, he/she is able to read and write. We provide pupils with abundant tools to aid reading and writing.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row full_width=”stretch_row_content”][vc_column][stm_gallery][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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