Our Classrooms

Bear Cubs is the classroom for children aged two to three years. In this class we aim to give the children an enjoyable experience, encouraging and assisting them to become more independent, self-confident and social beings through a carefully structured environment.

The children are introduced to more complex everyday living activities – creatively though painting, music, dance, cooking, dressing up – as well as learning new vocabulary and language development. They are given the freedom to choose and lead in activities.

Terrific Tigers and Gentle Giraffes are the classes for children aged three years. In these classrooms, children are introduced to more 'formal' yet fun activities where they work for short periods doing more involved and demanding exercises to help develop their concentration. 

Zippy Zebras is our class from 2 months of age within this wonderful classroom we follow the WHO guidelines for care of the babies and follow the EYFS curriculum. The children enjoy the age appropriate toys and books in this safe environment.

Each child progresses at their own pace in a carefully prepared, child-size environment allowing physcial freedom within the classroom. Daily activities include art, craft, music, drama, creative play, nature studies and weekly themed topics.

Our classrooms are unique as every area is planned and prepared to meet the needs of the developing child. The classroom is a child-sized world, with chairs, tables and shelves in appropriate proportion. All equipment and materials in the classroom have a specific place and purpose.

The classroom environment offers three kinds of materials:

  • Materials through which the children can develop their skills for independence and academic knowledge
  • Art materials (including writing tools) for their expression of self
  • Materials for the maintenance of the room so that they can develop pride in and responsibility for their environment

Each of these materials are organised down to the smallest detail so that children can use them independently.