Lifelong learning right from the start of education
From the age of two years and six months, your child can join the Tiny Tudors. This is based on the ground floor of the castle, with direct access to a large outside terrace, complete with playhouses and wet play equipment.
Specialist teachers work with the children in French, music, drama and sports starting at Nursery. Just like a building, future learning is based on firm foundations so priority is given to reading, comprehension, writing and numeracy in the first three years.
Once your child reaches the age of four, learning becomes more formally structured, practicing letters, numbers, and engaging in whole class learning. This approach provides a stepping stone to Reception class, and lays strong foundations for their academic and personal future.