• Our School

    Your child will receive a premium education from an established school now located in a state-of-the-art campus.

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  • Personalised & Caring

    We are committed to the development of each child’s mind, human relationships and place within their community and the wider world.

  • Passionate

    "As many families feel upon their first visit to La Côte International School, I knew this was the school for me!" Nicole Schmidt

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  • High Expectations & High Standards

    Our student-centred approach to learning ensures that every child can become a High Performer.

  • Enrol now

    We accept enrolments year-round and look forward to hearing from you.

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  • Excellence & Achievement

    Our unique approach and outstanding team of professional educators ensures every child can succeed.

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  • Contact Us

    We welcome questions and conversations about your child’s needs and interests. Please get in touch.

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Early Years (2 to 3 years old)

Children are given time for learning through play, as well as more structured activities such as singing, music, rhyming, physical movement, games, arts and crafts. Activities encourage independence, and social skills.

7 areas of Learning

Areas of learning are based on the Early Years Foundation Stage from the English National Curriculum. By observing and recording each stage of their development, practitioners guide the children through play and planned activities, to ensure that they gain experiences that will encourage:

Physical development
Communication and Language skills
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
Mathematical Learning
An understanding of the World
Creative Development
A love of Literacy

A bilingual start in life

Children are exposed to both English and French both of which are spoken in class, and through dedicated language sessions.

During the day children are given time for learning through play, as well as more structured activities such as singing, music, rhyming, physical movement, games, arts and crafts, construction, and by exploring with colour, texture and different materials.  Activities encourage independence, and social skills. The EYFS has its own dedicated outside play area and a large hall for movement activities.

Feedback to parents

In addition to daily conversations with staff, parents receive regular electronic feed-back through weekly communication letters and by receiving regular copies of observation notes and photographs of their child’s individual learning journey, that have been taken throughout the week.

A typical day

8h15 – 8h40: Parent Drop off
8h15 -12h00: Planned activities including outdoor play
12h00: Lunch is offered in our dedicated dining room
12h30-15h15: Nap times and planned activities

Pick up times: 12h00 before lunch, 13h00 after lunch or 15h15 at the end of the day.

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