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Pre - Nursery welcomes children who are two years old. At this stage of their learning, the children mainly learn through play-based activities. They will also be learning about routine and developing early literacy and maths skills, learning about the world around them and learning social skills during circle time and Personal Social and Emotional Development lessons. 

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During indoor sessions, the children develop fine and gross motor skills helping them to strengthen the musculature that will support the way they hold a pencil allowing them to use a correct letter and number formation. When the children are outside they explore all the outdoor resources but also have learning sessions in the playground and in the Forest area. 

A full day routine is established for the children to feel safe and happy. Therefore they develop table manners while eating their lunch, they learn for example, how to independently change their clothes for pyjamas. After a short period of time, the children learn how to communicate and express their needs, likes and dislikes in English. All of them show eagerness to come to school to continue learning through play and the most important aspect we believe in, is that our children have fun whilst learning and want to come to school each day, eager to learn and try their best.