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We know that for our children to grow and achieve, they need to be happy, feel loved and love what they are doing! We place the well being of our children at the centre of our work and our caring staff nurture the development of each and every child. Our ‘irresistible’ curriculum is designed to inspire a real love for learning. Our vibrant learning environment celebrates the work of our children. We want every child to succeed and we want you to share in this success.
Our children are happy and so are our families!
We engage children through active and joyful learning opportunities. We read, write, count, create, sing and dance to music! We aim to have as much fun as possible whilst achieving the highest possible standards. And when we think we’ve achieved everything we can, we ’Reach for the Stars’ and aim even higher.
At the heart of our curriculum is the belief that to be truly successful, children need to become independent learners. They need time and space to plan the next steps on their journey of learning. We provide imaginative learning experiences; we allow our children to think and feel; we encourage curiosity and questioning; and we provide opportunities to be still and reflect.
We take the life and teaching of Jesus Christ as our inspiration. We care about each other. We support each other. We work closely with Furzebank Worship Centre and our families to help local communities and those further afield. Charity work is important to us and the children are taught about the importance of loving each other, just as Jesus Christ loves them.
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