Organised Free Play Areas
As play has an important influence on a child’s development, the children are encouraged to make and carry out plans for our free play areas daily. These plans are then reviewed at the end of the day. This method encourages constructive and purposeful play.
Outdoor garden play
physical and social development
social and emotional development
aesthetic and fine motor development
a quiet area offering emergent reading
and writing opportunities
where the fundamentals of all mathematical
concepts are explored
to stimulate creative thinking by experiencing a rich variety of materials to be explored through the senses.
Here, over a 20 – 30 minute period the girls are exposed to many life skills via a slightly more structured method of education.
Movement (Laban) rings
Science and Discovery rings
Design and Technology rings
Development Play rings
Discussion rings (based on our fortnightly themes)
Emotional quotient development