A holistic approach to learning
Learning through play, children are taught in English and follow a curriculum mapped to the UK Early Years Foundation Stage Framework, developing their intellectual,
social and motor skills with native level English teachers.
The programme follows the Bell Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum, incorporating EYFS principles and introducing literacy and mathematics activities.
The Nursery 2 class is using the natural inquisitive minds and increased skills of the children to further their development and guide them through activities and lessons.
Teachers are driving engaging learning activities that make the most of what your child can do while encouraging exploration.
Our teachers will be facilitators in the learning process as your child can use their space to learn independently.
Under the context of play, traditional subjects such as mathematics, literacy and social skills are taught and integrated into the activities undertaken.
From 08.30 to 16.45
Academic Year 2022-2023
24 April - 30 June 2023
Academic Year 2023-2024
21 August - 22 December 2023
8 January - 28 March 2024
15 April - 28 June 2024
Learning the Bell Way
Our safe and supportive nursery environment is designed to complement your child’s development at home. Activities are set through planned, purposeful play through a vital mix of adult-led and child-initiated play. Though not in isolation, we will focus on the prime areas of your child’s development:
- Communication and Language
- Physical development
- Personal, Social and Emotional development
Giving you assurance of the quality and transferability of their learning, we follow the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum – a standard across early years settings in England – underpinned by our six core principles of The Bell Way.
What to expect
Children attending Nursery 2 can expect to achieve the following learning outcomes from their time at nursery:
- Develop awareness of letters and sounds.
- Develop mathematical awareness.
- Develop creative expression in music, movement and art.
- Be given the opportunity to learn French.
- Have a greater understanding of their immediate environment.
- Develop an enquiring mind.
- Develop fine motor skills.
- Become more independent
Learning French two afternoons per week
Children can benefit from a bilingual enrolment option two afternoons per week.
Sessions are led by a native French speaker and will integrate into the current nursery theme with simple stories, songs, games and crafts to support learning.
HOW TO APPLY
What is your next step?
Choosing a school is a big decision for you and your child. We are here to help you, to answer all your questions and to assure you Bell One World is the best school for your child.
If you would like to arrange a visit or speak to our Nursery and Primary School Team, please contact us here. If you’re ready to take the next step, get your registration started and fill in the registration form.