Dulwich Montessori Nursery School: Located in Dulwich in the South London Borough of Southwark, Dulwich Oaks Montessori Nursery School is a private nursery school that provides high quality private Montessori education and childcare for children ages 2 years to 5 years. We are regulated and inspected by OfSTED and meet the National Standards for Childcare. Situated in Saint Margaret Clitherow Church Hall and set in spacious grounds, the school offers excellent safe outdoor facilities.
Located in Taunton, Somerset, in the South West of England, Taunton School is a private, independent boarding and day school for boys and girls ages 0-7 that incorporates a nursery school & pre-preparatory school. Children can enter Taunton Nursery School from after birth, most usually following maternity leave to suit parental needs and can join at any point during the year, depending on availability of places.
Children progress through three stages of Tounton Nursery School from ages 0-4. From here, they will move up into the first year of the Pre-Prep in the September following their fourth birthday. Alternatively they can join at an stage in the Pre-Prep Department.
In the Pre-Prep, we very much believe that education is a partnership between school and home. We recognise and encourage the central role that parents play in their child's learning and development. To achieve this, we strive to inform and involve parents as much as we possibly can. Our aim is to produce well-rounded, articulate children by providing a balanced curriculum covering all aspects of their development - social, emotional, physical and intellectual.
Hampton Court House, located in Surrey (35 minutes from London), South East England, is an independent co-educational school offering programs to children from Nursery (3.5 year olds) to Year 11 (16 year olds). Most children who come to Hampton Court House stay on to take GCSEs. Those who do wish to move on earlier are fully prepared for the 11+ and 13+ Common Entrance and scholarship examinations of the leading boys’ and girls’ schools. Hampton Court House was founded 8 years ago. Already we have grown into a school of almost 200 pupils. So we are a new school and yet a traditional school. The most important thing to us is that children enjoy being here and that they look forward each day to coming to school. We want to lay the foundations of a life long love of learning.
Thomas's London Day Schools are a group of family run, co-educational schools for children from the ages of two and a half to thirteen. We offer first class Kindergarten, Lower, Middle and Upper School education in our preparatory schools throughout London. Thomas's educates over 1,850 children in Battersea, Clapham, Fulham and Kensington, with two Kindergartens, in Battersea and Pimlico. Children are taught from the age of two and a half up to senior school entry at the age of eleven or thirteen.
After kindergarten, children join their preparatory schools at the age of four. Pupils from Thomas's, Kensington and Thomas's, Fulham may transfer to Thomas's, Battersea or Thomas's, Clapham at the age of eleven. In these exploratory years, we offer a broad curriculum covering a wide range of subjects and skills so that by the time they leave us our pupils will have begun to identify individual areas of talent. Thus, in a positive and stimulating environment we ensure that each child achieves the best academic results of which he or she is capable.
Kindergarten Program; Lower School Program (Age 4 to 7); Middle School Program (Age 7 to 10); Upper School Program (Age 10 to 13). Our broad curriculum gives the pupils, during their formative years, the opportunity to explore a wide range of subjects and skills. French, Music, Drama, Art, Pottery, Ballet and PE are taught by specialist teachers.
Saint Felix School in Southwold, Suffolk (95 miles north east of London), on the North Sea coast of England, is an independent, co-educational day and boarding school catering for pupils aged from 1 - 18. Saint Felix School offers its pupils and students an opportunity to discover and develop their full potential in terms of academic, sporting and creative achievement, through a broad and balanced curriculum, through high quality teaching and learning and through supportive pastoral care. The school aims to produce well-rounded, confident young men and women, well prepared to face the challenges of higher and further education, and willing to contribute positively to society in their early adult lives.
Dulwich Montessori Nursery School is situated in a beautiful and light Church Hall in Dulwich, in the London Borough of Southwark in south London, approx. 5 miles and a twenty minute drive to the city centre. We provide fulltime and parttime nursery and preschool programs for young children (2-5 years) throughout the Dulwich, Tulse Hill, Streatham Hill, Balham, Norwood, Herne Hill and surrounding communities. The main purpose for establishing Dulwich Montessori Nursery School more than a decade ago continues today.
We strive to provide carefully planned and stimulating environment to help our students develop an excellent foundation for creative learning. The learning materials at Dulwich Montessori Nursery School have been designed to provide a wide variety of learning experiences geared towards the developmental needs of young children. Each activity involves experiencing with unique materials proven to be intensely fascinating for the young child. When engaged in well structured tasks, our students experience inner satisfaction leaving them with a positive attitude towards everything connected with school.
Nursery and Preschool programs for 2 to 5 year olds; Morning sessions; Afternoon sessions. Activities include storytime, art and craft, creativity, music and movement as well as French lessons. Dulwich Montessori Nursery School is now open from 8-30 am to 3 pm Monday to Thursday and 8-30 am to 1 pm on Friday.
Fernhill School, in Glasgow, Scotland, is a Catholic independent school for children ages 3-18, that provides a nursery and primary programme for girls and boys, and a secondary programme for girls only. Standing on 9 acres of wooded grounds above the city of Glasgow, backing on to the Cathkin Braes, Fernhill School prioritizes the training of the intellect and will according to Christian principles, the development of habits of hard work, fostering good social relationships and success in studies. Fernhill School’s intention is to prepare pupils for entry to university, higher and further education.
School buses connect with various vantage points throughout Lanarkshire and Glasgow. Some of the starting points are Neilston, Paisley, Newton Mearns, Clarkston, New Stevenson, Bothwell, Airdrie, Hamilton, Carluke and Mollinsburn. Further details about their routes and pick-up points can be obtained from the school. Trains to Burnside Station also connect with a school bus.