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Nursery School / Preschool in Croydon, London

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Purley Nursery School and Children’s Centre, London:
Purley Nursery School and Children´s Centre in Croydon in London, has a fine tradition of nursery education spanning fifty years. Purley Nursery School and Children’s Centre offers integrated Education and Care places for 3 and 4 year olds and a range of provision to support families within the Community. We are open 7.45 a.m. – 6.00 p.m. across 49 weeks of the year. We have a highly qualified multi-professional team of Early Years teachers and Early Years Educators. While your child is with us, she/he learns to be an independent, happy and confident person. Staff carefully plan activities across the whole environment that support all six areas of learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). We believe that children learn by ‘doing’ supported by discussion with an interested adult.

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Aims:

Photo of Nursery School / Preschool in Croydon, LondonResearch has shown that children learn more in the first five years than at any other time in their lives. We will:

1. establish strong links with parents, involving them in their children's progress and the ways in which they learn, recognising the crucial role of parental involvement in their child's education.
2. ensure that the transition from home to school and later from Nursery on to Reception Class is a happy time.
3. value and promote the diversity of race, culture, beliefs and faiths which each child brings.

We aim to provide high quality teaching and learning experiences which will enable every child to become a happy and confident learner, recognising that each child will develop at their own pace and in their own way physically, intellectually, socially and emotionally.

Every Child Matters:

All Croydon Children’s Centres’ services are planned around the five ‘Every Child Matters’ Themes…developed by Government in consultation with what children saw as the five most important issues, which are:

* Being healthy
* Staying safe
* Enjoying and achieving
* Making a positive contribution
* Achieving economic well-being

Programs:

Early Years Foundation Program for for three and four year olds; Preschool Program; Full-time Programs; Part-time Programs. Our curriculum follows all six areas of learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS): Creative; Physical; Communication, Language and Literacy; Mathematical; Personal, Social and Emotional; Knowledge and Understanding of the World.

First Days:

Image of Nursery School / Preschool in Croydon, LondonWe realise the importance of establishing close links between home and school. Staff visit families who are new to the Centre before their child starts if they would like to take up this opportunity. These visits have proved to be of great benefit to parents, children and staff and the settling-in process can be eased as a consequence. However, even though you may have been visited at home, our building, staff and children may be new to your child and she/he may initially feel anxious at being left (even if she/he has previously attended another nursery). Our 'Settling In’ booklet will hopefully provide re-assurance if you are new to the Centre.

A member of staff will arrange for you to stay with your child for as much time that she/he needs until she/he feels confident in your leaving and being in new surroundings with new people. We value the time you spend with us in the early days, and it gives you a good opportunity to meet all staff and see what the children will be doing. When you do go, always tell your child that you are going and will be coming back soon. By being honest, your child learns to trust and have confidence in us as well as you.

Fund Raising:

Each year we hold fund raising events. In the past these have included a Christmas Sponsored Treasure Hunt and a Summer Sponsored Event. Proceeds are put into the School Fund which enables us to buy into extra-curricula activities for children e.g. musicians; puppet shows etc. We also raise funds throughout the year by Book Sales and other similar events.

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Address: Pampisford Road, London, England , UK / GB
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Nursery:
- Before, Day and After School Care

Junior Education:
- Key Stage 1 (School Years 1-2 / 5-7 years of age)
- Key Stage 2 (School Years 3-6 / 7-11years of age)

Senior Education:
- Key Stage 3
- School Years 7-9
- 11-14 years of age

GCSE:
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Sixth Form:
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Established in 1984, we accept day students from the age of 11. Boarding is available for A-level students and Year 11 students on GCSE courses who are aged 16 or older. 

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About 65 of the College's 280 students are boarders. Our Halls combine the informality of a university residence with the supervision and pastoral support appropriate for young adults.

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Co-educational Secondary School Program for boys & girls ages 11 and up:

- Day Programs (ages 11 and up)
- Full Boarding Program (ages 16 and up)
- One or two-year GCSE courses in the Lower School
- One or two-year A-level courses in Sixth Form
- Retake programs – GCSE and A level
- Medical, Dental and Vet Science Programs
- Visual and Creative Art courses
- Film and Media Studies
- English as a Foreign Language (EFL)
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Hampton Court House, Surrey
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- English
- History
- Geography
- French
- Spanish
- Mathematics
- Science
- Latin and Greek
- Religious Studies
- ICT
- Music
- Art
- Chess
- Drama
- Sport
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Independent, Co-educational Preparatory School Programmes:

- Montessori Nursery (2 ½ - 4 years)
- Pre-Preparatory School (4 – 7 years)
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- Small class sizes
- Specialist teachers
- ICT Facilities
- Languages (Latin / French)

Co-Curricular Programmes:
- Drama
- Music
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- Sports (Football, Rugby, Hockey, Cricket...)
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Nursery School:
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Pre-Prep School:
- Structured into a four-year course which provides a sound basis for the next stage of schooling.

Prep School:
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Boarding School:
- Well-established boarding facility for boys and girls
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