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Thomas´s London Day Schools:
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. 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. Our broad curriculum gives the pupils the opportunity to explore a wide range of subjects and skills.

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Thomas provides:

* Happiness - through friendship
* Opportunity - through our broad curriculum
* Expertise - through our specialist teaching staff
* Confidence - through achievement
* Contentment - through fulfillment
* Openness - through our active partnership with parents

Mission:

It is our prime concern that children at Thomas's are happy. We provide for their education by giving each child dignity and self-esteem through a sense of achievement, be it academic, artistic or sporting.

Programs:

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.

Extra-Curricular Activities:

The following opportunities are provided beyond the curriculum:

Art:
* Exhibitions of pupils' work
* Competitions
* Visiting artists

Drama:
* An annual production for each year group
* Guildhall Speech and Drama Examinations
* Poetry recitals and declamations
* Extra drama Open Evenings

Ballet:
* Examinations
* Performance
* Open Days

Music:
* Choirs - junior, middle, senior, robed
* Orchestras - most musical instruments
* Associated Board Music Examinations

Trips & Visits:

There are regular class outings to London theatres, museums, art galleries and places of educational interest throughout the country. The following residential trips are included within the fee structure:

Year 5:
A five day science field trip

Year 6:
A week long expedition to France

Year 7:
A Science/Geography field trip and a week long History trip

Year 8:
An Outward Bound course

In addition the following optional trips are arranged:

* An annual ski trip
* A Nepal trek for families
* A four-day adventure weekend in Year 4
* French Exchange in Year 7
* Choir tours

Club Activities:

Clubs are optional and currently include:

* Music
* Athletics
* Art
* Ballet
* Bridge
* Chess
* Cookery
* Craft
* Cricket
* Cross-country running
* Debating
* Drama
* Fencing
* Football
* German
* Golf
* Gym
* Jazz Dancing

Charities:

Each year all pupils support a charity. The dual aims of the schools' charity programme are to teach our children to be sensitive to the needs of others and to raise funds for charitable causes. Charities supported by Thomas's are chosen annually and have included:

* The CAIRN Trust
* The Children's Trust
* Fireman's Benevolent Fund
* Greenmead

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Address: Battersea High Street, London, England , UK / GB
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