Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Rydal Penrhos School is currently closed following government advice.
Our Prep School site is offering free childcare provision to keyworkers in the community. All calls made to the school are now being streamlined to the Prep site.
Please see the Coronavirus Information page located in the menu section of the site for the latest developments.
Learning how to learn is a skill we teach from the outset and the Pre-Prep department could not reflect this thinking more closely in all that it does around academic and extra-curricular learning.
In Pre-Prep, children from the age of 4 to the age of 7 are taught, in three year groups called Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. Children enter Reception first after their time in our Pre-School department or indeed moving from other nursery provision or home.
It is a wonderful age group where really effective learning is about opening minds and encouraging the sharing of ideas, which in itself develops communication skills and the ability to work as a team.
The Pre-Prep department is about exciting, stimulating fun and opportunities coupled with sound basic learning in the crucial reading, writing and maths areas. You will find on reading further about our teaching and learning programme in this department that we take great care to balance informality and structure with creativity and sensitivity. We cover all the bases ensuring the basic skills are there to enable a pupil to go on to develop and achieve to the best of their individual ability.
We keep our class sizes small to ensure every child is nurtured and supported and no child ‘slips through the net.’
Young children love to explore, investigate and question and the dedicated and enthusiastic staff who look after this department give this curiosity and imagination full reign.
Rydal Penrhos Prep School offers a captivating and colourful education with a complete approach from the very beginning. So while our youngest pupils learn to read, write and work with numbers, there is also plenty of time for singing and dancing, making music, sport, painting and building, listening to stories, playing and exploring the outside world.