Rydal Penrhos Pre-School children have made a fantastic start to the academic year, settling in superbly upon their return to school following the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
It has been a busy few days across the department, which aims to give those starting their journey at Rydal Penrhos a solid foundation from which to build a happy and successful education, starting from the age of two.
The care of the high-quality staff members, who provide each child with exceptional support and guidance during the initial stages of their development is second to none.
Last week the children started the theme “Ourselves”, with the Pre-School staff encouraging the children to communicate through various activities and to develop themselves as a little team in a relaxed and friendly setting.
The children also got the chance to explore the incredible Forest School site, and there was much excitement as the group managed to take part in a thought-provoking session in the woods under the supervision of staff.
Forest School is something that Rydal Penrhos Pre-School offers that is of great benefit to the children both in terms of education and well being.
As anyone with a child of Pre-School and Nursery age will tell you, it is an active time. This is on full display during the Pre-School’s weekly Physical Education session that is a lot of fun but also helps to boost confidence and overall happiness.
Igniting the creativity of every Pre-Schooler we have the art room, with imaginative play and even weekly Music lessons with a specialist member of Rydal Penrhos’ teaching staff.
At Rydal Penrhos Pre-School, young children will explore, investigate and question so that they learn while their curiosity and imagination are given full reign.
Effective early learning is about opening minds and encouraging confident communication skills through the sharing of ideas. At its best, early learning is about exciting, stimulating fun and opportunities.
A very impressive first few days back for everyone involved, well done!
Rydal Penrhos is now able to offer socially distanced tours to prospective pupils and their families.