It’s been a busy start to the academic year at Rydal Penrhos Pre-School, with plenty of fun and thought-provoking activities for children.
Rydal Penrhos Pre-School forms the bridge between home and school and is a young child’s first experience of an educational environment. It is therefore an important stepping stone in a child’s life and something our teaching staff strives to ensure they get the most out of before moving on to Reception and beyond.
The aim of our Pre-School Department – which is available for children aged 2-4 – is to provide a stimulating setting in which every child can thrive and develop at their own pace; socially, physically, emotionally and academically.
We believe in encouraging our children to be self-motivated and independent, yet aware of their peers. Something that’s formed a key component of the school’s ethos and develops each child individually using a pupil-centred approach in a safe facility they feel comfortable in.
Staff also linked these sessions to their topic about “Themselves” by discussing appearances – something that brought about some impressive discussions among the group.
Pre-Schoolers also got the chance to get creative, learning about bones and the skeletal system before discovering how to draw one for themselves.