The magical first five years of your child’s life are brimming with excitement, curiosity, and boundless potential. During this period, every interaction plays a pivotal role in shaping their future, and parents are filled with questions about how to best support their child’s developmental milestones with the crucial decision of when and where to send them to school.
Selecting the right school involves evaluating three key aspects: facilities, curriculum, and teachers.
- The school facilities should prioritise safety and design to the specific needs of young children.
- The curriculum should align with children’s developmental stages, emphasising sensory experiences, physical and mental growth over a purely academic approach.
- The teachers should possess expertise in child development, understand each child’s unique personality, and employ play-based approach to stimulate them appropriately.
As your little one takes their first steps into the world of learning, we understand the importance of creating a foundation that sparks their imagination and nurtures their unique individuality. At Shrewsbury City Campus, a primary school for children aged 2 to 11 years old, stands out with all these aspects.
Especially renowned for its expertise in the Early Years foundation, Shrewsbury City Campus seamlessly blends the British curriculum with the EYFS and Reggio Approach, prioritising child-centred learning through play with guidance and care from our QTS (UK’s Qualified Teacher Status) teachers. The Early Years Hub functions as a smaller school within the larger school. Children will discover a world of wonder indoors, featuring classrooms and Soft Play areas ensuring a creative, cosy, and pollution-free environment. Outdoors, they’ll explore sand pits, splash pools, and the Forest School – all designed to stimulate their senses, foster creativity, and encourage a love for learning.
Join us in shaping your child’s journey, starting at the age of two. Now accepting applications, including extra Nursery and Early Years classes for 2024-25.