Giving young children a solid foundation.
A child's time spent in primary school is so critical. These years are when their hearts and minds are open to learning about social interaction, fundamental academic principles and spiritual concepts. So in all that we do, we endeavor to help students grow in their Biblical knowledge and to experience God as father, Jesus as saviour and the Holy Spirit as guide. We teach them to live in community, joyfully extending Christ's love through evangelism and service. In fact, we believe children are never too young to learn the importance of serving others.
To help them learn this, our primary school students regularly visit elderly care homes in the Surrey area where their young lives can touch those of many by singing and reading with their grand friends.
A commitment to nurturing creativity and parental involvement.
Our primary school is noted for its dedicated, nurturing teachers and staff who believe strongly in the importance of parental involvement and effective communication with home. All classrooms are well-equipped and include specialized instruction in music and physical education as well as a thematic approach that uses a Biblical foundation to teach academics and the fine arts. An extensive learning support program also features early reading intervention and a team of teaching aids to provide special classroom assistance when needed.
Junior Kindergarten: the youngest members of our student body.
Junior Kindergarten is a division of our Primary school that specifically meet the needs of three-and four-year-olds. And it’s been a tremendous success. This special part of our school focuses on helping children learn about the world in which they live by exploring the intricacies of God’s creation. They learn to acquire the basic values and social skills necessary to grasp the character of God as reflected in his creation.
They're also given the basic literacy and numeracy skills they'll need in years to come as they receive their formal education. Children are encouraged to take calculated risks when faced with unfamiliar challenges - all under the watchful eye of caring and nurturing teachers who offer guidance and support along the way.