Kindergarten Curriculum

Our Kindergarten welcomes pupils from the age of three, and provides our youngest Campbellians with a wonderful start to their educational journey. It comprises two classes, with a maximum of 24 pupils in each, and the children in each class are cared for and supported by a Kindergarten Leader and two Assistants.

Located at the edge of a woodland area, the grounds around our Kindergarten setting lend themselves to exciting outdoor learning opportunities. The children’s natural curiosity is nurtured, and their experience enriched, through exploration of the world around them.

Through structured play-based learning, we enable our Kindergarten pupils to develop across all areas of the pre-school curriculum:

  •  Language Development
  •  Physical Development
  •  Early Mathematical Experiences
  •  The Arts
  •  Personal, Social and Emotional Development
  •  The World Around Us

The emphasis is on nurturing keen, enquiring minds, developing self-confidence, self-esteem and independence and building a firm foundation for future learning.

The pre-school curriculum is enhanced through visits by individuals with interesting occupations and by a variety of people from the wider community, such as paramedics, the fire rescue service, the police, a vet, a dental hygienist and a warden from the National Trust.