Private nursery schools in South Africa delivers a programme of stimulating and exciting activities and experiences to navigate children through key childhood milestones. From arts and crafts, messy play and sensory play (including, of course, gardening!) to home corner and role play, there’s lots to do to challenge enquiring minds. Private nursery schools in South Africa curriculum is devised in line with the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) statutory framework and children enjoy additional resources to prepare them for the next step in their educational journey – ‘big school’.
Private Nursery schools in South Africa are passionate about learning and work hard to provide as many extracurricular activities as possible
Outdoor learning is a key part of Private Nursery schools in South Africa education curriculum and private nursery schools in South Africa are fortunate to have a very large garden for children. Not only do children at private nursery schools in South Africa enjoy outdoor play every day, they also benefit from learning about growing their own produce from a young age, which they can then enjoy in the food that is prepared for them.
Private Nursery schools in South Africa are designed to suit the needs of young children:
- With large play areas using natural light
- All complete with modern indoor equipment
- A variety of age appropriate toys
- Secure access systems throughout, with many offering CCTV
- Benefits of an outdoor space offering age appropriate equipment.
- Outdoor stimulating features, sensory play areas, water features, sandpits, wildlife areas and playhouses.
Private Nursery schools in South Africa combine caring with education by following the appropriate curriculum. Private Nursery schools in South Africa believe that learning should be stimulating for young children, so play times are educational as well as fun. Private Nursery schools in South Africa are continuously developing new and exciting ways of encouraging child development in a safe and stimulating environment.
Private nursery schools in South Africa also offer a range of extracurricular activities, which may include Baby Yoga, Kinder music, Football and Dance.
A range of play equipment is available at private nursery schools in South Africa to help children develop an array of skills, and great care is taken to choose materials that will create an inspiring sensory experience. As well as toys, we use;
- Real life props, such as brushes and gardening tools
- Small-world toys to help build a child’s imagination and language skills
- Construction play such as building blocks, to help children develop fine motor skills, spatial awareness and problem solving
- Physical play equipment such as tricycles, balancing beams and tunnels to encourage physical activity
- Creative play to build a child’s imagination, creativity and co-ordination
- Supporting social interaction, including role play