The Nursery at Kent College Prep School is looking forward to boys joining from this September, a move which starts the transition to become a fully co-educational Prep School by 2027 as the boys move through the school.
The Nursery and Prep School are on the outskirts of Tunbridge Wells in the heart of the countryside. Located in an 80-acre estate, it is a beautiful setting in which to learn and a safe environment to explore and grow.
Children join the Nursery in the term before their third birthday and Early Years Free Entitlement is available for up to 15 hours a week. The Nursery is within the Early Years wing of the school and has two classes, Caterpillars and Butterflies. The classrooms are colourful, stimulating and well-resourced with spacious outdoor facilities.
A team of qualified, experienced staff supports each child in every aspect of their development, not only in their academic progress but also to ensure their happiness and wellbeing. A high staff to pupil ratio ensures each child gets plenty of individual attention and support.
Access to specialist teachers is a unique quality of the teaching at the Nursery. Children have weekly French lessons, music, cooking, swimming, ballet and Forest School. This stimulating outdoor learning in a spacious and safe area is a firm favourite.
The Nursery and Prep School have superb sporting facilities. Two sports halls, all weather pitch, tennis courts and a swimming pool allow for a wide range of sports to be played including cricket, hockey, netball and tennis with football and rugby provision being extended further for boys.
The school offers wraparound care from 7.30am to 7.30pm. Children can be dropped off for breakfast and stay for supper. All meals are cooked onsite using seasonal and local produce with a wide selection of fresh fruit and healthy options available.
If you would like to find out more about the Nursery or Prep School, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01892 820218.
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