Little Kindergarten2 Years 6 months to 3 Years 6 months
- June 4 at 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
- June 9 at 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Little Kindergarten (now enrolling ages 2 years 6 months to 3 years 6 months).
8.40am – 1.10pm
Three to five mornings per week
Little Kindergarten provides a warm and protective environment for children to take their first steps on the bridge between home and the world of school. We are delighted that from September 2017, we have reduced our enrolment age to 2 and a half years. Applications made before 10 th March will be prioritised for September 2017.
During the Little Kindergarten morning the children engage in creative play together. Baking, painting, simple crafts, gardening, singing, games and stories are all enjoyed by the children in a happy, secure atmosphere. The children may also go on short walks to the park. The rhythm of the year and seasonal festivals play an important part.
Early Years News from the Administrator: Little Kindergarten now taking children from 2 years 6 months.
I am pleased to inform you that a variation of the Schools Registration has been processed which now permits it to enrol children from the age of 2 years 6 months. In keeping with this change in admissions the school will now be accepting applications (from the Spring...
Dear families we are delighted to tell you about some changes in the early years. from September we are changing the names of our kindergarten's and playgroup. Sally's kindergarten will become Willow Tree Kindergarten Kim's will become Cherry Tree Kindergarten....
Our summer celebration combined a PTA BBQ and the Festival of Work, a lovely celebration of the children's work from the main school classes 1-8. The display of work was impressive with main lesson books, artwork and handwork completed this year. Class 2 recited an...
Brighton Steiner School's kindergartens, including the little kindergarten (also known as Playgroup) walk daily in nature. The kindergartens also have longer walk days where they might spend most of the morning outside. We are so lucky to have East Brighton Park close...