Education and Learning

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Our Early Learning School

Our emergent curriculum from Stage 1 to 5 builds upon the interests, ideas, thoughts and observations of children as children will learn what sparks their curiosity. Team planning is an essential component of the emergent curriculum. Teachers work together to formulate the possible directions of a provocation, the materials needed, and possible parent and/or community support and involvement.

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Our Preparatory School

Our Preparatory curriculum is developed within the guidelines of the Independent Examinations Board (IEB). It is designed to offer an exposure to a wide range of subjects, developing the full variety of skills vital for a holistic approach to education.nts.

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Our College

Our College curriculum is developed within the guidelines of the Independent Examinations Board (IEB). It is designed to offer an exposure to a wide range of subjects, developing the full variety of skills vital for a holistic approach to education.

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A Reddam House education extends beyond the confines of traditional academia to tuition in life and communication skills, study methods and time management. We firmly believe it is vital that our students are adequately equipped to meet life’s challenges in a globally competitive world.

At Reddam House we integrate innovative, challenging and enriching academic, performing arts and sports programmes into our daily curriculum.

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PERFORMING AND CREATIVE ARTS

A Reddam House education endows each individual student with the self-confidence that derives from performance, the appreciation of the arts as fundamental to the human experience and a creative approach to all they do. Whether through learning to speak in public, drama, dance and instrumental music lessons for all, or by developing a love of the visual arts, Inspired believes that artists are not special kinds of people but every person is a special kind of artist – and by setting free the creative individuality of each child, academic studies also flourish further.

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ACADEMICS

This is the central pillar of a child’s education. Academic results are vitally important, leading to the qualifications that open up the world beyond school at university and the world of work. Reddam House schools do not teach to the test. Students reach their academic potential when they are engaged in the learning process, when their self-confidence is strengthened, when they are empowered by learning to think critically, and when their approach to study is ignited by outstanding teaching.

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Sports

Reddam House’s sporting pillar stands for health and well-being, fun, motivation, self-discipline and self-esteem. Whether involving students in team sports or introducing them to individual pursuits, Inspired aims to provide an athletics programme to suit every girl and boy. While some our students go on to achieve national and international honours, all benefit from the fitness, enjoyment and life-long interest that sport can provide. And here again, the physical exercise involved contributes to mental alertness necessary for successful study and love of learning.