It is from birth to five years that much of a child's development and intelligence occurs, the rational and emotional levels, which determine their ability to learn. Based on this important aspect, Tabernacle School offers different and playful methods to stimulate a child's growth. This is a vital stage in their development, so we integrate cognitive and social activities to guide them in decision making and developing their social skills.
Learning while Playing
Research shows that learning through play is an excellent bridge that helps children meet their developmental milestones.
Educational Activities give children the opportunity to build relationships, independency, creativity and to explore their environments.
Home from Home
One of the striking stages in a child's life is beginning school. Tabernacle School aims to make this the most enjoyable experience possible, so that the child can feel safe and confident in their new environment - the school.
It is important to us that all children are ‘safe’. We aim to educate children, teaching them about boundaries, rules and limits, helping them understand why they exist. We provide children with choices to help them develop these important life skills. We believe children should be allowed to take risks, but need to be taught how to recognise and avoid hazards.
Early Years Foundation Stage
“Every child deserves the best possible start in life and the support that enables them to fulfil their potential.
A secure, safe and happy childhood is important in its own right..."
(Early Years Foundation Stage Sep, 2014)
"Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it."
Creative activities awaken and develop various skills, such as spatial intelligence, fine motor coordination, memory concentration and other skills, which contribute to the learning process.