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Early Learning

Making the decision to have a child is momentous; some say it is like choosing to have your heart walk around outside of your body for the rest of your life. So, then choosing the first school for your child is perhaps an even bigger decision. As parents, first and foremost, we want our children to be happy; but we know there are important lessons to be learned along the way so that they can enjoy a successful life as adults themselves one day.

What makes Kristin Early Learning special? By bringing your child to Kristin, you are joining a community with shared high expectations, one that wants the best for its children. Programmes are designed to tap into the natural curiosity of the children, while ensuring their creativity and their inherent sense of fun are nurtured.

Ultimately, our collective aim is to ensure they are well prepared for school, with a solid foundation of literacy, numeracy and social skills established. But, childhood is not a race to see who can learn to read, write and count the fastest. Childhood is a small window of time to learn and develop at a pace that's right for each individual child.

Current educational research supports what we have long held to be true; that the foundation for success in life is laid with children in their early years. Every child comes to school with their own gifts and talents. We see the role of Kristin Early Learning as providing a rich environment of opportunities for students to discover their strengths, and passions. It is also a place for children to learn how to learn, to build up a toolbox of skills that will set them up for success their years at school.

Jayne de la Haye Junior School Principal

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Latest Junior School News 
Junior School Bouquets
Thursday 21st March
  Congratulations to the following Junior School Students;   Year 2 Jihun An for fantastic independent writing about his trip to Howick Historical Village...
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Outdoors fun for Year 2
Thursday 21st March
Anyone who has taken a child to the beach will know the joy that is experienced when there is a chance to play in the sand. The large sandpit in the Year 2 playground is ‘hands down’ the...
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6M Poetry
Thursday 21st March
6M is inquiring into ‘What is figurative language and why do authors use it?’ We have discovered there are various types of figurative language including: similes, metaphors,...
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Paper chains of Love
Thursday 21st March
Junior School students have this week been making paper chains. The movement to make the paper chains, decorated in bright colours and carrying messages of support, started in St...
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Upcoming Events 
New Parents Dinner
Wednesday 27th March
Mufti Day
Wednesday 3rd April
KFF Exec Meeting & AGM
Thursday 4th April
Prefect Quiz Night
Friday 5th April
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