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    About Us

    St. Elizabeth’s Pre-Primary is a Private Christian School that caters for children from 2 1/2 years until they enter formal education at six years of age.

    There are 94 children accommodated in four class groups, based on age.

    The teaching staff is composed of the principal, four teachers and two assistant teachers – all of whom hold teaching qualifications. The education programme is of a very high standard and staff keep up to date with all new developments in education.

    Our main aim is to provide a stimulating, caring environment in which each child will reach their full potential. The pre-primary school concentrates on developing the child intellectually, physically, socially and emotionally. These areas are naturally inter-related and all activities are carefully selected and graded to serve and satisfy these ends.

    Daily Programme

    Greeting Ring – a teacher directed time when the children share news, discuss the weather, participate in special activities and learning tasks, including small group work focusing on skill development. Free Choice Time – The children are free to play in any of the following areas: Garden, Creative, Fantasy, Block and Cognitive. The child chooses […]

    Teacher Directed Time

    During these times the child participates in group activities together with children of a similar age. The activities have been planned by the group teacher and are age related so that the children will progress to more advanced Rings and stories as they mature. Activities are related to the current theme e.g. Animal Homes/The Builder. […]

    Free Choice Time

    Play is the serious business of childhood   GARDEN Activities – Sand play, water play, sensopathic activities, mud, clay modelling, woodwork, climbing apparatus.Here a child builds a strong and healthy body while climbing, running, jumping and balancing. The activities provide opportunity for : pleasure and delight the development of skills social contacts the release of […]