At Kidsperience we follow the standards of the British National Curriculum, more specifically, the Early Years Foundation Stage, and parts of the Greek Cypriot Curriculum, teaching both the English and Greek Languages.
One of our most important goals is to assist children in developing holistically. This means not only giving them the means and resources to develop their academic skills outlined in the school curriculum but also their social, emotional and physical skills. Alongside our curriculum we place emphasis on exposing the children to environment and resources that will develop healthy habits.
The Kidsperience approach has been created to enable the children to think independently and critically and to develop skills that will give them the opportunity to thrive in any environment.
Our school works closely with a learning support team in order for our Kidsperience kids' needs to be met. In addition to this support team, our on campus team includes a SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator) who observes the children regularly. If for whatever reason your child requires support, we also offer a Support Room.
This is all put in place for the benefit of the children, to make sure that all children's needs are appreciated and cared for.
the learning environment
Every detail of the Kidsperience environment is designed to stimulate the children's curiosity and benefit their development in some way.
Each classroom is designed to allow the children to explore, investigate, play and learn independently without continuous direction. Our halls and outdoor play area are also used for the benefit of the child's development and are viewed as a extension of the classrooms.
Our Kidsperience Clubs are extra-curricular activities that compliment the British National Curriculum. They are held in the afternoon hours and are there to offer children a greater selection of activity. If your child attends our Nursery in the morning, they are also able to join our clubs in the afternoon.
A range of clubs are offered each day and they change each term, giving your child more choice and opportunities.
come and visit
If you would like to visit our school and meet with a member to staff to discuss our classes, ethos or to see the facilities for yourself, we’d be happy to show you round!
For the safety of the children we ask that any members of the public contact us in advance to organise a suitable time to visit and be met by an available staff member.