© 2019 by Little Camelot Nursery School.

Call Us: 071 608 6063 / Email: littlecamelot@educatingthenation.com / 18 Chervil Avenue, Annlin, Pretoria 

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OUR DAILY PROGRAM

 

Below you'll find a summary of our daily program:



7:00   -  8:30        Arrival and Inside play

8:30   -  9:15        Circle time

9:15   - 10:00       Inside play

10:00 - 10:15       Clean up time

10:15 - 10:45       Sport/music

10:45 - 11:00       Toilet routine

11:00 - 11:15       Snack time

11:15 - 12:00       Outside play

12:00 - 12:15       Clean up time

12:15 - 12:30       Story time

12:30 - 13:00       Toilet routine and lunch

13:00 - 13:30       Home time (half day children)

 

13:00 - 15:00       Nap time (full day children)

15:00 - 15:30       Toilet routine and snack time

15:30 - 16:30       Outside paly and stimulation activities

16:30 - 17:30       Clean up time and home time

 

 



Important Elements in Our Program
 

Whole Child Development

We consider whole child development vital for our childrens growth. This means that our daily program has been specifically designed to allow for constant growth in the following areas:

 

- Social Development

- Physical Development

- Cognitive Development

- Emotional Development



Dedicated Individual Attention

Here at Little Camelot we have dedicated staff who focus on each child'd development. Our staff to child ratio is 1:10 to ensure that your child gets the best that he/she deserves. We continuously observe and assess our children in order to allow for early intervention if in the event that we might have any learning concerns.

 

Learning through Play

By giving our children the opportunity to enjoy facilitated play at school they are able to enjoy the best learning experiences and allow for vital skill development important for life. Research is clear that our children need ample time to play because:



  1. children approach tasks readily and willingly

  2. children are open and responsive to the learning within the play activity

  3. children are willing to "try", and feel that they can "have a go" without fear of failure

  4. children learn easily from their peers, working as an effective group

  5. children establish constructive and positive relationships with those involved

  6. children explore and find out at a level that suits them

  7. children can negotiate their own response to the learning situation within the play activity

  8. children sustain high levels of focus and interest

  9. children are able to offer their own input into the activity, feeling involved and listened to

  source:http://www.niched.org/importance_of_play.html 

Give us a call:

071 608 6063