At VEP. we believe that “play is a child’s work” and is woven into the very fabric of their existence during the early years. That is why we advocate play based learning and recognise how critically important it is for children to discover, engage, interact and make sense of the world around them, whilst having fun.
At this crucial stage of their development, children are full of curiosity and wonder, it is our job to harness their natural enthusiasm for learning by providing exciting and stimulating learning opportunities and creating experiences for our young learners to explore.
Our Ethos - Equity, Excellence and Inclusiveness in education - we promote a culture of tolerance, inclusion, diversity, equality and fairness - we honour and enable the unique development of each child - we inspire and empower our pupils with the skills to succeed - we strive to instil a lifelong love of learning
Our Vision - to provide education that is crucial to a child's formative years in a safe, happy, caring, secure and stimulating environment - to enable all children to develop their abilities as successful learners, confident individuals, responsible citizens and effective contributors to society.
Our dedicated and zealous educators employ an eclectic educational approach, allowing them to combine various learning styles and models to create a bespoke curriculum, which not only responds to the specific needs of their respective groups, but also supports, supplements and complements parental care and the holistic growth and development of every child.
All indoor and outdoor activities are designed to help children achieve goals in the key areas of learning and development; Personal, Social and Emotional Development Speech, Language and Communication Physical Development Numeracy Literacy Expressive Arts and Design Understanding of the World
The curriculum is delivered through a series of monthly topics covering an array of subjects, which provide a focus for children’s play and learning activities during that period.
We strive to maintain a meticulous balance between adult-led activities and opportunities for children to learn through self-directed play and first-hand experiences, as we strongly believe that both are equally important for the developing child.