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The curriculum is broadly based on the Early Years Foundation Stage guidance in Reception and the National Curriculum in KS1. However, in all instances we expect to take the children further with their learning.
In the Pre-Prep children are taught a broad and balanced curriculum. They receive specialist teaching in a range of subjects, including French, ICT, art and design technology, drama, music, PE, swimming and dance.
We also use the International Primary Curriculum to deliver our Science, History, Geography, Art, Design and Music topics through engaging and creative thematic units.  

Each unit starts with an enticing 'wow' entry point

The units within the IPC are exciting and relevant to the children's lives, yet the rigour of each specific subject is still present. Each unit starts with an enticing 'wow' entry point, before the children explore the big themes and share their prior knowledge. The children then visit the topic through each subject lens, being scientists, then geographers, then historians and so on. Each unit comes to an end with a fabulous exit point, during which the pupils share their learning and experiences with their peers and parents.

The IPC captures the imagination of all the pupils and ensures school is exciting and stimulating. Whilst the academic subjects are still taught separately, the IPC highlights both their independence and interdependence. This results in meaningful, deep learning where the children explore a theme from many different viewpoints. Alongside subject learning, the pupils are set personal goals and develop a sense of international mindedness.

More information about the range and content of teaching and learning at Eagle House.

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