Junior Preparatory Sports & Activities
Sport & Activities are very much part of life at Terra Nova School. The school’s 35 acres provide a rich resource for children to discover, explore, adventure and take risks. Our extensive grounds include, our own forest school and woods, play areas, playgrounds, playing fields, astro turf and meadow and swimming pool.
But children also have plenty of opportunities to participate in: Athletics, Cross Country, Dance, Dance & Ballet, Fitness sessions, Riding, Running, Golf, Swimming & Tennis
Sports in Year 1&2
Sports in Year 3&4
Terra Nova has its own cub scout pack led by Akela – “a symbol of wisdom, authority and leadership!” Akela at Terra Nova is the Headmaster’s wife! The cub pack get involved in scouting events in the local community, help at school events as well as regularly having bonfires and roasting marshmallows in the forest.
What we've been doing in Junior Preparatory
A typical day in Junior Preparatory
Individual attention and personalised learning tailored to each and every pupil, leading to inspirational outcomes.
A proud heritage steeped in traditional values with a thoroughly modern approach and delivery.
2½ to 13 years
Seamless transition, specialist teaching, leadership opportunities, all-round nurture and outstanding pastoral care.
Makerspace, The Hub, 32 Acres, Shooting Range, Swimming Pool. Stunning facilities in a beautiful environment.
French, Spanish, German and Latin, taught by experts in the knowledge and understanding of second language learning.
For the second year running the Year 8 children have visited Switzerland for their leavers trip. They have had a ball, sledging on the Col de Pillion glacier at an altitude of 3000 metres, visiting thermal baths, a chocolate factory, swimming in Lake Geneva, playing...read more
Terra Nova School's Activity Week provides a fantastic experience for all the children in the school. Honing one of Terra Nova's fundamentals in teaching its pupils life transferable skills, the children are 'off' timetable all week developing their resilience,...read more
Each year the Terra Nova community come together to take on a cycle ride on Saturday followed by a team walk on the Sunday. Locations have included summiting Snowdon in Wales and Catbells in the Lakes, as well as walking the coastal path of Anglesey. This year, the...read more