Junior Preparatory Wraparound care
The school is very proud of the varied and extensive programme of wraparound care that is on offer reflecting the different requirements of children in Pre-School through to the senior years. The array of after school clubs, activities and supper sittings not only enables the children to be further immersed in subjects, sports and activities but also means that the school is able to support working parents or families with different aged siblings in collecting their children at one time.
We strive for the school to be an extension and support of pupils’ homes. Children are welcome to arrive at school from 7.30am for breakfast and stay for supper, served at 6pm.
After School Clubs 4 - 5pm
Year 1&2 After School Care 4.00pm - 6pm
Year 3&4 After School Care 5.00pm - 6pm
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.
On Thursday 6th September, a 'Welcome to the Curriculum' evening will take place at Terra Nova School. The aim of this event is to introduce parents and families to the curriculum the children will study in the next academic year. The format of the evening is as...read more
Sign up to Terra Nova's 'Tough Mudder' style challenge taking place in our fabulous school grounds on Sunday 24th June at 10am. Participants will be entered into U13, U11 & U9 categories. Each registration will be charged at £5. Please register:...read more
Last Friday, Phoebe, Una, Imogen and Annabelle travelled to Wrekin College, Shropshire, to represent Terra Nova in their annual Year 4 Mathematics Challenge. The young mathematicians' lateral thinking skills were put to the test as they worked together to solve a...read more