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Recently, in King’s Oak we introduced Woodworking sessions for children from Year 2 to Year 4. Children...
Our teachers are highly skilled and dedicated professionals. They inspire our children by their enthusiasm and creative approach to learning. Children learn best when they are happy, motivated and engaged and the curriculum is constantly evolving to meet their interests. Our approach works and this is evidenced by the excellent achievement of our pupils across the curriculum.
Learning is the focus of every school but at King’s Oak British International School we want learning to be central to all our discussions, hopes, aspirations and outcomes. King’s Oak enables children to prepare for a world in which simply absorbing and regurgitating bite size chunks of knowledge will be worthless. Our pupils undertake a 21st century education, where they become armed with a toolkit of learning skills which are transferrable to their future education and the inevitable demands of the workplace.
The welfare of our pupils is paramount and we firmly believe that ‘a happy heart goes all the way.’ We aim to ensure that all of our children are happy at school and are enjoying their education. Children should be able to enjoy their childhood with innocence and enjoyment.
After school clubs are designed to extend the teaching and learning which takes place during the normal school program. Clubs offered may range from specific academic areas to art and craft activities or from social opportunities and skills to specialised hobbies and interests. Due to the different developmental stage of children certain clubs are designed and run for different aged children.
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