Prep School

Curriculum

based on the National Curriculum but not restricted by it

We offer a broad and balanced curriculum that is based on the National Curriculum but not restricted by it. Extensive use is made of our fabulous historic grounds and of the outstanding local area in which we are situated.

Sport plays a key role in the curriculum and after English and Mathematics, has the highest weekly time allocation. Our peripatetic teachers offer a wealth of options in music, tennis, ballet and drama. Stover has a fine musical tradition. Over 80%  of our Preparatory School pupils are in the Choir and they have the chance to perform at various events throughout the year including local music festivals. All pupils have drama, singing and music lessons each week and school productions are a highlight of the year. We also hold annual inter-house public speaking and debating competitions and Year 5 pupils sit the English Speaking Board examinations.

Extensive use is made of our fabulous historic grounds and of the outstanding local area in which we are situated.

Spanish and French conversation are taught, with Spanish introduced in Year 1 and French in Year 3. Home Economics is taught in Year 6 with pupils making use of the excellent facility in the Senior School.

We have an extensive sports  fixtures list with U9 and U11 pupils having ample opportunity  to represent their school. Team sports include rugby, football   cricket, hockey, netball and rounders. Individual sports offered include athletics, swimming, tennis, golf and horse riding.

Educational visits, adventure days, activity days and a residential camp supplement our curriculum and are enjoyed by pupils of all ages.

Prep School

Curriculum

based on the National Curriculum but not restricted by it

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