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Additional Learning Experiences

Additional learning Experiences

Kiddelydivey

The pre-school music classes are designed to be fun and educational, supporting and enhancing the children's development and social interaction, whilst developing a keen sense of musicality and a love for music. Kiddleydivey has spent 21 years providing educational music classes to 0-4 year olds following the EYFS curriculum. Our music classes for the young are lively, interactive and help to facilitate child development, language skills, and coordination.

For more information, please visit their website: www.kiddleydivey.co.uk 

or contact them via email on: info@kiddleydivey.co.uk

Ballet

In 1935 Mrs Monzani earned her teachers certificate as an AISTD ( Associate imperial society of teachers of dancing) and in 1936 Mrs Monzani would go to Buckingham Palace on Thursdays to teach royal classes to Elizabeth, Margaret and relations i.e Glousters and Kents children. Monzani School of dancing was officially established in 1947 in the Great Missenden and Amersham areas.  Mrs Monzani started classes in Amersham Community Centre in the original barn hall teaching ballet, tap and ballroom classes. During Mrs Monzani’s years of teaching, she has also taught in many local private and county schools within the area.

 

Now the school is managed by a close team of dance teachers and Miss Karen teaches the children here at CSP Montessori School. We believe that ballet is a perfect activity for early years as it promotes, balance, coordination, poise and most importantly confidence. Miss Jack has known Mrs Henry (the Principal of Monzani School of Dance) for nearly 20 years as both her daughters attended ballet sessions from being two and a half until they were eighteen.

 

For more information on The Monzani School of Dance please visit their website: www.monzani.co.uk

Cooking

As a Montessori, we explore the technique of hands on learning, this includes cooking. The children at our setting cook every week, this promotes an understanding of foods, the body and the concept of processes producing an outcome. It also increases the use of fine motor skills and allows the children to demonstrate interest and concentration in a fun and different way.

Mindfulness and Yoga

Every week the children are encouraged to take time together to practice yoga and mindfulness.  This gives the children a moment to think about their bodies, how they are feeling and be aware of those around them. At Chalfont St Peter Montessori School, we combine fun yoga stretches, mindful breathing, calm discussions as well as many other techniques in order to encourage and promote a calm, respectful environment, that increases the individual child's resilience to tricky situations for the children. 

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Scrumys utilises core elements of rugby to help introduce sport to younger boys and girls in a playful and fun way. We specialise in children from ages 18 months - 11yrs old. Our trained coaches and unique curriculum are tested and respected by educationalists. No contact is made in a Scrumy session. Girls and boys use tags to play in a safe way.

For 20 years now we have been introducing young people to tennis via our schools program. Players are taught the basic skills and then if they wish progress on at our  club, Get Set 4 Tennis through our Squad system or our Futures and Performance programs. Matchpro Tennis is fully inclusive and will not turn any player away. Lets Go Tennis is affiliated to the Lawn Tennis Association and receive an allocation of Wimbledon tickets each year. We try to give each child a pathway to higher levels of tennis if they wish, with a structured training program through the squad system to Futures to the performance program.

Over the years we have produced one player who achieved a WTA professional world ranking, another who represented GB at Under-16 and 6 National level players.

All coaches who work at the club are LTA qualified DBS checked and First Aid trained and LTA accredited.

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