At Wandsworth Preparatory School, English is designed to give students a strong foundation in language and literacy skills. The curriculum is structured around six areas of learning: communication and language; physical development; personal, social and emotional development; literacy; mathematics; and understanding the world.
Students are taught to listen and respond to others, speak clearly and confidently, and understand and follow instructions. They are also introduced to new vocabulary and concepts through stories, rhymes, and songs.
Pupils are taught the foundations of reading and writing, including letter recognition, phonics, and basic sight words. They are also encouraged to express themselves creatively through writing, drawing, and other forms of self-expression.
English curriculum at Wandsworth Preparatory School is designed to be inclusive, engaging, and developmentally appropriate for young children. It is structured to provide students with a strong foundation in language and literacy skills, and to encourage them to be curious, creative, and confident learners.