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Learn By Doing

Reader Rabbits uses the National Curriculum of England and Wales for literacy, maths and non-core subjects.

To engage children’s interest and give purpose to our learning, we use themes to bring all our lessons together. Each theme has a strong science, geography or history focus, and then we link our reading, writing and creative arts to the theme.

To maintain our high academic standards, we provide literacy and mathematics lessons every morning, then mix in the other subjects in the afternoons. This provides children with all the opportunities they need to develop in all aspects of their learning

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How To Register Your Child into Reader Rabbits

You can register you child/children by either contacting us directly by using the phone number or the email address provided below, or you can fill in the registration form provided here.    

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+255 784 790 260

Mail For Inquiry

info@reader-rabbits.com

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Academic Departments

Reader Rabbits uses the National Curriculum of England and Wales for literacy,
maths and non-core subjects.

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Literacy and Mathematics

When teaching literacy and mathematics, we look at the needs of each child and pitch the work to their specific needs. Importantly, we teach the skills needed to be good readers, good writers and mathematicians.
We encourage reading at home, and set regular homework for children to complete.

Arts, Design and Technology

Being able to express ourselves through creative arts, design and technology is fundamental for all children to develop into well rounded adults. We aim to embed relevant and varied experiences, so that the children can extend the talents and gifts that make them individuals.

Science

To support children’s understanding of the world around them, science is taught throughout the year. We focus on investigation and enquiry, enabling the children to test their own ideas and draw appropriate conclusions.

Modern Foreign Languages

Children learn French and Kiswahili from Year 1. Our language curriculum also comprises elements of intercultural understanding, aiming to develop children’s conception of themselves as global citizens.

History and Geography

Humanities play an important role in creating themes for our learning. We learn about the history and geography of local, national and international places and cultures, and compare them with our own.

Music

Within our themes, music is taught to give children the opportunity to develop a greater understanding of how music can influence our lives. We also encourage children to learn musical instruments.

Physical Education

We offer specialist trainers for our PE lessons. We cover a variety of sports, dance, swimming and athletics. Sports Days are held every year, and we compete with other schools at local events.

Personal, social, health and citizenship

We teach children the importance of understanding how we grow, how our health is important, and how to work with others. With this understanding, children can then look after themselves and others as they become adults.

Clubs and after school activities

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Young Musicians

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Math & Science Club

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Afterschool Sports

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Art & Design

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