It has been a busy term at Maple Walk Prep School: author visits, sporting triumph, biking breakfasts, coding workshops… and there has still been plenty of time for everyday learning.
Maple Walk, in northwest London, offers a first-class, traditional education in a creative environment for 4- to 11-year-olds. Their Core Knowledge curriculum expands children’s mental horizons by giving them a solid knowledge base in the arts and sciences. Meanwhile, their Singapore Maths Inspire programme is accelerating learning throughout the school.
Maple Walk has specialist teachers for French, Drama, Dance and PE and they take pride in enabling every child to reach their full potential. Their pupils are confident, happy and articulate.
Last year their Year 6 leavers had impressive results, winning places at some of London’s top secondary schools. However, the school doesn’t just celebrate academic success; six of their pupils were selected to represent the borough in the London Youth Games and their girls’ football team came second in the ISA North tournament.
With visits to the Wallace Collection, the National Archives and the Museum of London, to name just a few, Maple Walk pupils make active use of London—the city really is their classroom.
There is an extensive range of before- and after-school clubs, including chess, Taekwondo, Glee, cooking and gymnastics, among many others. Maple Walk is housed in purpose-built accommodation in NW10 and makes regular use of the Green Flag-awarded Roundwood Park nearby.
They already welcome a number of families from across West London and look forward to meeting more.
They try to keep their fees low and, at £2,957 per term for the academic year 2016/17, an independent education may be more affordable than you think.
The school hold regular open mornings, but get booked up fast. For entry to mid-year or from Years 1 to 6, a private appointment should be arranged.
Visit their website to book a place and to find out more: www.maplewalkschool.co.uk.
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