Saville House School - better equipping children for life
A Nottinghamshire school where the individuality of the child is at the core of all they do has spaces available in the new term for preschool to 11 years.
Saville House School, in Mansfield Woodhouse, sets personal development and tailored goals for each child at its heart. The curriculum not only covers all the key aspects any parent would wish for, but a broader, more global education. Rather than being drilled with answers to remember, the pupils are taught how to solve problems, better equipping them for life.
Headteacher Claire King said: “At Saville House School our task is to prepare the children for their future role in the world, and ensure they have the confidence, skills, kindness and awareness to succeed.”
“Happy children grow in self-esteem and confidence. We believe that our children should always be put at the heart of everything we do. As a result, children are not only academically able, they are also confident, caring individuals who become proud ambassadors for their school and their community.”
The independent school was originally founded in the village vicarage at Rainworth in 1951, but its popularity soon saw it move premises. Now a teaching team who puts them first nurtures children aged from 3 to 11. Unlike many similar schools, there’s no set entrance exam, which makes it inclusive and welcoming.
Academically the children thrive, and they live and breathe the school motto Fortier, Fideliter and Feliciter, which means Fearlessly, Faithfully and Successfully.
Regular trips to museums and theatres also make up a typical year at the school and help build up a structure that inspires the children and broadens their horizons.
There are currently admissions slots in all age groups and if you are interested in finding out more about Saville House School you can order a prospectus or book a tour. Children can be booked in for taster days, so they can get a feeling for the school and if they feel happy and at home.
Interested in a friendly, informal chat about your child’s future schooling requirements then please call 01623 625068.