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Clevedon Montessori School

Tel: 01275 877743

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Facilities

Conservatory

 

- Book corner, art and craft, nature and rest room.  These activities are sited here to make full use of the natural light in this room.

 

Pink Room

 

- Classroom Practical Life activities,  construction equipment.

 

Yellow Room

 

- Classroom Sensorial equipment, maths equipment, language equipment and cultural material, embodying history, geography, nature, time and science, computer, television, DVD, CD, video, radio.

 

Main Hallway

 

- Teaching resources, photocopier, foyer information area for parents, children's coat hooks and additional activity area for children's floor activities.

 

Bathroom

 

- Three toilets and three wash basins.  Storage cupboard, including first aid box and manuals and children's spare clothes.

 

Kitchen

 

- Approved and spot checked by Environmental Health Officers, for providing hot school meals and snacks for children

Children’s Garden

 

- The Children have free access to the garden; they grow flowers and vegetables and care for it in

a variety of ways. The vegetables and herbs are harvested and prepared by the children for

their school meals. The area has a Wendy House with role play equipment and also storage

for a wide range of equipment designed to develop the children’s physical skills. Our garden

shed houses full gardening tools and materials for the exclusive use of the children.

 

The Octagon

 

- The Octagon is an outside classroom which provides shelter from the vagaries of our climate whenever needed and is a versatile resource for observing nature and many other specific activities throughout the year.

 

The Outside Environment

 

- The outside environment has been designed in line with the concept of ‘The 7C’s’.

 

The 7C’s stand for:

 

- Character – atmosphere or feel of the space which is influenced by the other 6C’s,

- Context

- Connectivity

- Clarity

- Challenge

- Chance

- Change

 

The environment really encourages spontaneous activities to evolve and is a true childrens’s society at work.