Stewart House - Ages 4-6

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The adventure that lasts a lifetime

Your child is about to embark on the biggest and most important adventure of his or her life. Education. It’s a lifelong adventure that will continue through and beyond the different ‘phases’ of Felsted Prep. If your child joins Stewart House the educational adventure will start in a light and modern building with small class sizes and an environment that balances aspirations with warmth, kindness and praise. Academic success is prized but so is laughter and having fun whilst learning. Your child will make lots of friends along the way and be known, supported and valued by nurturing and talented teachers.


Nurture is guaranteed

It can be daunting when your child starts school. Alongside the inevitable worries about whether your child will be happy, there are the complications of managing a new set of family logistics and juggling everyone’s needs. We will work closely with you to ensure your child settles quickly; staff are always happy to chat or discuss matters.

We also provide a hot school lunch and an extended day to help you manage family life. Whether you work, get held up or just need help smoothing sibling pick up times, your child will be safe and cared for at the start and end of the day here. Your son might prefer to relax with a snack, your daughter to join friends in an after school club such as Jazz Dance, Judo or French. It’s very flexible, just like at home.


Our creative curriculum

Children learn best when they don’t realise they are learning. That’s why most of your child’s learning here will be topic based, through practical and purposeful play. Each topic is introduced with a tangible experience which acts as a reference point. Activities follow which encourage problem solving, enquiry and collaborative work. For example, the transport topic might be introduced by a visit to Stansted airport to meet a pilot. Later your child will ‘fly’ to Rome. After making a boarding pass, your child will pass through security to the classroom plane, complete with ‘in-flight entertainment’ about the Trevi fountain. On arrival in Rome there will be numerous activities like painting the Sistine Chapel and making pizza for lunch. Your child will think they are pretending to go to Rome; we know he or she will be honing skills in literacy, numeracy and science.


Jac Atkins, Head of Stewart HouseI extend a warm welcome to you to come and visit us in Stewart House, either on a personal visit or on one of the many open mornings and taster mornings we host throughout the year. If you have a few moments, please enjoy the video below, which our youngest Felstedians put together to give you a flavour of their school life here at Felsted.

Mrs Jac Atkins
Head of Stewart House Team



The best bits about Stewart House according to pupils

* Bug hotel
* Felsted beach
* Forest School
* Hot, tasty lunches
* Mud kitchen
* Library