At Repton, we meet each child’s individual educational needs by creating a carefully planned environment and curriculum that enables learning to be enjoyable, yet purposeful and stimulates every child’s development. We provide a supportive, caring, happy, secure and creative environment in which the children develop in line with our ethos, to fulfil their potential. We ensure that all children are prepared educationally, with a developed sense of responsibility, ready to move into our Pre-Prep Department.

All of our experienced and enthusiastic Teachers are individually supported by a qualified Teaching Assistant, enabling each child to be given the attention they require. There is a great deal of emphasis placed on the core subjects- English, Mathematics, Science, Computing, Arabic, Islamic and Social Studies.  In addition to this, pupils also are given the opportunity to learn Humanities, Music, French, Art, Swimming and Physical Education (PE).

Computing is integrated into the curriculum and is taught daily within all curricular areas and by all staff. We believe that children have an incredible, almost innate, ability to use, and be comfortable with, technology and that this is a crucial skill required for them as 21st century learners. All pupils at Repton are given their own iPad, which will remain with them throughout their time at the school.

Core Subjects







Social Studies

The aim of our Infant Department is to give children the best possible start to a more formal education. Entering a more structured curriculum can be daunting however by providing a welcoming and caring environment the children are able to grow into independent and self-confident individuals in line with Repton’s Ten Core Values.

Our goal is to enable all children to be working at a level above what would be expected in most other schools.

Although using and following aspects of the English National Curriculum we are not bound by it, ensuring that we can offer a broad, exciting and rich curriculum whereby the children are constantly challenged to excel.