A BRIEF HISTORY The Kumon method of studying Math was developed in Japan in the 1950s by a Math teacher and parent, Toru Kumon. He began producing study materials to help his own son, Takeshi, who was struggling with elementary school Math. As Takeshi’s ability improved, the father was persuaded to allow other local children […]
Term 3 Calendar of Events School opens – 25th April Year 11 Prayer Evening – 5th May Photo Week (Peach, Pear, Yrs.1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10 Individual, class, sibling, staff) – 8th to 12th May Staff Training – 8th May Official Commencement of I.G.C.S.E Exams – […]
We are pleased to announce Potterhouse School’s parenting workshop themed, ‘Parenting With a Difference’. It will be held in Potterhouse school on the 3rd-5th April at 4:00-6:00 each day. Our topics are ‘Understanding My Sexuality (KG & KS 1) by Dr. Wahome Ngare, ‘Raising Adolescents’ (KS 3&4) by Dr. Stanley Mukolwe and ‘Why We Should […]
At Potterhouse, we follow an adapted form of the British National Curriculum. This means that throughout the Primary School up to and including Year Eight students study the set national curriculum subjects, including Mathematics, English, Science, Geography, History, Art, Physical Education, Music, a modern Foreign Language and ICT. In Year Nine pupils undertake a pre-IGCSE […]
Potterhouse Early Years section caters for children aged 2-5 years, providing a carefully planned induction to the British National Curriculum. The environment ensures that the children feel safe and secure, as they adjust to days spent away from home. There is also the flexibility for children to start part-time and build up to staying for […]
Congrats, Michelle Chesire! We are so proud of the countless hours of study and hard work that you put into finishing Year 11. You have accomplished so much! We are thrilled to share this important moment with you – Being the BEST in English in the WHOLE WORLD! Congratulations!