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Transitioning rooms


Each classroom in the school caters for different ages and levels of development. When children are at the right age and the school principal feels they have developed sufficiently, they are "transitioned" or moved to the next room.

Our educators are very good at ensuring a smooth move between rooms and work closely with other learning professionals and parents during the process. Transitioning between rooms is an important part of growing up and most children become very excited about moving on up!


Transitioning considerations

By the time your child is ready to transition, the school will have taken steps to ensure the process is as easy as possible.

  • Skill level:

The groundwork for transition is laid early while your child is in their current room. Certain basic skills need to be learned before a move is possible and safe, so we make very sure your child is fully equipped to make the transition with as little disruption as possible.


  • Assessment & cooperation:

We'll assess your child's readiness to transition based on their social and emotional development. They will then let you know when they think your child is ready to transition to the next room.


Transition process

  • Some children need a little more time than others to transition. This is completely normal. Every child is unique and our staff will ensure your child gets as much time as he or she needs to successfully transition.


  • Transition itself takes place in stages. Your child will 'visit' the new room for small but increasing amounts of time. We'll continue to communicate with you regularly to ensure you are fully aware of your child's progress.