Paseo de la Habana Key Information
|Ages Taught||3 – 5 years old|
|Year Groups Taught||Nursery to Reception|
|Programme Taught||Early Years|
Head of Primary's Welcome
This large converted chalet in Paseo de la Habana has the longest history within the Hastings family of buildings. It is a dedicated Early Years centre for three classes each of Nursery and Reception pupils.
The teachers are UK qualified and experienced practitioners who offer a curriculum based upon the English national curriculum: the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). Each class teacher of Nursery children are supported by two full-time, bilingual, teaching assistants; each reception class teacher is supported by one full-time, bilingual, teaching assistant.
The section is led by our Early Years Senior Coordinator who shares a support teaching load covering the six classes based in this building with an additional full-time Early Years Assistant Coordinator. These coordinators report directly to the Head of Primary who is based in the Bendicion de Campos building.
The children are immersed in English from their first day and they spend a great deal of each day learning through play. Outdoor play is very important and so each class enjoys ample time and opportunity to be in the spacious front patio with all the larger toys and learning structures and implements.
Head of Primary and Assistant Principal
Paseo de la Habana, 204
Metro: Duque de Pastrana (L9)
All bus routes may be subject to changes during the year for reasons beyond our control.
Should you be interested in the coach service, please feel free to contact Ms. Lucía Novo on firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone, 607 995 764.
Our Early Years building, located in Paseo de La Habana, Madrid (Chamartin district), provides education for Nursery and Reception children.
The building covers a gross floor area of 630 sq.m. There are two classes per year group, a kitchen, a dining room, a sand-pit, a play area, a big main playground and two smaller ones.
At Hastings School, we believe that the children in our care are entitled to provision which supports and extends knowledge, understanding, skills and confidence. We encourage positive attitudes and disposition to learn and aim to give protection from early failure. Above all, we believe that high quality care and education by teachers will lead to effective learning and development for young children.
Every child deserves the best possible start and the support that enables them to fulfill their potential.
|Neil Tetley||Principal | Head of Secondary|
|Helen Ormerod||Assistant Principal | Head of Primary|
|Emma Duffy||Deputy Head|
|Gary Cook||Learning Support Coordinator|
|Laura del Pozo||Teaching Assistant||Pre-Nursery|
|Sandra Sevilleja||Teaching Assistant||Nursery|
|Lidia Mora||Teaching Assistant||Nursery|
|Sara Martínez||Teaching Assistant||Nursery|
|Ellie Stokes||Teaching Assistant||Nursery|
|Patricia Riveiro||Teaching Assistant||Reception|
|Daisy Guisasola||Teaching Assistant||Reception|
|Nicky Smith-Butler||Teacher||Nursery – Reception|
|Leonor Ramirez||Teaching Assistant||Nursery – Reception|
|Laura Vega||Teaching Assistant||Nursery – Reception|
|Silvia Lara||Admissions Officer|
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