Pre-Prep Curriculum

Few things are of greater importance to parents than the education of their children. For over 20 years, Falcons Pre-Prep has provided boys with a high quality education in a challenging environment. The school’s energy is directed at the provision and enhancement of high quality teaching and learning. This involves positive and supportive relationships between pupils, parents, staff and the wider community.

Critical Intelligence encompasses the skills of language, mathematics, verbal reasoning, logic, memory and the processing of information. These are developed through a structured and focused academic curriculum which supports and challenges all students.

Creative Intelligence allows the boys to think and act with fluency, innovation, flexibility and originality. These qualities are developed through a broad and balanced curriculum which recognises each student’s strengths and abilities wherever their talents may lie.

Emotional Intelligence is the ability to translate a set of common values into attitudes and behaviour where students act and think with moral insight and a sense of understanding of the needs of others. The boys’ experience is enriched by the cultural diversity of the city of London as well as nurturing an understanding of the responsibilities of global citizenship.  We believe in everyone being involved in working together in an atmosphere of ease, dignity and mutual respect.  This is part of the culture of our school and British Fundamental Values are of this utmost importance.

The teaching of Resilience is something we do very well.  We teach our boys that if they are not successful at something they need to pick themselves up, dust themselves off and try again. This is a life skill which we believe is of the utmost importance.

Quality Assurance

The Assurance of Quality is at the heart of an effective school. In order to provide the very best possible experience at Falcons Pre-Prep we strive for excellence in all aspects of our service. We aim to rank amongst the highest in reputation for educating boys in a way which enables each individual to fulfil his potential.