Wonder World International School has announced its Summer School and Saturday Care services are open for admission this June throughout August.
Located at Adjiringanor, East Legon, the School admits Children from 6 months to 10 years only and this summer, children are spoilt for choice with various programs including Abacus Math Program, Super Readers Club, Number Giants Club, Arts & Craft, Swimming lessons, Summer Splash among other fun and exciting preschool activities.
Wonder World International School’s preschool system prides itself on its unique dual-management system. A distinguisher in the early childhood education industry. With both onsite and virtual school systems, the school’s main focus is to communicate and work with the best teachers who will treat preschoolers with the care and attention they deserve while implementing its Enhanced GES Curriculum.
This dual-management system ensures a hands-on, community-focused approach when it comes to early childhood education. In Accra, they’re the go-to school for anything preschool and childcare.
The child-development school also provides a nurturing environment where children can learn and discover new experiences like swimming, ballet, belong to a tennis or reading club among others. Children who are having fun all day with the school’s lessons also gets to enjoy playtime on the school’s greenfield playground.
Wonder World International School currently has its Regular School Admission open alongside the Summer School and for Saturdays, parents can simply drop off their children for Saturday Care. While offering parents multiple and flexible opportunities to enrol their wards, a service care dubbed as After-School Care also allows the school to assist children with home works, Brainzy Kids as well as general childcare for preschoolers.
The school can be reached via (+233) 0240941560/0504685546 or by email at [email protected]. The “Wonder World School Gh” handles on social media can also be a go-to platform for all further details and childcare support questions and its enrollment.