Welcome to St Cyprians School for girls! Our renowned ‘School-in-the Woods’, is known a place of wonder where the magic of early childhood development is welcomed and celebrated.

Our warm, loving environment offers every little girl the opportunity to grow and learn at her own individual pace.
We have spacious, child-centric facilities which ensure that all our ladies intellectual, physical, spiritual, social and emotional needs are met. Laughter and joy are the order of the day as our girls explore their environment and embrace this early stage of development and learning.

St Cyprian’s Program

During the early pre-school years it’s necessary for a holistic, integrated approach be undertaken where play-based learning takes front and centre stage. Emergent Literacy and number skills are developed both in the classroom and on the playground with a strong emphasis on building both language and listening skills.
Our famous Life Skills programme aims to develop the girl’s wellbeing both socially and emotionally. We also support various charities throughout the year and girls are encouraged to look beyond themselves as they embrace those less fortunate.

Girls Reading

Problem-solving and conflict resolution skills are fostered throughout the day as these are central to building confident and happy women. The music, movement, dance and drama classes also provide delightful opportunities for the girl’s creative expression and release.
A wide variety of extra-curricular activities are on offer including Ballet, Pottery, Music Play, Karate and Tennis.
We also offer clubs which are facilitated by our educators, these include Green Beans, Brain Waves, Finger Fun, Games Galore, Sing-a-long and Gym.

Special days and coffee mornings

At St Cyprians, special days are celebrated throughout the year such as ‘Tea for Two’, ‘Drumming with Dad’, ‘Someone Special Day’ and ‘Spring Day’.

Coffee Mornings and Parent Information Evenings cover topics of interest and provide opportunities for parents to meet, discuss their children and share experiences. Regular educational outings, visiting puppeteers, speakers and story tellers all enhance the educational programme for our girls.