Welcome to ‘Winsmart Schools’


Your child is growing up fast and ready for a little more independence, our pre school club will be a perfect introduction and also gives you access to see the progress of your child’s development.


Our approach to learning and teaching is through child centered play and education. We have a fully equipped nursery.

After School

With a wide range of activities including arts and crafts, imaginative play and physical activities, our staff will engage with your children.

Why Winsmart School

Winsmart school is a school with learners who are motivated and keen to be actively involved in their learning. The school was founded in 2008 and since then we have kept a holistic record of excellence. Winsmart schools comprise playgroup, reception, nursery and primary classes.

We have experienced, dedicated, committed and qualified teaching and non teaching staff who takes good care of each child’s development both academically and morally.

Meet Our Teachers

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Classroom Facilities

Winsmart schools comprise playgroup, reception, nursery and primary classes. We have experienced, dedicated, committed and qualified teaching and non teaching staff who takes good care of each child’s development both academically and morally. We have over the years maintained a high standard of education intellectually, morally and socially in a serene, quiet and conducive environment for learning.

Pre-Nursery Class

Pre Nursery Class: We at Winsmart School appreciate the value of a solid foundation which is why we go the extra mile by nurturing pupils in a conducive, safe, happy and creative environment using the Montessori method, exceptional teaching tools, hands on activities, smart boards, etc; to aid all types of learners be it visual, auditory or kinesthetic.



Indoor Play Areas

The Nursery section of the School is dedicated to laying a solid foundation for a total child using Montessori materials and dynamic teaching aids. We lay emphasis on the five core areas of Montessori which are Language, Numeracy, Cultural, Practical life and Sensorial Education.



Our primary section offers a comprehensive primary education in line with National Policy on education which provides our children with a solid all round educational background in preparedness for their post primary experience.


  • Download the Application Form below.
  • Fill out the form and return to the center.
  • You will receive an acceptance letter if your child has been accepted into our program.

Our Results Speak for themsleves!

We have experienced, dedicated, committed and qualified teaching and non teaching staff who takes good care of each child’s development both academically and morally.

Voted OUTSTANDING by our local education authority

Our Rooms & Classes

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Daisy Room

This class is for age 0 to 24 months and has space for 9 pupils

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Little People Room

This class is for age 7 to 10 months and has space for 12 pupils

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Butterfly Room

This class is for age 2 to 4 months and has space for 12 pupils

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Primary Room

This class is for age 7 to 11 months and has space for 10 pupils

Your Children

Classroom rules are important to your class community. When students have rules, they know what your expectations are for them. They know what you want them to do, and they know that there are consequences for failing to follow the rules.

  • Be on time at the beginning of the day and after lunch or recess breaks.
  • Come prepared with supplies and completed homework.
  • Be kind, polite, and courteous to others.
  • Keep your hands and feet to yourself.
  • Be respectful of classmates, teachers, and property.
  • Listen to the teacher and classmates, and follow directions.
  • Work hard, and always do your best.
  • Be safe!
  • Raise your hand when you would like to speak in class or if you need to leave the classroom for any reason (ie. going to the bathroom, visiting the nurse, etc.)
  • Obey all school rules.


  • Don’t talk to strangers.
  • Don’t take anything from strangers.
  • Don’t go anywhere with someone you don’t know.
  • Stay more than an arm’s reach from strangers. If you are approached by a stranger, seek help immediately.
  • Trust your instincts, if you feel you are being followed or something is not right, seek help immediately.
  • Use the buddy system, avoid walking anywhere alone.
  • Review contact telephone numbers and home safety practices.
  • When seeking help, always go to a trusted adult – teacher, coach, police officer, other parent, or older siblings.
  • If a stranger grabs you, do everything you can to stop him or her from pulling you away.
  • Drop to the ground, kick, hit, bite, and scream. Do whatever it takes to attract the attention of others who can help you. If someone is dragging you away, scream, “this is not my dad,” or “this is not my mom.”
  • Report any suspicious activity to your local school and police department.


Happiness is that feeling that comes over you when you know life is good and you can’t help but smile. It’s the opposite of sadness.

Happiness is a sense of well-being, joy, or contentment. When people are successful, or safe, or lucky, they feel happiness. The “pursuit of happiness” is something this country is based on, and different people feel happiness for different reasons. Whenever doing something causes happiness, people usually want to do more of it. No one ever complained about feeling too much happiness.


Effective education is a learning experience.

Education brings about an inherent and permanent change in a person’s thinking and capacity to do things.

Many people have a superficial concept of education; equating it with doing a particular course or obtaining a particular qualification.

Qualifications and courses however do not always equate with effective education.

  • People can undertake courses without any significant permanent change
  • People can achieve qualifications without changing .

How Good is a Qualification?

There’s no escaping the fact that good learning takes time.

Reading a book and understanding what you read, does not mean that you have been educated (or permanently changed), if you don’t integrate what you read into your attitudes and memory. Similarly, attending a course and hearing a lecture doesn’t mean you have changed or been educated.

Real education is very different to just having access to (or being exposed to) information about something. Real education embeds things into one’s brain, and anyone who understands learning will understand that this comes from repeated exposure and use of information or skills.

Sadly, in today’s world, people want to fast track everything: but learning is something that cannot usually be fast tracked.

Shorter courses simply mean that less is learnt.

Your children’s education and wellfare are our main priorities


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