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The activities provided enable the children to gain rich experiences and learning opportunities as we follow the ‘Early Years foundation Stage’ (EYFS).

The EYFS will help practitioners provide appropriate play experiences to enable your child to develop in all areas. It will enable practitioners to recognise your child’s strengths and areas they need more support to develop new skills. 

For young children it is important that they are made to feel safe and secure in their surroundings. It means that wherever your child is being cared for or educated between 0-5 years they will be following the same set of principles, they will be offered a ‘principled play based approach to learning and development’.

Young children learn best through play and we will be able to provide your child with appropriate play and learning experiences for their stage of development and help them develop new skills.

The activities that are provided for young children will underpin the skills they need to work towards the Early Learning Goals in the following areas at the end of their reception year at school.

We have a legal obligation to follow the framework, which includes making written observations of the child and document their learning and development.

Each child has a folder named “My learning Journey” this is the property of your child, it belongs to them. If they draw on the pages, don’t worry, that’s fine too.

We add evidence of their learning to it, in the form of photographs, observations and copies of their work. Please feel free to do the same. You are able to read through it, take it home and add to it.

We provide activities that enable the children to gain rich experiences and learning  opportunities as we follow the ‘Early Years foundation Stage’ (EYFS).

Each area is divided up into stages of development and practitioners are able to identify resources and learning opportunities for individual children dependent on their developmental needs.


* Personal, social and emotional development

* Physical development

* Communication, language and literacy


* Literacy

* Mathematic

* Understanding of the world

* Expressive arts and design

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We work closely with local preschools and health care professionals.

The EYFS encourages practitioners, parents and carers to work together to help children develop to their full potential. 

It is also a requirement of the Early Years Foundation Stage that 

'where children receive education and care in more than one setting, practitioners must ensure continuity and coherence by sharing relevant information with each other and with parents'

This also means means, you have the opportunity to input information about your child’s development.

New Garden. We have recently had a garden make over. The children are loving the new space it has created. 

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We have a duty to abide by the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Bill (DPB).

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