Early social interaction is particularly beneficial for child development, and the right environment can help children develop strong language skills, creativity, empathy, communication and confidence.
child will be mainly learning through play-based activities. They will also be learning about routine and developing early literacy and maths skills, learning about the world around them and learning social skills.
In Reception days may be a little more structured but they will still also be learning in a variety of ways; while moving, exploring outdoors, in groups, on the carpet or walking around the school!
Although the first school is a lot of surprises, it is the first step for a comprehensive development in all aspects. By creating a safe, consistent and welcoming environment, we help the school follow the guidelines of the local school district.

Our Setting

The EYFS Early Learning Goals are achieved by providing the children with opportunities to have a wide range of adult led and child led focused activities which will develop a positive sense of self and others, respect for others and social skills, emotional well-being and a disposition to learn. Our nurseries have designated areas of learning where children have access to a wide range of resources enabling them to develop fully the Early Learning Goals. The Classrooms provide the children with opportunities for focused activities as well as a quiet area where children are able to explore books, construction activities further developing the Early Learning Goals. Children are able to explore and share thoughts and feelings through art, imaginative and role play activities. The school also provides area for physical play, to develop their co-ordination and fine motor skills and to enjoy the health benefits of being outdoors.
Skills That Children Will Learn

Learning Environment For Your Child's Comprehensive Development

Children learn about their world through the use of their senses. In our Kids Care Program, classroom activities that focus on discovery and exploration will facilitate just that kind of learning.
Learning through Play

Our Approach

Play helps young children to learn and develop through doing and talking. Our setting uses the Early Years Foundation Stage document to plan and provide a wide range of play activities which help children to make progress in each of the areas of learning and development. In some activities we let the children decide how they will use the activity, and in others the adult takes the lead in helping children to take part in the activity. In all activities information from the EYFS document is used to decide what equipment to provide and how to provide it.
Every child is a unique child, who is constantly learning and can be resilient, capable, confident and self assured.
Children learn to be strong and independent through positive relationships.
Children learn well in enabling environments, in which their experiences respond to their individual needs and there is a strong partnership between practitioners and parents/carers.
Children learn and develop in different ways and at different rates. The framework covers the education and care of all children in early years settings, including children with special educational needs and disabilities.

Observation of Learning

We assess how children are learning and developing by observing them frequently. We use information gained from observations, as well as from focussed activities and photographs to document their progress and where this may be leading them and identifying next steps. We believe that parents know their children best, and we ask them to contribute by sharing information about what their children like to do at home, and how they as parents are supporting development. Each child’s level of development is assessed against the Early Learning Goals. Teaching staff will indicate whether children are meeting expected levels of development.
Emerging, not yet reaching expected levels of development
for age
meeting the level of development expected at the end of the EYFS
Parent Participation

Parent as Partners

We recognise the important role that parents play in their children’s development and progress. We encourage parents to be involved in their child’s learning and take an active role both at home and at the preschool. We encourage all parents to become familiar with the routine to ensure that there is consistency between their home life and preschool. Parents meet is held every term to discuss their children’s developments. The involvement of parents in their child's learning and care ensures that all their needs are quickly identified and exceptionally well met.
about their children’s needs, activities, interests and progress with the staff.
Sharing their own special interests with the children & Helping to provide, make and look after the equipment and materials used in the children’s play activities.
in community activities in which the preschool takes
with other parents in the preschool.
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