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Early Years Foundation Stage

Our EYFS unit has children of Nursery and Reception age: 3-5 years old. We take children from the age of 3 into our Nursery, offering pre-school sessions and home visits prior to your child starting school.

We are very true to the EYFS curriculum, providing a stimulating and exciting environment in which our children can develop new skills, explore new ideas and learn social rules. We plan themes and link our learning and classroom environment to these themes, always taking ideas from the children wherever possible. Our classroom design is based around the EYFS areas, ensuring that we have a broad and balanced coverage of the curriculum.

Children have access to all areas of the classroom at all time, including the outdoor area. We explore the outdoors in all weathers, venture out on nature walks, learn about planting in the summer and enjoy practising climbing, ball skills and playing racing and chasing games.

As well as accessing the different areas of our classroom, our children also take part in some more formal teaching and learning. We cover phonics - learning letters and the sound system; develop writing, letter formation and pencil control; explore mathematical activities; take part in P.E. sessions and learn new art skills.

Ultimately, we strive to ensure that, as well as providing our children with the means to achieve their fullest potential, they have fun, form positive relationships and enjoy their learning journey through school.

Information about the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework can be found at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/early-years-foundation-stage-framework--2.Details of the current learning journey can be found on Rubies' class page.

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