Our curriculum is structured using the EYFS framework for children aged 0-5 years.
The EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) has 6 areas of learning, focusing on helping children grow in confidence and
Personal, Social and Emotional Development:
- Providing activities aimed to ensure that the children develop skills and knowledge, not only academically but socially
- Provides opportunities for children to boost their self-esteem, build up confidence and self-help
Communication, Language and Literacy:
- Includes both verbal and non-verbal communication skills. Provides the opportunity for children to communicate with
their peers and adults by expressing themselves, (i.e) by pointing, talking, crying and smiling.
- Encourage speaking and listening through the enjoyment of books, sounds, reading and writing. These skills create the
basis of literacy and so it is important that the children receive the right support at an early age.
Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy:
- Provides the opportunity for all children to develop their understanding of numbers, patterns and shape, etc. Through
counting, measuring and problem-solving.
Knowledge and Understanding of the World:
- Providing activities enabling children to question and understand how and why things work, through the exploration,
observation, investigating and the experimenting of their environment.
- To encourage the children's fine and gross motor skills through a range of different physical
- Encourage interaction with
- Aiding their sense of awareness and self-health, providing the right start needed for a healthy
- Creates an opportunity for children to experiment with, explore their environment and to share their thoughts, ideas
and feelings through a range of activities. These activities include, imaginative role-play, art and design and also the use of their own expressiveness and originality to invent new