Curriculum

Curriculum

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Children should be expected to have achieved the Early Learning Goals in each area by the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage. These goals describe what children should know and be able to do by the end of their reception year.

As a child moves toward the early learning goals, ‘Development Matters’ guidance highlights the likely stages of progress they will make. We consider these matters when assessing children and planning their learning.

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Children should be expected to have achieved the Early Learning Goals in each area by the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage. These goals describe what children should know and be able to do by the end of their reception year.

As a child moves toward the early learning goals, ‘Development Matters’ guidance highlights the likely stages of progress they will make. We consider these matters when assessing children and planning their learning.

  • Self-regulation

  • Managing self

  • Building relationships

  • Listening, attention and understanding

  • Speakin

  • Gross motor skills

  • Fine motor skills

  • and present
  • People and the communities
  • The natural world
  • Number
  • Numerical pattern
  • Comprehension
  • Word reading
  • Writing
  • Creating with materials
  • Being imaginative and expressive
  • We love teach through play strategies

Assessments for Progress

2 Year Old Progress Check

We use direct observation to evaluate how your child is developing. We record their growth and potential based on the data received from these observations, photographs, and videos. Moreover, we believe that parents are the most knowledgeable about their children and thus, ask them to provide information about their kids’ interests, and how they are helping them develop. We also create regular summaries of the children’s accomplishments based on all of the gathered data. These summaries serve as part of the children’s achievement records and they are made periodically and at times of transitions, such as when they change groups or begin school.

 

Records of Assesments

To document each child’s development, we keep records of their accomplishments. It is essential for parents and staff to collaborate on the child’s record of achievement for further progress. This record allows us to commemorate their successes as well as work together to provide the child with whatever is needed for their wellbeing and growth. Your child’s primary caretaker will work with you to maintain the record. To do this, the key person and you will collect data regarding the child’s requirements, activities, hobbies, and achievements to determine their current level of advancement.

Working Together

Our setting maintains the ratio of adults to children set by the Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements. Volunteer parent helpers are also available to complement these ratios when possible.

By doing so, we are able to spend time and attention on each child, as well as discuss their interests and hobbies. By engaging with children, we are also able to offer them experiences and benefits. We provide your child to explore in a safe environment.

Assessments for Progress

2 Year Old Progress Check

We use direct observation to evaluate how your child is developing. We record their growth and potential based on the data received from these observations, photographs, and videos. Moreover, we believe that parents are the most knowledgeable about their children and thus, ask them to provide information about their kids’ interests, and how they are helping them develop. We also create regular summaries of the children’s accomplishments based on all of the gathered data. These summaries serve as part of the children’s achievement records and they are made periodically and at times of transitions, such as when they change groups or begin school.

 

Records of Assesments

To document each child’s development, we keep records of their accomplishments. It is essential for parents and staff to collaborate on the child’s record of achievement for further progress. This record allows us to commemorate their successes as well as work together to provide the child with whatever is needed for their wellbeing and growth. Your child’s primary caretaker will work with you to maintain the record. To do this, the key person and you will collect data regarding the child’s requirements, activities, hobbies, and achievements to determine their current level of advancement.

Working Together

Our setting maintains the ratio of adults to children set by the Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements. Volunteer parent helpers are also available to complement these ratios when possible.

By doing so, we are able to spend time and attention on each child, as well as discuss their interests and hobbies. By engaging with children, we are also able to offer them experiences and benefits. We provide your child to explore in a safe environment.

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