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Come and talk to your child’s keyworker about the EYFS and how we apply it in the nursery, the themes and projects in each of the rooms and the assessment and reports for each child


The primary purpose of the EYFS profile is to provide year 1 teachers and parents with reliable and accurate information about each child's level of development as they reach the end of the EYFS. This will enable the teacher to plan an effective, responsive and appropriate curriculum that will meet all children's needs, to support their continued achievement more fully

 

Early Learning at Mallards Wood

A Unique Child

Every child is a competent learner from birth
who can be resilient,
capable, confident and self-assured.

1.1 Child Development
1.2 Inclusive Practice
1.3 Keeping Safe
1.4 Health and Well-being

1.1 Child Development
1.2 Inclusive Practice
1.3 Keeping Safe
1.4 Health and Well-being
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Positive Relationships

Children learn to be strong and independent, from a base of loving and secure relationships with parents and/or a key person. 

2.1 Respecting each other
2.2 Parents as Partners
2.3 Supporting Learning
2.4 Key Person

Enabling Environments

The environment plays a key role in supporting and extending
children's development and learning.

3.1 Observation, Assessment
and Planning
3.2 Supporting Every Child
3.3 The Learning Environment
3.4 The Wider Context 

Learning & Development

Children develop and learn in different ways and at different rates
and all areas of Learning and Development are equally important
and inter-connected.


4.1 Play and Exploration
4.2 Active Learning
4.3 Creativity and Critical Thinking
4.4 Areas of Learning and Development 

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Assessing your child

This is done without putting any pressure on the child, they will not be 'tested' in any formal way,

 all assessment will be done on a
continual basis,
based on observations.

Regular reports on each child’s progress will be made, and parents are invited to parents evenings
.

Helping your child

Ask what they have done, and what they like and don't like about nursery, encourage them to ask questions, listen and try new skills at home.

 Reading your child stories and nursery rhymes and involving them in activities such as shopping, cooking, cleaning etc. helps in the growth of life experiences.

Don't forget to praise them
when they have done well

What we teach

Early Learning Stage Principles
EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage)

nationalstrategies.standards.dcsf.gov.uk