Click here for information on our Early Years Foundation Stage.
Click here to view the yearly overview of learning in the Nursery.
Click here to view the yearly overview of learning in Reception.
Click here to read the Nursery Summer Curriculum statement, which gives more details about what children are learning this term.
Click here to read the Reception Summer Curriculum statement, which gives more details about what children are learning this term.
Nursery children and their parents had fun on our Summer trip to Alexandra Palace. We played in the playground, fed the ducks and geese, and then took a ride on the amazing boats on the beautiful boating lake. We had a lovely time!
Bob the Frog!
Ladybird Class found a frog in the Nursery garden. They found out about frogs by looking in books, and decided it should live in a pond. So they took the frog to our school pond and let it go.
Early Years Classes are having fun learning in our ‘Forest’ area. The forest offers opportunities for outdoor learning in a natural environment. The children learn about team work, collaboration, problem solving and lots more, through a range of practical activities such as building shelters and dens, hunting for bugs and creating natural art work.
Children from TWOs, Threes and Nursery and their parents are enjoying the singing, dancing and puppets at our Chicken Shed sessions on Thursday mornings. This is part of a project aiming to develop children’s early play and communication skills, and is open to all under 3s in our community.
Science / Stem in EYFS
Have a look at our slideshow to see some of the ways we teach science in Early Years
In Early Years, we are really enjoying books and reading!
Autumn Term 2016 – In the Early Years Foundation Stage the children are settling in well. They are making friends, and exploring and learning inside and outside