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WILLOWCROFT COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Tomorrow’s success starts today

The Early Years Curriculum

The Early Years Curriculum (EYFS)

 

The Reception class provides a broad and balanced curriculum which embraces the seven areas of learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage. In Reception we focus on the development of the individual child and, during your child’s time in the Frogs class, he or she will experience a great variety of activities based on these seven areas of learning through structured activities and carefully planned play:

Prime Areas:
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
Physical Development
Communication and Language
 
Specific Areas:
Literacy
Mathematics
Understanding the World
Expressive Arts and Design

 

Our Indoor Environment 

The indoor curriculum provides a stimulating learning environment and opportunities for the children to experience a quiet reading corner, interactive whiteboard, role play area, writing area,  construction area, creative area, maths area and an understanding the world area.  There is a wide range of resources available to the children through planned opportunities for both child initiated and adult led activities.  
 
Our Outdoor Environment
The outdoor environment mirrors the indoor learning environment within Reception and it is used daily within the daily routine. Children will be able to access resources to develop the seven areas of learning. Outdoor learning is key to developing children’s independence, physical development and to offer exploration and investigation opportunities.
 
How can I check my child’s progress?
Miss Paynter will assess your child regularly using the Foundation Stage Profile which enables us to track your child’s development.  Continual assessment is carried out on every pupil through observations, annotating their work, questioning and monitoring reading. Assessments are recorded in a number of ways in each child’s individual profile including short and long written observations and photographs.
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