EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) Curriculum
At Robin Hood, the curriculum delivered in our EYFS for children from birth to 5 years old. This curriculum was implemented in England in 2008 and reviewed in 2012. It is currently going through the process of another review in which Early Years guidance and Early Years Goals are due to be changed from September 2021. This curriculum is inclusive of all children, including those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
Our teaching and provision are designed to support the skills detailed as the Characteristics of Effective Learning:
Playing and exploring
Creating and thinking critically
Our Nursery environment is set up with furniture and resources for children to have stimulating experiences and interesting conversations. Carpet sessions are planned to support children with explicit phonics, PSED (Personal, Social, Emotional Development), and maths teaching and opportunities to extend and consolidate this learning is provided in the independent ‘free play’ time. Children have a designated milk and fruit time, where the children are sat in a picnic style and given the opportunity to improve conversation and social skills with their friends.
As a staff team, children and learning environments are closely observed and planned for. Both the indoor and outdoor environment are reflected on in order to maintain purposeful provision and high-quality learning opportunities.
Seven Areas of the Curriculum
Personal, social, emotional development -
Communication and language
Knowledge and understanding of the world
Expressive Arts and Design
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