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EYFS

   Welcome to Reception (EYFS)

                          Mrs Bonsall teaches Monday and Tuesday

                    Miss Wilson teaches Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

                    Mrs Rivas and Mrs Rogerson are supporting in class all week

 

“Every child deserves the best possible start in life and the support that enables them to fulfil their potential”. EYFS Framework 2021

 

Early Years Education focuses on seven areas of learning.

 

The PRIME AREAS of learning are:

CL-Communication and Language

  • Listening, attention and Understanding
  • Speaking

PD- Physical Development

  • Gross motor skills
  • Fine motor skills

PSED- Personal, Social and Emotional Development

  • Self-Regulation
  • Managing Self
  • Building Relationships

 

The SPECIFIC areas of learning are:

L-Literacy

  • Comprehension
  • Word Reading
  • Writing

M-Mathematics

  • Number
  • Numerical Patterns

 

EAD-Expressive arts and Design

  • Creating with materials
  • Being Imaginative and Expressive

UW-Understanding the World

  • Past and Present
  • People, Culture and Communities
  • The Natural World

 

There are four key principles that underpin our practice at Longford Park School.

 

A Unique Child We recognise that all children are different. We identify and celebrate their strengths and support their areas for development.

Positive Relationships Our pupils interact well with each other and with the adults in the school. We encourage parents to be involved with their child’s education.

Enabling Environments Our indoor and outdoor areas encourage exploration, investigation and independent learning. Our displays and resources are well maintained and reflect current learning.

Learning and Development Pupils achieve well and make good progress from their starting points. Learning is playful, practical and purposeful and builds upon prior attainment.

 

We provide an individualised learning programme for your child. Together with this we allow pupils to follow their own interests so that they are able to make progress in all areas of the curriculum.

We will keep you informed what your child is learning throughout the year and provide you with some information about how you can support them at home.

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