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“A teacher is a compass that activates the magnets of curiosity, knowledge, 
and wisdom in all children."
- Ever Garrison
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Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum 

The Early Years curriculum is compulsory in all childcare settings and comprises developmental programmes in seven areas of learning. 


These seven areas include three prime areas that are:

  • Communication and Language

  • Physical Development

  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development


The specific areas of learning include:

  • Literacy

  • Mathematics 

  • Understanding of the World 

  • Expressive Arts and Design


The prime areas are the essential foundations for learning, which if supported and developed well, will allow all children to access fully a wide range of learning experiences that will prepare them fully for school life. It is our intention to ensure that all children make the best progress and we will shape our learning experiences to respond to the interests of our children. 


We also value the contribution that parents make to their child's learning and would encourage you to share your child’s interests and developments at home, so that we can use this to develop their learning further. 


The Early Years Foundation Stage is built upon four principles that underpin all of the practises at our kindergartens: 


  1. We value every child as Unique.

  2. We endeavour to provide an Enabling Environment allowing children to access resources of interest both inside and out.

  3. All staff, pupils and parents develop extremely Positive Relationships and this is a key strength of our nursery. 

  4. Learning and Development is at the heart of everything that we do. We want the best for every single child in our care and we ensure that our highly qualified and committed staff provide well planned play based learning experiences to achieve this.


The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) principles are designed to celebrate the importance of play and learning, by putting the child back at the heart of early years practice. This philosophy is in perfect harmony with our kindergartens and we look forward to providing the best for you and your child.

Celebrations and Inclusivity


We believe that it is important for all of the children in our nurseries to celebrate a variety of multi cultural festivals and celebrations through out the year, including for example Easter, Christmas, Eid the Festival of Lights and Diwahli. We also recognise many other national days and recognised events such as World Book Day, Remembrance Day and Children in Need.


We will plan educational and fun learning activities around each of these to enhance the children’s learning. By providing a wide range of experiences the children in our nurseries are given the opportunity to learn to value and respect each other’s cultures and beliefs. 


We strive to be socially inclusive by:

  • Encouraging positive role models and through promoting non-stereotypical images.

  • Providing equipment that promotes and displays equal opportunity wherever possible.

  • Encouraging children to join in all activities

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