Archived EYFS

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Framework

The EYFS Framework (2012) explains how and what children in our EYFS will be learning to support their development.

Our EYFS pupils learn skills, acquire new knowledge and demonstrate their understanding through seven areas of learning and development.

Children in the EYFS should mostly develop the three prime areas first. These are:

These prime areas are those most essential for children’s healthy development and future learning. As children grow, the prime areas will help them to develop skills in four specific areas. These are:

These seven areas are used to plan our EYFS children’s learning and activities. Our EYFS staff members teach and support the EYFS children, making sure that the activities taking place in the EYFS unit are suited to each child’s unique needs. This is a little bit like the curriculum in the rest of the school, but it is particularly aimed at and suitable for very young children; and it is designed to be really flexible so that the EYFS staff members can follow the children’s needs and interests.

Parent Information

EYFS – Challenge Grids – Home Learning – Weeks 3 & 4

EYFS – Challenge Grids – Home Learning – Weeks 1 & 2

EYFS – Summer 2 2020

EYFS- Parent Info – Spring letter 1 2020

EYFS – Autumn letter 2019

EYFS – newsletter September 2019

EYFS ParentsGuide 2019

EYFS – baby photo letter 2019

EYFS – show and tell letter 2019

EYFS – library club 2019

EYFS – Jolly leaflet 2019

EYFS – maths leaflet 2019

EYFS- pe kit letter nursery 2019

EYFS – nursery fund letter 2019

EYFS – Early Learning Goals posters 2019

EYFS -foundation profile leaflet 2019

EYFS Special Events

Halloween 2019



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