Starting in Reception
We will work in partnership and the spirit of collaboration to support the development of provision and teaching and learning across the federation.
We will strive towards quality improvement in all areas of our work.
We will provide a learning environment which will engage and inspire children under 5, supporting their learning and development across all areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum.
We will ensure that we meet the needs of all children, providing enhanced support for those most in need, including their safety, well-being and health.
We will enable staff, parents and carers to work together to share their knowledge about children and increase their understanding of children’s needs in order to ensure that children make the best progress they can.
We will engage and involve staff and parents / carers in shaping our provision and support families to thrive.
We recognise staff are our most important resource and will support staff development at all times both
In Reception we ensure a high-quality learning environment both indoors significant impact on their learning and development so happy safe children is our primary aim in order to support children’s learning and progress.
Our curriculum is guided by the statutory framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). The EYFS sets the standards that all Early Years providers must meet to ensure that children learn and develop well and are kept healthy and safe.
Staff observe children regularly in order to inform their planning and ensure that each individual child’s needs are met. Observations and planning focus on the 7 areas of Learning & Development; Click on the areas of learning to read our curriculum policies.
Our approach to managing children behaviour
We know children respond best where there is mutual courtesy, kindness and respect . Our behaviour policy forms a fundamental part of all aspects of teaching and learning. We support children’s self-esteem, empathy for others and respect for the world for which we live in. We avoid using strategies for children that lead to fear, humiliation, guilt or rejection.
We know that children respond best where there is mutual, courtesy, kindness and respect. We wish to promote strategies which encourage and support children’s self-esteem, empathy for others and a respect for the world in which they live. We wish to avoid strategies which may lead to fear, humiliation, guilt or rejection.
To promote an environment where children and adults feel safe, accepted, valued and respected and that their individual rights are upheld.
To develop an inclusive ethos where children and adults are happy and grow in confidence, care for each other and contribute to a sense of community.
To use developmentally appropriate strategies for children’s behaviour management, which encourage and support children’s self- regulation.