EYFS Information Meeting. What is the Early Years Foundation Stage?. The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is the stage of education for children from birth to the end of the Reception year. It is based on the recognition that children learn best through play and active learning.
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EYFS Information Meeting
What is the Early Years Foundation Stage?
The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is the stage of education for children from birth to the end of the Reception year.
It is based on the recognition that children learn best through play and active learning.
The Learning Journey is an open record of your child’s learning and development. It is a personal record of that unique child as it builds up a picture of what a child knows, understands, feels and can do. Each child will have a Learning Journey that includes:
Observations: formal observations, snapshot notes;
Children’s work: photographs, pieces of work;
Voices: comments from the child
Partnership with Parents
“Parents are children’s first and most enduring educators. When parents and practitioners work together in early years settings, the results have a positive impact on children’s development and learning.”
(National Assessment Agency, 2008)
The First Term
We will find out what the children
already know and can do
and use this information to help us develop a
for each child.
We would value any contributions
you would like to make in helping us
get to know your child’s needs.
Maple class – Monday and Wednesday
Beech class – Monday and Thursday
Maple class – Monday – 9.30am-11.30am
Beech class – Tuesday – 9.30am-11.30am
Forest Schools is an innovative
educational approach to outdoor play
and learning in a woodland environment.
Please take this as an opportunity to have a look around your child’s classroom.
Feel free to ask any questions!