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Vaughan Primary School Welcome to Nursery!. Tonight’s Aims. To inform you about the EYFS and to explain the areas of learning and development To talk about the ways in which children learn and the importance of parent partnerships To give you key information and to collect your child’s forms.

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Vaughan primary school welcome to nursery

Vaughan Primary SchoolWelcome to Nursery!


Tonight’s Aims

  • To inform you about the EYFS and to explain the areas of learning and development

  • To talk about the ways in which children learn and the importance of parent partnerships

  • To give you key information and to collect your child’s forms


Introduction

Mr Griffin Mr Jones Mrs Tobin

Mrs Reece Mrs Watson Mrs Scott


Nursery staff
Nursery Staff

Mrs Dixon Mrs Blake Mrs Patel

Photo

Photo

Photo

Mrs Bell


What is the early years foundation stage
What is the Early Years Foundation Stage?

It is based on the recognition that children learn best through play and active learning.


Areas of Learning

  • Prime Areas

  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development

  • Physical Development

  • Communication and Language

  • Specific Areas

  • Literacy

  • Mathematics

  • Understanding the World

  • Expressive Arts and Design



Personal social and emotional development
Personal, Social and Emotional Development

  • Self-Confidence and Self-Awareness

  • Managing Feelings and Behaviour

  • Making Relationships


Physical Development

  • Moving and Handling

  • Health and Self-Care


Communication and Language

  • Listening and Attention

  • Understanding

  • Speaking


Literacy

  • Reading

  • Writing


Mathematics

  • Numbers

  • Shape, Space and Measure


Understanding the World

  • People and Communities

  • The World

  • Technology


Expressive Arts and Design

  • Exploring and Using Media and Materials

  • Being Imaginative


Characteristics of Effective Learning

  • Playing and Exploring

  • - Having a go!

  • Active Learning

  • - Being motivated to achieve!

  • Creating and Thinking Critically

  • - Problem solving!


Parent Partnership

‘Education is a partnership between school and home’




Suitable Clothing

  • Comfortable and safe clothing appropriate

    for the weather – jogging bottoms

  • Washable for daily ‘messy’ play - not best clothes!

  • Suitable footwear for active play and weather – No laces or open-toes, velcro is best!

  • No jewellery

  • Hair tied back


Welfare Matters

  • Medical Needs

  • Allergies

  • Sickness and Diarrhoea - 48 hours absence must follow

  • Temperature - 24 hours absence must follow

  • Administration of medicines requires prior written consent

  • Little upsets


What to bring:

John

Water bottle

Coat


Stay and Play

Week Starting : Monday 14th July 2014 Morning: Morning: 9.30 – 10.30 am

Afternoon: 1.30 – 2.30 pm

  • One hour to spend with your child in the Nursery

  • Beginning of their transition

  • A fun and positive experience!


Tonight
Tonight

  • Collecting Information Forms

  • Home Visits – remember to sign up!

  • Please do not leave before handing your forms to a member of staff!


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