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Early Years at Wolverley Sebright

Curriculum Intent for Early Years

 

At Wolverley Sebright Primary Academy we strive to work in partnership with parents and carers to encourage independent, happy learners who thrive in school and reach their full potential.

 

We aim to create a safe and secure environment where children’s natural creativity and curiosity can flourish, alongside the acquisition of skills and knowledge. We provide indoor and outdoor environments which support learning and enable children to develop skills, attitudes and understanding that will form the basis of lifelong learning.

 

Through the 7 areas of learning we provide topics that excite and engage children, building on their own interest and varied experiences, and developing their experiences of the world around them.

The Development Matters document and the Foundation Stage ELGs (Early Learning Goals) set out the end of Reception year expectations for children. We prepare the children to reach the ELGs and ensure they make good progress from their starting points.

 

We support transition into KS1 ensuring it is smooth and beneficial for the children.

 

 

 

SAET Pledge

 

         As part of the Severn Academies Educational Trust we pledge:

 

  • To provide a safe, respectful learning environment where all students feel safe, secure and valued, and able to seek support and guidance at any stage of their learning.
  • To provide high quality teaching and learning alongside the mose appropriate provision.
  • To provide an array of personal development opportunities to nurture a wide range of individual and social skills which enhance self-esteem, confidence and resilience.
  • To promote an active and healthy lifestyle to help students achieve physical, social, intellectual and emotional well-being.

 

The 4 principles of the Early Years Foundation Stage

 

  • A unique child. Every child is a unique child who is constantly learning and can be resilient, capable, confident and self assured.

 

  • Positive relationships. Children learn to be strong and independent through positive relationships.

 

  • Enabling environments. This recognises the key role a child’s environments play in supporting and extending their development and learning

 

  • Learning and development. Children learn and develop in different ways with all  areas of learning interconnected and equally important.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 4 Principles of EYFS are underpinned by the 3 characteristics of effective teaching and learning in EYFS

The 7 areas of learning and development in the Early Years Foundation Stage

Within the 7 areas are the 17 Early Learning Goals (ELG)

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