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British EYFS

British EYFS

The early years foundation stage (EYFS) sets standards for the learning, development and care of your child from birth to 5 years old.

The Following Are The Principles That Guide Our Curriculum

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    Communication and Language
    • Roleplay
    • Listening to others sharing experiences and opinions
    • Listening to stories
    • Using descriptive language to express themselves or tell a story
    • Learning new words to expand their vocabulary
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    Physical Development
    • Games that involve running, jumping, throwing and catching
    • Using equipment such as climbing frames
    • Older children might also discuss healthy living and how they feel after exercise
    • Drawing, colouring, painting, and crafts
    • Eating independently using cutlery
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    Personal, social, and emotional development
    • Practicing sharing and taking turns
    • Following instructions and rules and understanding why
    • Exploring their own needs, interests and feelings
    • Learning about and respecting each other’s differences
    • Practicing independence and self-care
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    • Singing nursery rhymes to explore rhymes and syllables
    • Learning the alphabet and digraph sounds verbally
    • Matching sounds with the letters of the alphabet
    • Writing some letters, their names and other simple words
  • Mathematics
    • Counting
    • Identifying and drawing shapes
    • Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing using objects
    • Learning about weights and measures
  • Understanding the world
    • Exploring their senses of sight, smell, taste, hearing and touch
    • Learning about nature and seasons, often outdoor learning in a local park or woodland
    • Looking at maps
    • Exploring cultures, religion and cultural and religious festivals
    • Practical experiments with science, such as seeing which objects float in a tub of water
    • Using computers or other technology to begin children’s technical skills
  • Expressive arts and design
    • Painting, messy painting, drawing, and crafts
    • Making music and singing
    • Dancing, independently and as a group
    • Roleplaying known stories (such as fairy tales) and their own stories