Parents & Carers
We believe that learning experiences for Children are more meaningful when Parents/Carers and Nursery Practitioners work together and build on what Children already know and have accomplished.
FROM THE MOMENT OF BIRTH YOUR CHILD BEGAN A LEARNING JOURNEY.
YOU ARE YOUR CHILD'S FIRST AND MOST IMPORTANT TEACHER. TOGETHER WITH THE ROUTINE AND INTERACTION OF OUR TRAINED STAFF, YOUR CHILD WILL CONTINUE TO LEARN, EXPLORE, INVESTIGATE AND ACHIEVE. EXPOSURE TO A VARIETY OF SKILLS, HIDDEN WITH IN PLAY WILL BUILD CONFIDENCE IN ALL ASPECTS OF DEVELOPMENT. OUR AIM IS FOR YOUR CHILD TO BE SCHOOL READY AND ACHIEVE THE BEST POSSIBLE TRANSITION INTO THEIR RECEPTION CLASS.
FOR EXAMPLE a small selection from an unending list:
Sharing, turn taking, fine and large muscle control, imagination, spatial awareness, self-awareness, acceptable behaviour, social skills, co-operative play, freedom of choice, investigation, exploration, creativity, sensory skills, language.
REFRESHMENTS/MEAL TIMES Fine motor skills, social behaviour, table manners, hygiene, healthy eating, language development.
Listening, turn taking, sharing, self-awareness, self-esteem, confidence, concentration, sequencing, speaking, language, long & short term memory, songs, rhymes and pride at show and tell, and an introduction into understanding our range of emotions and how we can manage them.
Hand eye co-ordination, fine motor skills, concentration, senses, expression, observation, listening, thinking skills, language, visual/auditory discrimination/ creativity, risk and challenge.
Listening, Understanding, thinking, imagining, auditory/visual discrimination, long / short term memory / language.
Safeguarding, Self-awareness, confidence, self-esteem, independence, fine motor skills, language.
Gross/fine motor skills, self-control, spatial awareness, hand eye co-ordination, concentration, confidence, observation, expression, language, challenge and health and well-being.
ABOVE ALL FUN & ENJOYMENT
Within the framework of EVERY CHILD MATTERS, it is our aim to incorporate all of the above, using the guidelines of the Early Years Foundation Stage.
There are numerous web sites from which you can gain information about the Care & Education
In early years and helpful hints/books/activities which can assist learning at home.
Here are some helpful links:
http://www.bcpcounciil.gov.uk/Home.aspx - Local information - funding, admissions and Early Help
https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/ofsted - Information on the Early Years Foundation Stage. Welfare requirements & inspection reports. Advice and support