Learning through play is an important part of our Foundation Stage. We believe children learn best from activities and experiences that interest and inspire them.
Through play, children learn to adapt, negotiate, communicate, discuss, investigate and ask questions. We believe it is important that adults take an active role in child initiated play through observing, modelling, facilitating and extending their play. The development of language is a key element of this stage of their education.
As a result, children here make rapid progress. They quickly learn phonic sounds which enables them to read and write. They also learn number skills progressing to simple calculations.
We provide children with a stimulating experiences both inside and outside of the classroom. We have amazing facilities with an inviting purpose built outside area where children learn through play.
Parents are pivotal in their child’s learning journey. We regularly share with parents different strategies on how best to support their child in their first year of school.
Please see below for further information about our Foundation Stage.