We use the Early Years Foundation Stage which is our National Curriculum that builds on each child’s interests, developing their ideas and knowledge to broaden their experience.
Children are given opportunities to reflect on their learning both individually and at group times.
They are encouraged to build resilience by solving problems themselves, both in their play and in relationships. Adults are always on hand to support them.
Each child has their own key person who helps them settle in, talks with parents and liaises with their future school for a smooth transition.
Each week every child takes part in a small focused group activity, based around the National Strategies for numbers and letters and sounds. Each small group activity is specifically planned to meet each child’s next developmental steps.
Each member of staff receives support and training from a private speech and language therapist, who is also available to see children in either small groups or one:one if required.