Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is the stage in your child's from from birth to the age of 5. This is usually by the end of their Reception year.
At St Anne's we believe children's early years experiences should be happy, active, exciting and fun. The experiences should support their development, care and learning needs. This learning takes place both indoors and outdoors and be developed through play, practical and creative activities. We believe that through our carefully designed EYFS curriculum, there is a broad and balanced curriculum, filled with rich learning experiences which help young children become independent, resilient and successful learners. We aim to ensure that children are given experiences to develop their basic skills, effective characteristics and learning attitudes needed for future learning.
At St Anne's, all children will experience a weekly visit to our Woodlands School where they will play in the natural world, learn to take age appropriate risks, investigate our world in the changing seasons and most importantly get muddy!
At St Anne's, all staff will be 'Language Role Models' & 'Active Play Role Models' to support children's development.
In line with the statutory framework, every child at St Anne's has a 'Key Worker'. This will be the child's class teacher.
EYFS Class Photograph Pages
EYFS Class Webpages