Curriculum

Curriculum Overview

Our curriculum follows the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (EYFS) which is a national statutory framework for all children from 0-5 years. https://www.gov.uk/early-years-foundation-stage At Arlesdene we place high importance on the value of play as the most effective way in which young children learn.  Staff plan a broad and balanced curriculum, based on their observations of …

Curriculum Intent

At Arlesdene we know that children learn best through creative play when they have high levels of involvement and their emotional well-being is supported. All adults are committed to working with parents and acknowledging that they are their child’s first educator. At Arlesdene we ensure that our learning environments are secure, calm yet stimulating both …

Curriculum Goals

1. To be happy, independent and confident 2. To be able to communicate their experiences effectively and to demonstrate curiosity in the wider world 3. To be able to use large and small physical equipment confidently, demonstrating skill and safety 4. To be able to write their own name  5. To be able to create …

In The Moment Planning

We would like to explain ‘In the Moment Planning’ to you. What is In the Moment Planning? Planning in the moment is nothing new, it is exactly what a parent naturally does every day with their child, it is also exactly what a skilful practitioner has always done. Every time an adult looks and listen …

Curriculum leaflet

Curriculum Leaflet

   

Learning at Home

Parents guide to The Core Book Approach click link above for guide Phonics: Reading involves two skills, word recognition and comprehension. Children need to develop phonic skills to help them master word recognition, and that this starts in the early years with a focus on sounds.   Learning together series  Useful websites: www.lovemybooks.co.uk lovemybooks is a …