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We are really busy rehearsing for our Nativity, lots of singing and learning our lines.  We are enjoying learning new carols.

 

Our cards, decorations etc. are coming together and looking lovely, we hope you appreciate the hard work the children are putting in to make them beautiful for you.

 

 

What a busy term we are having... and still a lot to do!  Everyone has settled in really well and become excellent hand washers.  

 

We have been learning about numbers using a programme called, 'Number blocks', the children really enjoy watching a video and then copying the activity in class.

 

In forest school we have been making dens for ourselves and for little wild animals, the children were very happy to know they were helping to keep the animals safe and warm through the winter.

 

We are now starting to put together our Nativity play, always exciting!  On Tuesday 15th December we will be performing our Christmas concert/Nativity.  Sadly, we are unable to invite parents to watch this year, but we will be videoing it and we will let you know where you can access it in the next few weeks. 

 

We have been writing our letters to Father Christmas and the children were so excited, it was lovely to watch their faces as they were working on them.

 

 

 

  Mrs Marsh is our EYFS Lead 

Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum (EYFS)

 

In the Foundation Stage we follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum (EYFS). We support the children to become independent and collaborative learners. We provide a range of activities and experiences that encourage children to take risks, explore and make links between their explorations.

 

The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) applies to children from birth to the end of the Reception year. 

 

There are seven areas of learning and development which shape educational programmes in early years settings. All areas of learning and development are important and inter-connected. The three prime area of learning are crucial for igniting children’s curiosity and enthusiasm for learning, and for building their capacity to learn, form relationships and thrive. We pride ourselves in offering a bespoke curriculum, giving the children lots of quality learning opportunities tailored around their individual needs and interests.  Outdoor learning plays a big part in our curriculum and we have amazing grounds for the children to explore.

    

 

The 7 different areas of learning and development in the EYFS are:

  • Communication and language development. ...
  • Physical development. ...
  • Personal, social, and emotional development. ...
  • Literacy development. ...
  • Mathematics. ...
  • Understanding the world. ...
  • Expressive arts and design

 

What you can expect from St Mabyn school EYFS:

  • Exploration based curriculum
  • Rich outdoor environment 
  • Direct access onto the school field
  • Qualified teacher-led sessions
  • Specialist teaching assistants
  • Ofsted-rated 'good' provision

 

What we offer:

  • Up to 30 hours free childcare for children aged 3 +
  • Flexible sessions to suit your needs and those of your child
  • Breakfast club

Our beautiful rural setting is best seen to be appreciated, should you like to visit us, please do not hesitate to contact the school office and  book your appointment to come and see St Mabyn EYFS. It's a great place to learn and grow.

 

Characteristics of Effective Learning (for parents)

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