EARLY YEARS FOUNDATION STAGE AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Practitioners will plan focus activities to help and support a child’s next steps alongside observing and extending play within free choice that allows children to create, imagine and learn. It is essential that children are supported within the Prime Areas of the foundation stage and given opportunity to develop. We use observations and photographs that we use in which we can assess against the milestones of the Early Years Foundation Stage, in which Parents have confidential access to. Here at Abberley House we are passionate about the Prime Areas which focus on a child’s self-esteem, self-confidence, social intelligence which will in turn build a child’s foundations to thrive! We encourage close parent/carer relationships and often plan meetings to discuss your child’s time at Abberley House and their development and value working together. We take pride in having loyal relations with parents and carers, working with other professions, helping and supporting families in many areas and using the help in the local area such as The Family Front Door.
  Prime Areas:   PERSONAL, SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL   PHYSICAL  COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGE Specific Areas:  UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD  EXPRESSIVE ARTS AND DESIGN  MATHEMATICS  LITERACY 
When your child starts school, they will be assessed and working towards the same 7 areas as we are, these are as follows: 
The mass of opportunity that children have inside and the outdoors support all areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage.  Children will have opportunity to learn and develop and our practitioners are skilled in identifying needs and how to support a child’s next step. We do not have a “sit down” and learn policy, we feel that children need to be happy, relaxed and engaged in their environment in which we can then embed their learnings within.                Personal, Social and Emotional (examples of EYFS)
• Interested in others’ play and starting to join in. • Seeks out others to share experiences. • Shows affection and concern for people who are special to them. • May form a special friendship with another child.
Learn how to ask for help, learn rules and boundaries, learn when  to say no, be special, express feelings and learn  responses,  develop independence, make decisions, eat well and healthily, use  climbing equipment and ride on, use  garden tools safely, be active  and interested, move with control, balance, use rope swing, build,  kick a ball, use bats, paintbrushes , pencils , scissors , glue sticks,  use play dough equipment, do baking, wash hands, use toilet or  potty, pour drinks, play games, learn what risks there are
Communication and language     ( EYFS examples)
• Listens to others one to one or in small groups, when conversation interests them. • Listens to stories with increasing attention and recall. • Joins in with repeated refrains and anticipates key events and phrases in rhymes and stories. • Focusing attention – still listen or do, but can shift own attention. • Can follow directions (if not intently focused on own choice of activity
Listen and pay attention, enjoy and share stories, ask questions,  make jokes, negotiate, understand each other, communicate, be  confident, explore, label, predict, share thoughts, feelings, ideas,  make friends, enjoy positive feedback, sing, make up stories,  explore sounds, say please and thank you, organise, plan, retell  stories, act them out, pretend, look at books, draw in sand, with  paint, with water, with flour,  with pencils, crayons, look at names,   begin to recognise. Our aims are to listen, negotiate, plan, enable, care for, guide, and enjoy your children. We wish for them all to learn, be happy and most of all HAVE FUN!! They will be ready for reading and writing, but most of all they will be enthusiastic learners with enquiring minds already full of ideas and general knowledge. We hope that they will become not just interesting but interested children also.  
Abberley House Nursery DROITWICH ROAD, CLAINES, WORCESTER. WR3 7SW Tel :  01905 455713 mob: 07946 599 662 Email: abberleychildcare@live.co.uk 
FOREST HOME GARDEN UNDER 2íS EARLY YEARS GALLERY CONTACT OPERATION TEAM GALLERY EXTRA GROUPS OUTDOOR ORCHARD  PRE-SCHOOL OUTDOOR ORCHARD PRE-SCHOOL
EARLY YEARS FOUNDATION STAGE AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Practitioners will plan focus activities to help and support a child’s next steps alongside observing and extending play within free choice that allows children to create, imagine and learn. It is essential that children are supported within the Prime Areas of the foundation stage and given opportunity to develop. We use observations and photographs that we use in which we can assess against the milestones of the Early Years Foundation Stage, in which Parents have confidential access to. Here at Abberley House we are passionate about the Prime Areas which focus on a child’s self-esteem, self-confidence, social intelligence which will in turn build a child’s foundations to thrive! We encourage close parent/carer relationships and often plan meetings to discuss your child’s time at Abberley House and their development and value working together. We take pride in having loyal relations with parents and carers, working with other professions, helping and supporting families in many areas and using the help in the local area such as The Family Front Door.
  Prime Areas:   PERSONAL, SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL   PHYSICAL  COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGE Specific Areas:  UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD  EXPRESSIVE ARTS AND DESIGN  MATHEMATICS  LITERACY 
When your child starts school, they will be assessed and working towards the same 7 areas as we are, these are as follows: 
The mass of opportunity that children have inside and the outdoors support all areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage.  Children will have opportunity to learn and develop and our practitioners are skilled in identifying needs and how to support a child’s next step. We do not have a “sit down” and learn policy, we feel that children need to be happy, relaxed and engaged in their environment in which we can then embed their learnings within.                Personal, Social and Emotional (examples of EYFS)
• Interested in others’ play and starting to join in. • Seeks out others to share experiences. • Shows affection and concern for people who are special to them. • May form a special friendship with another child.
Learn how to ask for help, learn rules and boundaries, learn when  to say no, be special, express feelings and learn  responses,  develop independence, make decisions, eat well and healthily, use  climbing equipment and ride on, use  garden tools safely, be active  and interested, move with control, balance, use rope swing, build,  kick a ball, use bats, paintbrushes , pencils , scissors , glue sticks,  use play dough equipment, do baking, wash hands, use toilet or  potty, pour drinks, play games, learn what risks there are
Communication and language     ( EYFS examples)
• Listens to others one to one or in small groups, when conversation interests them. • Listens to stories with increasing attention and recall. • Joins in with repeated refrains and anticipates key events and phrases in rhymes and stories. • Focusing attention – still listen or do, but can shift own attention. • Can follow directions (if not intently focused on own choice of activity
Listen and pay attention, enjoy and share stories, ask questions,  make jokes, negotiate, understand each other, communicate, be  confident, explore, label, predict, share thoughts, feelings, ideas,  make friends, enjoy positive feedback, sing, make up stories,  explore sounds, say please and thank you, organise, plan, retell  stories, act them out, pretend, look at books, draw in sand, with  paint, with water, with flour,  with pencils, crayons, look at names,   begin to recognise. Our aims are to listen, negotiate, plan, enable, care for, guide, and enjoy your children. We wish for them all to learn, be happy and most of all HAVE FUN!! They will be ready for reading and writing, but most of all they will be enthusiastic learners with enquiring minds already full of ideas and general knowledge. We hope that they will become not just interesting but interested children also.   
Abberley House Nursery DROITWICH ROAD, CLAINES, WORCESTER. WR3 7SW Tel :  01905 455713 mob: 07946 599 662 Email: abberleychildcare@live.co.uk 
FOREST HOME GARDEN UNDER 2íS EARLY YEARS GALLERY CONTACT OPERATION TEAM GALLERY EXTRA GROUPS OUTDOOR ORCHARD  PRE-SCHOOL OUTDOOR ORCHARD PRE-SCHOOL
Practitioners will plan focus activities to help and support a child’s next steps alongside observing and extending play within free choice that allows children to create, imagine and learn. It is essential that children are supported within the Prime Areas of the foundation stage and given opportunity to develop. We use observations and photographs that we use in which we can assess against the milestones of the Early Years Foundation Stage, in which Parents have confidential access to. Here at Abberley House we are passionate about the Prime Areas which focus on a child’s self-esteem, self-confidence, social intelligence which will in turn build a child’s foundations to thrive! We encourage close parent/carer relationships and often plan meetings to discuss your child’s time at Abberley House and their development and value working together. We take pride in having loyal relations with parents and carers, working with other professions, helping and supporting families in many areas and using the help in the local area such as The Family Front Door.
  Prime Areas:   PERSONAL, SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL   PHYSICAL  COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGE Specific Areas:  UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD  EXPRESSIVE ARTS AND DESIGN  MATHEMATICS  LITERACY 
When your child starts school, they will be assessed and working towards the same 7 areas as we are, these are as follows: 
The mass of opportunity that children have inside and the outdoors support all areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage.  Children will have opportunity to learn and develop and our practitioners are skilled in identifying needs and how to support a child’s next step. We do not have a “sit down” and learn policy, we feel that children need to be happy, relaxed and engaged in their environment in which we can then embed their learnings within.                Personal, Social and Emotional (examples of EYFS)
• Interested in others’ play and starting to join in. • Seeks out others to share experiences. • Shows affection and concern for people who are special to them. • May form a special friendship with another child.
EARLY YEARS FOUNDATION STAGE AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Learn how to ask for help, learn rules and boundaries, learn when  to say no, be special, express feelings and learn  responses,  develop independence, make decisions, eat well and healthily, use  climbing equipment and ride on, use  garden tools safely, be active  and interested, move with control, balance, use rope swing, build,  kick a ball, use bats, paintbrushes , pencils , scissors , glue sticks,  use play dough equipment, do baking, wash hands, use toilet or  potty, pour drinks, play games, learn what risks there are
Communication and language     ( EYFS examples)
• Listens to others one to one or in small groups, when conversation interests them. • Listens to stories with increasing attention and recall. • Joins in with repeated refrains and anticipates key events and phrases in rhymes and stories. • Focusing attention – still listen or do, but can shift own attention. • Can follow directions (if not intently focused on own choice of activity
Listen and pay attention, enjoy and share stories, ask questions,  make jokes, negotiate, understand each other, communicate, be  confident, explore, label, predict, share thoughts, feelings, ideas,  make friends, enjoy positive feedback, sing, make up stories,  explore sounds, say please and thank you, organise, plan, retell  stories, act them out, pretend, look at books, draw in sand, with  paint, with water, with flour,  with pencils, crayons, look at names,   begin to recognise. Our aims are to listen, negotiate, plan, enable, care for, guide, and enjoy your children. We wish for them all to learn, be happy and most of all HAVE FUN!! They will be ready for reading and writing, but most of all they will be enthusiastic learners with enquiring minds already full of ideas and general knowledge. We hope that they will become not just interesting but interested children also.  
Abberley House Nursery DROITWICH ROAD, CLAINES, WORCESTER. WR3 7SW Tel :  01905 455713 mob: 07946 599 662 Email: abberleychildcare@live.co.uk 
FOREST HOME GARDEN UNDER 2íS EARLY YEARS GALLERY CONTACT OPERATION TEAM GALLERY EXTRA GROUPS OUTDOOR ORCHARD  PRE-SCHOOL OUTDOOR ORCHARD PRE-SCHOOL