Welcome to the Early Years Foundation curriculum page. Here you can find information about the curriculum being taught to your child whilst in this year group at Riverside Primary School.
We aim to ensure that each and every child develops a lifelong love for learning where everyone is encouraged to develop and reach their potential whatever his or her ability.
We have worked hard to create a curriculum that inspires, engages and excites all our children and this is celebrated with yourselves as parents through our open mornings and afternoons throughout the year.
The early years foundation stage (EYFS) sets standards for the learning, development and care of your child from birth to 5 years old.
All schools and Ofsted-registered early years providers must follow the EYFS, including childminders, preschools, nurseries and school reception classes.
If you would like any further information please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher; we are always here to support.
Areas of Learning
Your child will mostly be taught through games and play.
The areas of learning are:
Your child’s progress will already have been reviewed when they were between 2 and 3 by an early years practitioner or health visitor.
Their class teacher will assess them at the end of the school year when they turn 5; the assessment is based on classroom observation – your child won’t be tested. It uses the early learning goals, which can be found in the early years framework.
‘What to Expect When’ - A Parent's Guide
To help review your children’s progress, the Department for Education has published a guide for parents on child development during the first 5 years. Parents are able to check their children’s physical, social and language development against these milestones and learn how best to support them in their development. Please find the document below.
|Curriculum Overview, Spring Term (Dinosaurs)|
|New Parents Booklet 2018/2019|
|Foundation Stage Whole Year Plan|
|Early Years Framework|
|What to Expect When - Handbook|
|Fundamental British Values in the Early Years|