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Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)


School Closure - Remote Learning Opportunities:


Below are a list of links to a range of different learning opportunities to use during the school closures. Explore and enjoy!


Live Streams: - Daily lessons in literacy and maths. - One live read every weekday at 10.00am. - Daily book reading. - Andy's Wild Workouts - CBeebies. - PE workouts at 9.00am every weekday by Joe Wicks. - Live streams from a variety of zoos across the country.


General: - Alphablocks videos and activities. - Games to support the children's reading skills. - Lots of levelled reading books to support the children's reading skills. - Games for all phases of phonics. - Activities and resources for all phases of phonics. - Numberblocks videos and activities. - Games to support the children to develop both their fluency and recall skills. - We use White Rose to support our planning of our maths lessons at school so this would be a good resource to use to give children consistency with their learning at school. - Literacy and maths games. - Literacy and maths games. - Literacy and maths lessons. - Children can use the school login for this to access a range of activities, videos, etc. - A range of resources for all subjects (presentations, worksheets, etc.) They are currently offering free logins to parents. - Scroll down on the home page to find Disney and Pixar themed 10 minute shake up activities. Another way to stay fit and healthy throughout the day.


Go Noodle (Fun dance videos for exercise plus videos for mindfulness and stretching, free to join):


"Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning, but for children play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood" - Fred Rogers


"Play is the highest form of research" - Albert Einstein


The EYFS is the stage of education for children from birth to the end of the Reception year. It is based on the recognition that children learn best through play and active learning. There are seven areas of learning in total, three prime areas and four specific areas. The prime areas of learning are Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Communication and Language and Physical Development. These are crucial for developing children's curiosity and enthusiasm for learning. The specific areas of learning are Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding the World and Expressive Arts and Design.


Development Matters is a document provided by Early Education that supports Early Years Practitioners in providing quality education in the early years. The EYFS team uses Development Matters as part of daily observation, assessment and planning: