What is the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)
It is an exciting learning journey we guide the children through during their time at the Center. All early years’ professionals ensure our children are kept healthy and safe and their develops skills are ready for school and the future.
This is done under the theme of four guiding principles:
A Unique Child
Learning and Development
Under these themes there are seven areas of learning use to plan your child’s daily activities:
Speaking, listening and understanding.
Numbers, shape, space and measurements, problem-solving
Self-care, moving and handling.
How does my world works? Early science, geography, history
Personal, Social & Emotional Development
Making relationships, confidence and understanding appropriate behavior
Expressive Arts & Design
Music, art and craft, dance, storytelling, drama
Reading & writing
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The first three areas are important for children to develop initially, as these will help them to develop skills in the remaining four specific areas as they grow.
Within the EYFS, your child will learn through playing, exploring and being active and creative, both indoors and outside. When they join TCC, they will be assigned a ‘key person’ responsible for their care and learning, and you can ask them about your child’s progress at any time. You will also receive written information about their development at age 2.