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Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

Our early years is made up of nursery and reception children. In September 2015 we lowered the age range to 3 years and can accept children from their third birthday.


In EYFS the children learn through play in the indoor and outdoor areas. Purposeful stimulating learning opportunities are planned weekly by Miss Stringer and Mrs Bailey.

The indoor areas of provision:

The Outdoor areas of provision:

-Role play area

Role play shed

- Creative corner

 Building Area

-Building area

Games Trolley

-Small world

Discovery Trolley

- Reading area

 Water Area

- Funky fingers table

 Sand Area

-Sand area

Mud Kitchen

-Water area



EYFS Overview

EYFS Objectives for parents

Nursery Long Term Plan

Letter to parents about EYFS

1. When can my child start nursery?
Children can start from their 3rd birthday.

2. Will the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and KS1 (year 1 and 2) children be learning in the same environment?
Since the last academic year we have enhanced facilities to enable separate rooms for EYFS and KS1. KS1 children will have a separate classroom for focussed activities.

3. Do the current staff have the relevant qualifications?
Miss Stringer is a qualified teacher, Mrs Bailey is a qualified nursery nurseand a higher level teaching assistant and Mrs Scott is also a qualified nursery nurse and learning support assistant.

4. What knowledge do the staff have of under fives?
Miss Stringer is an EYFS Lead teacher for NYCC who has experience of working with children from 4 years. Mrs Bailey has previously worked as a child minder and achieved Outstanding as an early years practitioner from Ofsted.

5. Can my child have a rest during the school day?
In the EYFS classroom we have a quiet area with sleeping mats. Children can have a sleep during lunch time if required.

6. Do you have nappy changing facilities?
We have a designated nappy changing area in the Purple Room. If your child is in nappies we will send you information about our policy.

7. How can I use my funding?




1: Free Hours

3 hours

This will not affect your funding. We are offering 3 free hours to aid transition into school.

2: Share your funding

1-15 hours

You can share your funding between ourselves and another setting.

3: Full funding

15 +

If we receive your full funding your child can attend full time with no extra charges.

4: Extra hours

Any amount

You can pay for extra hours if you are using your funding elsewhere. We charge £4.60 per hour.

8. When can my child attend nursery?



















Morning sessions are from 9.00am - 12.00pm and afternoon sessions are from 1.00pm - 3.15pm.

9. How much do lunches cost?
Children receive free school lunches from 4 years old. The cost of school lunches are £2.10 per day

10. Can my child attend before and after school care?
Nursery children can attend before and after school care. Current provision:


Breakfast Club

Afterschool Club


8.15-9.00 am



8.15-9.00 am



8.15-9.00 am

No Current Provision


8.15-9.00 am



8.15-9.00 am


Prices vary from £2 to £5.50 per session, please see the staff in the office to find out more details.



Our early years children have quickly settled into the new school year. Our role-play area inside is a pirate ship and in the outside area we have a home corner and music house. The children are enjoying dressing up as pirates, roleplaying weddings, building transformers, playing with the tractors, singing to Fireman Sam and exploring in the water tray. PE will take place on a Monday for the reception children. Nursery children will have opportunities to explore our physical activities in the outdoor provision areas; trainers or plimsolls can be brought into school for the children to change into for these activities. Please continue to complete WOW slips so we can share achievements with the class.    

Image Gallery

Funky Fingers!

What started off as crossing the wibbly wobbly troll bridge ended with team work den building and a bun party !!

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