In the Early Years we strive to give our children the best start possible with their education. Our curriculum is broad and ambitious and is designed to encourage independent, inquisitive, and happy learners. We deliver this in a variety of ways, through the 7 areas of learning, both through adult led and child-initiated activities. We ensure there are many opportunities for practical, hands-on activities to support children's learning and make it meaningful. We build positive relationships with our children and their families through an effective key worker system, to ensure high quality interactions are responsive and move children on with their learning. Every child is recognised as a unique individual, and we acknowledge and promote children’s interests to provide them with the opportunities to follow their imagination and creativity.
Our children will leave the Early Years as happy, confident, curious independent learners ready for the wider world.
We aim to do this by:
How we measure impact:
Baseline assessments take place when children arrive in Preschool, Nursery and Reception. The Reception Baseline is submitted onto a national database within the first 6 weeks of Reception. These baselines are used to identify gaps and for us to plan effective strategies and interventions to ensure all children make good progress.
At Camps Hill, our children will experience a wide range of opportunities including…
At Camps Hill, our curriculum will support and enable children to…