EYFS British Curriculum

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The Curriculum- “British National Curriculum EYFS”

The school follows the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum which is a regulatory quality framework for the provision of learning, development and care for children between 6 months to 5 years of age,

The curriculum’s intention is to ensure that every child is considered a competent learner who, with appropriate nurturing support, can become resilient, capable and self-assured,The school has established a tradition of achieving high standards in UK within a caring and supportive environment where all children are encouraged to do their best,

The children are encouraged to love learning with a broad and balanced curriculum with opportunities to apply their learning to new situations, Many opportunities are provided for the children to develop as individuals, encouraging their independence, awareness and concern for others.

Communication and Language
  • Linguistic modelling
  • Role play
  • Group games and activities
  • Story time
  • Circle time
  • Speaking and Listening
  • Arabic lessons
  • Discussions
  • Story Sacks
  • Mark making leading to drawing/annotation/emergent writing
  • Role play
  • Singing songs and rhymes
  • Arabic lesson
  • Jolly Phonics
  • Linguistic Modelling
Understanding the world
  • Science (including cooking)
  • Gardeners Barn
  • Sand/water play
  • Healthy Lifestyle (including body awareness, fitness, self»care and diet)
  • History of self and family
  • Geography, hot/cold countries, land and oceans, own origins and appreciation of local area, culture and traditions
  • Nature and the World around us including Life Cycles
  • IT including computers, cameras and other technology
  • Counting
  • Sorting
  • Ordering
  • Matching
  • Comparing
  • Capacity/weight/volume through sand/water play, cooking and exploring
  • Shape and Space (also through Gym and Creative and Expressive Arts)
  • Numbering and number bonds
  • Table top activities
Expressive Arts & Design
  • Music and Dance
  • Drama Role Play
  • Art and Craft including exploring different texture and mediums
  • Use of and knowledge of primary and secondary colour
  • Making 2 & 3D pictures and models
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
  • Emotional Literacy including expressing and understanding feelings appropriately
  • Self Confidence
  • Independence
  • Concentration
  • Sharing and turn-taking
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Pride in Personal achievements
  • Self esteem
Physical Development
  • Fine motor skills through Montessori activities including drawing, painting, writing, table top activities, sand and water play etc.
  • Gross motor skills through Gym, dance, grass area (cars and tricycles, sand and water play etc.)
  • Agility
  • Balance
  • Co-ordination
  • Healthy attitudes to exercise
  • How our body works