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Welcome to Nursery!

The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) statutory framework is a government document that all schools and Ofsted-registered early years providers in England must follow. It sets standards for the learning, development and care of your child from birth to 5 years old. The standards ensure your child will learn and develop well and are kept healthy and safe.

 

What Will My Child Be Learning?

The EYFS framework outlines seven areas of learning and development and educational programmes. There are three prime areas of learning, which are particularly important for your child’s development and future learning:

 

Communication and Language, Personal Social and Emotional Development and Physical Development.

 

There are four specific areas of learning, through which the prime areas are strengthened and applied:

Literacy, Maths, Understanding the world and Expressive Arts and Design.

 

Early years practitioners also use your child’s needs and interests to plan challenging and enjoyable activities and experiences. How Will My Child Be Learning? The EYFS framework identifies the essential role of play in your child’s development. It is through both child-led play and play guided by an adult that your child will develop confidence and relationships with others. Through play, EYFS practitioners will help your child to extend their vocabulary and develop their communication skills. The EYFS framework identifies three characteristics of effective teaching and learning:

 

Playing and exploring, Active learning and Creating and thinking critically.

 

A greater focus on teaching specific skills will occur as your child progresses through their reception year, which will help them to prepare for year one.

Happy Diwali!

Our Diwali decorations

We began our celebrations by making firework paintings

We made 'Happy Diwali' cards and Diva lamps

We used seeds to make Rangoli patters, made lanterns and mehndi

Halloween and Winnie the Witch fun! laugh

We used a pumpkin to strengthen our hands by tapping in golf tees

We used different shapes to make funny pumpkin faces

We dressed up, made potions and magic wands - and did Halloween yoga

Cauldron counting, role play and making writing shapes

Harvest soup 

We chopped and prepared vegetables to make soup to share with our grown-ups

We showed racism the red card!

We all wore red for 'Show racism the red card' day and drew pictures of our friends. We also listened to a story by Julia Donaldson that promotes difference and tolerance called 'The Smeds and the Smoos'.

Bedtime Stories | David Schwimmer | Smeds and the Smoos | CBeebies

For more CBeebies Bedtime Stories visit - https://bbc.in/2phW0BDFriends actor, David Schwimmer tells the tale of the Smeds and the Smoos.The Smeds and The S...

Halloween fun 🕷️

We had fun dressing up!

We used activities to help our fine motor skills and strengthen our hands

We even joined in with a spooky Halloween themed yoga 🙂

We explored colour and how different colours make us feel

Wes Reads: My Many Colored Days

Listen while Wes reads, My Many Colored Days by Dr. Seuss. The simplicity of this video helps your children feel read-to personally. Closed captioning error...

Our artwork...

Hello yellow day!

We explored colour in lots of different ways and talked about how different colours make us feel 🙂😭😜😤

Well-being week

 

PHSE links:

To communicate their feelings to others;

To recognise and begin to know how others show feelings;

To listen to other people and play and work cooperatively.

To start the new term, we have enjoyed listening to these stories...

Colour Me Happy

Here's another story for you. This one is read by Elisa. We hope you like it!

Kids Storytime - Sometimes I Feel...Sunny 💫

Reading 'Sometimes I Feel...Sunny' by Gillian Shields & Georgie BirkettFor all the kids, young and old. Reading for the first time while recording, so we all...

Funny faces - and things that make us happy! smiley

Attendance

  • Reception 93.17
  • Year 1 91.91
  • Year 2 93.80
  • Year 3 94.30
  • Year 4 93.68
  • Year 5 94.16
  • Year 6 93.49
  • Whole School:

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Contact Us

Sea View Primary, Horsley Hill Community Campus,

Norham Avenue North, South Shields, Tyne and Wear, NE34 7TD

Telephone: 01914274343

E-mail: info@seaview.s-tyneside.sch.uk

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