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EYFS Curriculum

Children have a natural desire to explore, communicate, create and learn. At St Clement’s we aim to offer a curriculum rich in wonder and memorable experiences, underpinned by the understanding that every child is unique. We strive to ensure that our children feel safe and confident in their independent learning. We work hard to provide a stimulating environment that provides exciting opportunities whilst promoting challenge.

‘It is our intent that all children develop physically, verbally, cognitively and emotionally whilst promoting individual strengths and independence’.

We take into consideration all children’s starting points and individual needs as they begin their learning path at St Clement’s. Every child has access to a broad, balanced and flexible curriculum, allowing us to adapt teaching to follow individual interests and put children at the heart of their own learning.

At St Clements we are clear that in order for children to learn effectively, they must be engaged and approach opportunities with curiosity, energy and enthusiasm. Effective learning must be meaningful to a child in order for them to apply what they have learned into other situations. We understand that giving children the opportunities to develop these characteristics of effective learning is key in allowing them to reach their full potential. These abilities and attitudes of strong learners will support them to learn well and make good progress in all Areas of Learning and Development.

We recognise the crucial role that early year’s education has to play in providing firm foundations upon which a child’s education is successfully based and understand our role in preparing children for their next stage of learning. We work closely with subject leaders to ensure that our curriculum prepares children to reach the Early Learning Goals and ensures that children make good progress from their starting points. We also work closely with our KS1 colleagues to ensure a seamless transition into Year 1 and the National Curriculum.

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