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to our Wings for Two Year Olds Page.

 

WINGS

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Our learning journey starts with our two year olds. We have 16 places for our children who are entitled to 15 hours of free childcare providing children with a firm foundation for starting school by developing their independence, communicating and social skills. The learning journey for the children is planned using the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum. The learning is always led by the interest of the children.

 

This year we have covered Autumn, Winter, Spring , weather, all about us, festivals and numbers. The activities are carefully planned to excite and engage the children and develop their key skills particularly communication and language, physical development and their social skills.

 

We have a different focus at the end of our sessions everyday:-

 

 Write Dance

Tummy Time

Story Time

Number Rhymes

  Physical fun – throwing, catching and climbing

We have special listening times

We share our thoughts and ideas

We are always having fun!

 

 

The environment inside and out is stimulating and the staff are welcoming. Parents and carers love

the Wings group, they say they feel their child is making very good progress and this will stand

them in good  stead throughout the rest of their learning.

 

The focus is primarily on the characteristics of effective learning.

Playing and exploring 

Finding out and exploring

  Using what they know in their play 

Being willing to have a go

 

Active Learning

 Being involved and concentrating

 Keep on trying

 Enjoying achieving what they set out to do

 

Creating and Learning

Having their own ideas

 Using what they already know to learn new things

Choosing ways to do things and finding new ways

 

Staff in the unit provides opportunities to encourage the children to develop these characteristics.

This is achieved through the resources that are provided and adult intervention and modelling.

 

Mini woods experience

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Exploring and learning about trees and plants. 8.5.19

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2019

Learning through play

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The prime areas of learning and development that are focused on at this age are:

 

Communication and language

“ giving children opportunities to experience a rich language environment; to develop their confidence

and skills in expressing themselves”

(Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage)

Physical Development

“ providing opportunities for young children to be active and interactive and to develop their

co – ordination, control and movement”

(Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage)

Personal , social and emotional development

“ To form positive relationships... To develop social skills. To understand appropriate behaviour.”

(Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage)

 

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