2 year old provision leader: Miss Platt
Teaching assistants: Mrs Bridge and Miss Koser
If you would like to speak to a member of staff please feel free to do so when dropping your children off or picking them up at the end of the session. Alternatively please ring the school office and a member of staff will return the call.
Our Two Year Old setting times are below:
Morning session 8.50-11.50
Afternoon session 12.00-3.00
The children will be having a library session every Friday where they will enjoy stories and have a chance to go and choose a story themselves to have a look at.
The children will be having a P.E session every Tuesday. The children will be learning to move in different ways and explore how they can move their bodies along to music. The children will be taking part in games and learning to take turns and build friendships with their peers.
Online learning journeys:
Your child's progress in school is recorded on an online learning journey (Tapestry) which you can access at home. Please make sure that you have given Miss Platt your email address so she can activate your account.
Please make sure your child has a spare set of clothes in their bag at school clearly labelled with their name, for children that are toilet training please make sure your child has 1 or 2 changes of clothes in case of any accidents (trousers, top, underwear and socks/tights). Please also make sure your child has nappies and wipes in their bag each day too.
Our Early Years curriculum is carefully planned to make sure that all children thrive and achieve. There are seven areas of learning and development that must be covered in Early Years settings. Three areas are particularly crucial for building their capacity to learn. These areas, the prime areas, are
Personal, Social and emotional development; Communication and Language and Physical development, these are the three areas we focus on when planning activities and focus tasks for the children.
We aim to support each child to identify their own sense of identity and self - worth, as well as focusing on each and every child’s individual needs and interests.