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Information regarding the day to day running of the Foundation Stage Unit (FSU) can be found in the FSU Booklet 2016
Children in the Nursery (F1) and Reception Class (F2) follow the age-related standards for learning, development and care.
These are organised into seven areas: three prime and four specific.
· Personal, Social and Emotional Development
· Communication and Language
· Physical Development
· Understanding the World
· Expressive Arts and Design
Lots of you may have heard of the expression ‘School Ready’ talked about by the DfE, hence the introduction and provision of increased nursery places. This is where education providers and schools along with parents, will continue to build upon your child’s social awareness, self and health care and language skills.
The DfE refers to “school readiness” as supporting children to be ready for the opportunities available to them in Year One. Children will leave foundation stage having been assessed as either working within the emerging, expected or exceeding (embedding) band of each strand of learning. It is anticipated that the majority of children will reach the assessment point of Foundation Stage within the ‘expected band’. It is important to remember however, that children develop and learn in different ways and at different rates.