(EYFS) Curriculum Framework
The (EYFS) educational framework of the Early Childhood Curriculum was designed to help kids land nursery teachers to provide opportunities for children from infant age to the age of five years to maximize their potential and broaden their intellectual awareness, which is the foundation of future success and excellence, and to ensure that children have the highest quality in learning according to local and international standards. Our curriculum focuses on the importance of developing and enhancing learning environments through play across seven areas of our curriculum, the seven international learning areas. Where the curriculum is 80% free play and 20% play directed and depends on the advanced planning of programs that aim to cover these areas through (observation, monitoring, guidance, supervision, performance, and evaluation) to reach the highest levels.
The EYFS framework directs the work of all staff in the nursery through four integrated guidelines that provide a context for learning requirements within the framework and describes how teachers provide support for the development and care of children and their care.
The EYFS framework is based on four principles
Each child is a unique
Learning and Development
Areas of learning and development
"Our staffs in our nursery are important in raising the child and it have a huge positive impact. By choosing the team that have, a lot of experience with encouragement and support of the whole team have access to ongoing internal and external training to ensure they are constantly updating their knowledge of the best childcare practices."
It is important for children to discover phonemic awareness – the ability to hear and Identify different words and sounds, and to start reading and writing.Phonological awareness, Concepts of print, Letter and word recognition, Emergent writing.